Went to North Shore Aikikai's Wednesday night's class. Did a bunch of jo disarming stuff, That was interesting. The last thing of the night though was really cool. It was a kaitenage. Uke does a yokomen strike. Nage enters in. While entering... instead of a normal atemi you might do, you grab the neck/shoulder area of the attacking side. So, if uke strikes in his right arm, you step in, deal with the strike with your left hand. At the same time your right hand goes to uke's right neck/shoulder area. From here you can step across in front if him bring his attacking arm up in a kaitenage like motion and throw.
I really liked the technique a lot. There is a bit of fun you can have trying to get uke off balance right after the strike. You can lead them forward just a bit. As they fall forward into the hole you create you can do the kaitenage.
This looks similar but I specifically remember the hand going on the opposite shoulder.
I could have played with this one for a while.