Ju-Jitsu is sometimes called ‘the mother art’ because several other arts have their beginnings in Ju-Jitsu.
Ju-Jitsu has formed the basis of many fighting techniques and arts.
JUDO (gentle way) is one such which was devised by Jigoro Kano who studied both the Tenjin Shinyo-ryu and Kito-ryu styles of classical jujutsu
Kanoremoved All harmful and dangerous techniques.
the strikes and kicks and the fatal nerve, pressure point and strangulation techniques to form a SPORTING ART using throws and hold-downs to score points against an opponent.
AIKIDO (the way of harmony), a martial way founded by Morihei Ueshiba, Morihei Ueshiba (1883-1969) now known to us as O-Sensei or great teacher. O-Sensei mastered Daito-ryu Aiki Jutsu also specialising in three other schools: the sword style known as Yagyu Shinkage Ryu, the staff style known as Hozoin Ryu, and Tenjin Shinyo jujutsu
en route to establishing Aikido. He wanted to develop an art which was noncompetitive and less destructive than his previous training. Thus, Aikido emphasizes neither street fighting nor competitive tournaments, but neutralization rather than defeat of an attacker.who was himself a Ju-Jitsu teacher. This way puts emphasis on joint locking and wrist throws to beat an opponent.
WADO RYU Karate. Founded by Hironori Ohtsuka. WADO RYU Karate still uses some of the Ju-Jitsu joint locks and take downs in its syllabus.
To the untrained observer, Wadō-ryū might look similar to other styles of karate, such as Shōtōkan. Most of the underlying principles, however, were derived from Shindō Yōshin-ryū an atemi waza focused style of JuJitsu.
KEMPO can be traced back to China and Japan around the year 1615. The family art of Professor James Mitose has transformed Kempo Ju jitsu in modern times.
Mitose started teaching after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, he called his art as simply Kenpo-jujitsu (Nerve Strike method).By the time of Mitose’s death, Kenpo had been widely spread throughout the and western world.
The rapid hand techniques that have derived from the system has made it the a style that is favourable for modern day combat. Covering Stick and knife in defensive and offensive.
Today Ju-Jitsu is taught as a dynamic self defence art adapted to modern living. The world of self defence and street fighting is changing and you need to be prepared for anything that comes your way.