That looks like a sleeveless version of a judo hip throw called sode tsurikomi goshi
usually done with a sleeve grip (sode is sleeve).
The animation is from the list of techniques on judoinfo.com
It is very common in competition judo. This is a compilation of former World and Olympic champion Toshihiko Koga
. There are about 5 dynamic sode tsurikomi goshi throws in a row from 2.45. He used to do the throw as a complement to seoi nage so his execution for both is similar.
It is a common aikido koshi nage too although it might not look exactly like that.