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Class Schedule

Junior Judo: ages 6 - 13                         Adult Classes: 13 +

Wednesday       17:00 - 18:00                   Wednesday       18:00 - 19:30 

Saturday            09:00 - 10:00                   Saturday            10:00 - 11:00

Nihon Jujutsu (self-defense): Men & Women 13 +

Saturday            11:00 - 12:00

大使館道場  初心者〜有段者まで御気楽に連絡を待ちしております。


初年柔道部 (6歳 ~ 13歳)                一般部柔道と護身術 (13歳 ~)

水曜日                                           水曜日

17:00 ~ 18:00(柔道)                 18:00 ~ 19:30(柔道)

土曜日                                           土曜日

09:00 ~ 10:00(柔道)                 10:00 ~ 11:00(柔道)

                                                     11:00 ~ 12:00(護身術)

精力善用自他共栄(せいりょくぜんようじたきょうえい) - 心身の持てる最大限の力を善い方向に用いることが、自分も相手も共に高めあうことに通じる。

Founded in 1957, the Embassy Judo Club is dedicated to providing a family oriented environment where members of the international community in Tokyo can discover unique aspects of Japanese culture, enjoy staying fit, and learn practical self-defense skills.

Judo is both a martial art and an Olympic sport that focuses on throwing and grappling techniques. Practice comprises both kata (pre-arranged forms) and randori (sparring). The freedom of randori allows for great flexibility of movement when applying a full range of techniques that include throwing, pins, joint locks, and chokes. There is no better martial art for developing overall strength and balance.

Nihon Jujutsu is a modern Japanese martial art that focuses on practical, efficient techniques as originally found in both ancient and contemporary martial arts. Its principles and techniques derive from Japanese unarmed combat and self-defense methods from pre-1945 judo and aikibujutsu, as well as taihojutsu (Japanese police immobilization and arresting methods).  

Jujutsu - the Mother of Traditional Japanese Martial Arts, comprises a range of ancients styles which collectively formed the basis of judo, aikido, hapkido, Brazilian jujitsu, and other popular contemporary martial arts.

Japanese jujutsu is considered the mother of traditional Japanese martial arts, and employs many of the same principles as aikido. Like the striking arts karate and kung-fu, jujutsu teaches the effective use of striking methods, as well as the use of vital points as targets in self-defense. Jujutsu also incorporates weapons practice; the tanbo (short baton), and jo, (medium length staff), as well as defense against such weapons as a knife, and pistol. Nihon Jujutsu also contains techniques found in a variety of martial arts such as aikido, bagua, hsingi, iaido, jujitsu, judo, kali, karate, kendo, kickboxing, kung-fu, san chuan dao, taekwondo, and tai chi. 

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