Country of origin Japan
Descendant arts Aiki-jūjutsu, Judo
Focus Throws

Jujutsu (not to be mistaken for Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu) is a Japanese martial art, well-known for its use of grappling techniques, such as throws, joint locks, pins, and chokes, with some schools also teaching strikes. Traditionally, weapon techniques were not taught, as Jujutsu was meant to used by a Samurai that had lost their weapon(s).

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