Attacking multiple times from the same side
The predecessor of Tsuzukiwaza 8 was Taigi 3. It was the first Taigi to break up the scheme of an attack first on one side and then the same attack on the other side. Here Uke attacks first three times with his right hand and then three times with his left hand. After that, the attacks are carried out in the usual pattern, i.e. alternating from the left and the right.