|Ray Yates Spectator 1 posts||
Hi all :),
I am looking for a Japanese Jiu Jitsu dojo in Japan.
I would be very grateful if you can recommend a dojo that you have tried.
Despite my best efforts and hours of research online, I've been unable to find a dojo in Japan, would this indicate that JJJ is not practised there ? if so would
Aikido be a good alternative?
if so I would be very grateful for a dojo recommendation.
|Rickson Gracie Newbie 36 posts||
For goodness sake, it is Japan!!!! Here what to do:
1) Walk into dojo - any dojo
Thats it! you are now in a Japanese dojo! Next I teach you how to tie shoelaces!!!!!
BTW, Brazillian JuJitsu much better. JJJ for sissies.
*1995 Vale Tudo champion*
*General all round Badass*
|sickboy Spectator 4 posts||
Jujitsu is a catch all term for a type of unarmed combat. In Japan it would be unusual for it to be advertised as jujitsu unless its a BJJ class. Akido, Judo and most other martial arts in Japan have roots in a Jujitsu style or school.