BUJUTSU

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Bujutsu translated is "The Art of the Warrior". This Japanese martial art was developed by the courageous Samurai warriors over 800 years ago. These Japanese warriors were trained in both unarmed fight and the use of traditional Japanese weapons.

Bujutsu techniques include but are not limited to empty hand fighting using all forms of striking, punching, kicking, knee strikes, elbow strikes, choke holds, joint locks, throws, pressure points and ground fighting. This complete combination of different styles makes Bujutsu the one of the most efficient ways of self-defense.

Bujutsu mastery also requires the use of traditional Japanese weapons. Modern day training defending oneself against knives, guns and other potential arms are thoroughly trained as well.