This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Learn more



Jujutsu techniques part 1

Sasuga Dojo /

Start training with us or keep yourself posted on future seminars in Helsinki.
Ponte en contacto e informate sobre cursos y seminarios
Aloita harjoittelu tai osallistu tuleviin seminaareihin sähköpostitse

This video shows some techniques of the versatile and effective Daitoryu aikijujutsu.

Sasuga is a martial arts club, which operates in Helsinki, Finland. We practice mainly a Japanese martial art called Daitoryu aikijujutsu. For more information go to


Our Hokutoryu JuJutsu School's New Demo. Hokutoryu JuJutsu Koulumme Uusi Demo.

filming&editing Arman Alizad

Brazilian Jiu-jitsu or Japanese Jujutsu ?

Should you do Brazilian Jiu-jitsu or Japanese Jiu-jitsu?

That's the BJJ related question I was asked recently by Martin who's interested in the two for self defense training.

But what I think should really be asked is what makes a martial art effective and what makes a martial art ineffective?

A lot of people think it’s the techniques that separate one martial art from another.

Which is partly true. Striking techniques, Grappling techniques and chi based techniques are all very different.

But the most important part of effectiveness when it comes to a martial art is the training methodology.

More specifically, live training. Using the techniques against fully resisting opponents.

This is one of the characteristics of Judo, Brazilian Jiujitsu, Muay Thai, Boxing, etc that make them so effective.

In most cases, from what I’ve seen, Japanese Jujutsu is practiced in a more controlled manner with little to no live sparring.

This is just simply not an effective way to properly learn how to use a technique in a self-defense situation. Because a fight outside the gym isn’t controlled or choreographed. It’s intense, scary, exhausting and chaotic.

And while live training may not exactly mimic a fight on the street exactly. It will expose you to the stimulus of a fight situation and allow you the mechanism by which to deal with the unpredictability of a fight outside the gym.

Think of it this way. Anyone can hit a heavy bag. But the minute they start actually boxing against a person who is hitting back. Everything changes and many times people look very sloppy until they get familiar with the feeling of the stress that is presented by their opponent.

Even think about lifting. You might be able to lift the bar on a bench press. But then if we put on 315lbs. Your form might slack and you may not be able to lift it. To get to the point where we can move it. We expose ourselves to gradually increasing forms of resistance.

So no matter what martial art you decide to focus on, whether its Japanese Jujutsu or Brazilian Jiujitsu. Training live is a necessity to making the techniques usable in a real situation.

I hope this video was helpful to you!


Free Ebook:

Grip Fighting Videos:

T shirts:

Intro/Outtro Music :

If you’d ever like to train with the team and I. Check out my gym Derby City MMA in Louisville,KY.

Shibukawa-ichi-ryu Jujutsu

Shibukawa-ichi-ryu Jujutsu (Jujitsu) demonstrations.
We are sorry for bad camera angle.
This movie shot and edited by 4K.

What is Jujutsu? by Empty Mind Films

John Gage, 8th dan Jujutsu, talks about the differences between Jujutsu and Judo at the Embassy Judo Club in Tokyo. This scene is from our Warriors of Budo series, Episode Four: Judo. For more information go to



Japanese Jujutsu vs Brazilian Jiu Jitsu(NAGA Championships)

I am Japanese Jujutsuka with incorporated Judo newaza. I went in with 4 months of training against more experienced Brazilian Jiu Jitsu practitioners. I came in 2nd place. The last match is not in this film. But I lost stamina due to my ill preparation with no sleep and driving 4 hours and going straight into competition that morning. I lost the last match due to the point system of BJJ since the fight went to decision. I had a last second sankaku jime(triangle choke) that I did not have time to complete.
Hopefully I can take home the gold if I decide to do competition again. It was very fun and full of tough opponents. Much tougher than I expected.

MUSIC: Authentic Sky - Tekken 4
Didgerhythm - Tekken 4

Ju-Jutsu - Südbayerische Meisterschaft 2014

Highlights von der Südbayerischen Meisterschaft 2014 in Hutthurm.

Daito-ryu Aiki-jujutsu - Kondo Katsuyuki - 38th Kobudo Embutakai at the Nippon Budokan

Daito-ryu Aiki-jujutsu demonstration of Kondo Katsuyuki at the - 38th Nippon Kobudo Embutakai at the Nippon Budokan.

--- CREDITS ---
Written and directed by Guillaume Erard

Music by Guillaume Erard (available on iTunes

Subscribe here:

Hokutoryu jujutsu demo

Hokutoryu ju-jutsu demonstration videa. What is Hokutoryu Ju-Jutsu. 2009

Japanese Jujutsu Technique: Thumb Crush

Thumb Lock from Hand Shake

Japanese Jujutsu Technique: Ude Garami

Ude Garami is also known as a key lock or hammer lock. Done from a hook punch.

Jujutsu techniques part 3

Sasuga Dojo /

Start training with us or keep yourself posted on future seminars in Helsinki.
Ponte en contacto e informate sobre cursos y seminarios
Aloita harjoittelu tai osallistu tuleviin seminaareihin sähköpostitse

This video shows some techniques of the versatile and effective Daitoryu aikijujutsu.

Sasuga is a martial arts club, which operates in Helsinki, Finland. We practice mainly a Japanese martial art called Daitoryu aikijujutsu. For more information go to

Yoshitsune, Dojo, JuJutsu, JuJitsu, Michael DePasquale, Jr

Yoshitsune, Dojo, JuJutsu, JuJitsu, Michael DePasquale, Jr

Tai Sabaki - Head Body Movement - Fudoshinryu Aiki Jujutsu

Tai Sabaki - Whole Body Movement
Ron den Boer Shihan demonstrates how to use head and body movement to dodge attacks and applying selfdefense techniques.

Fudoshin Ryu (Path of the indomitable spirit) is a martial art created from old traditional Japanese styles, all based on the code and etiquette of the Samurai (Bushido).
English Website:

Please Subscribe and Support our video's:

Yoshida Brothers - 'Storm' van 吉田兄弟 ()

Abel Vegas - Japanese Costumes (ETHNIC) by Abel Vegas

Fudoshin ryu is a traditional martial art with roots from predominantly old Japanese jujutsu styles. The main influences come from Saigo ryu aiki jujutsu, Yoshin ryu jujutsu, Tenjin Shinyo ryu jujutsu and Ishiguro jujutsu. Also Ju-no kempo (the predecessor to sports karate) has an important role within Fudoshin ryu. The style uses the opponent’s force by constantly off balancing the person. By soft non-tense blocks and direct counters with for instance punches, kicks, throws, joint locks, the style gets an explosive character.



Ogawa Ryu - Jujutsu Katame no Giko - Makimono Study

Katame no Giko - Jujutsu
Makimono Study

Old School Judo(Jujutsu) Self-Defense

A small demonstration of techniques I filmed with my friend.
Self-Defense for Gentlemen. Old skool Ju-jutsu.
Based on Judo, Goshin-jutsu, Taiho-jutsu & Gracie Jiu-jitsu.
Inspired by Bartitsu.
...for fun!

Connect with us at:

Original Video:

Tenjin Shinyo Ryu Jujutsu - 41st All Japan Kobudo Demonstration (2018)


School: Tenjin Shinyo Ryu Jujutsu
Event: 41st All Japan Kobudo Demonstration
Date: 04/02/2018
Venue: Nippon Budokan
Representative: Kubota Nobuhiro

Tenjin Shinyo-ryū was founded in the 1830s by Iso Mataemon Ryūkansai Minamoto no Masatari, a retainer of the Kishū clan born in Matsusaka. It comes from two main older schools, Yōshin Ryū and Shin-no-Shintō Ryū. Because unlike other older schools of Jūjutsu, it was not developed during the period of great military unrest, the Sengoku era, its techniques don’t take into account the heavy and cumbersome armor you were supposed to wear at the time. Consequently, the style is more flowing, there are some quick strikes aiming for vital points that were previously protected by armors on the battlefield, and also movements designed to knock the opponent off balance.
That school is particularly known as one of the styles practiced by Kanō Jigorō, the founder of the Kodōkan, and is considered a direct inspiration for modern Jūdō.

--- CREDITS ---
Footage by Seido Co., Ltd.:

--- MUSIC ---
Heroic Age Kevin MacLeod ( CC 3.0

How To Choose your Black Belt [Aikido/Jujutsu] - Seido Product Introduction W/Subtitles


This is the second video of our product presentation series that we aim to be as educational as possible, so you can compare and choose your equipment more easily.

For this second one, we are guiding you through how to choose your black belt !
Our advice is Aikido oriented but applies to any martial art with rolling and falling ukemi techniques and/or in which a Hakama is worn.

Soft Black Belt:
Slim Black Belt:
Slim Reinforced Black Belt:
Shushu(Shushi) Black Belt:
Silk Black Belt:

Blog Article) How to Choose your Aikido Belt:
Blog Article) Embroideries (and translations) on Martial Arts Equipment:
Video) Japanese Embroidery on Martial Art Equipment:

To avoid large color variations on the viewer screen, we have voluntarily calibrated the image colors on very different screens, with exaggerated settings so colors vary from pastel to vivid tones.
Despite our efforts to accommodate as much screen settings as possible, true colors may vary from what is shown on the video.

--- CREDITS ---
Footage by Seido Co., Ltd.:
Videographer: Nicolas Nothumb

Music: Rynos Theme and Angle Share by Kevin MacLeod ( © Creativecommons 4.0

karate vs flying jujutsu anime fight part1

watch this show and this is part 2

plz rate comment
and check out my hot anime videos
thanks for watching



Check Also