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100+ Japanese Martial arts to learn self defense

Japanese Martial arts history and Original:

Japanese Martial arts is the English term of three Japanese terms are "budō" a modern term which means "martial way" and term "bujutsu" which meaning is "science, art, or craft of war, and the term "bugei" and meaning "martial art."
Ancient Japanese Martial artists Practice thse arts which have physical, spiritual, and moral dimensions with a focus of self-improvement, fulfillment, or personal growth until martial arts became a way of life for those Japaese people.

Mixed Martial arts and later Chinese Martial arts are related with the Original of Martial arts born and developed in Japan which is concedered as The Evolution of Combat techniques.

Complete list of styles or schools in Japanese Martial arts
Aikido (合気道/合氣道)
Ashihara kaikan (芦原会館)
Bajutsu
Bōjutsu (棒術)
Battojutsu (抜刀術)
Bujinkan (武神館)
Daito-ryū aiki-jujutsu (大東流合気柔術)
Enshin kaikan (円心会館)
Gensei-ryū (玄制流)
Goju Ryu
Hakkō-ryū (八光流)
Iaido(居合道、居合術 Iaijutsu)
Jōdō (杖道)
Jūkendō (銃剣道?)
Japanese kickboxing
Jigen-ryū (示現流)
Judo (柔道)
Jujutsu (柔術、Jiujitsu, Jujitsu)
Juttejutsu (十手術?)
Kendo (剣道)
Kenjutsu (剣術)
Kenpo (拳法)
Kosho Shorei Ryu Kempo
Kyūdō (弓道)
Karate
Kyokushin kaikan (極真会館)
Naginatajutsu
Ninjutsu
Nippon Kempo
Pancrase
Puroresu
Seidokaikan (正道会館)
Seishinkai (聖心会)
Shinkendo (真剣道)
Shoot Boxing
Shooto
Shootfighting
Shoot wrestling
Shorinji Kempo (少林寺拳法)
Shōtōkai (松濤會)
Shōtōkan-ryū (松濤館流)
Shūdōkan (修道館)
Shūkōkai (修交会)
Shindō jinen-ryū (神道自然流)
Shitō-ryū (糸東流)
Shuri-ryū (首里流)
Sumo
Shurikenjutsu
Taido
Taijutsu
Takeda Ryu Nakamura Ha
Tenjin Shin'yō-ryū (天神真楊流?)
Togakure-ryu
Toyama-ryū
Wado-ryū (和道流)
Yoseikan Budo
Yoseikan-ryū (養正館流)

Important Schools of Japanese Martial arts which widely distributed over the World:
Japanese Sumo school :the first sumo match in 23 BC, To win a match, competitors employ throwing and grappling techniques to force the other man to the ground;the first competitor touch the ground loses the Match.

Koryū school of Japanese Martial arts:
Another form of Martial arts Originated in Japan is the Japanese Martial arts dubbed Koryū, this is a japanese word which means old style, old manners, old school or kobudō which means ancient martial ways or classical martial ways; The term is contrasted with shinbudo or Gendai budō, or "modern military arts", a term used for schools developed after the Meiji Restoration.
Examples of skills taught in koryū or kobudō are Bojutsu, Jujutsu, Juttejutsu, Kendo, Kenjutsu, Naginatajutsu, Sojutsu and Tantojutsu.

Ryū is a sufix meaning style, type, form, manner, system, school; here as ryūha ,a school, a school of thought) is a Japanese kanji referring to a school in any discipline.

Jujutsu, the Strong Japanese Martial art: the term meaning is "art of pliancy" it means the art of using indirect force, such as joint locks or throwing techniques, to defeat an opponent, as opposed to direct force such as a punch or a kick. The Weakest one Lose.

Katana Martial art or Swordsmanship art is the Fight techniques based on the use of Sword in combat.

Ninjutsu school of Japanese Martial arts:
Was developed by the Ninjutsu groups of people, mostly from the province of Iga and Coca, Shiga, Japan, who became noted for their skills and scouts, and murderers spies. Can train these shinobi (ninja) involve disguise, escape or hide, archery, medicine, explosives, and poisons. mostly developed in the 14th century during the Warring States period in feudal Japan, and different schools (Ryu) is considering unique versions of the art.

Japanese Judo arts
Judo was created by a brilliant martial artist Kanō Jigorō, 1860–1938, Judo became an Olympic sport in 1964

The Martial art Aikido
Is a modern grappling-based Japanese martial art developed by Ueshiba Morihei, 1883 – 1969,  The art consists of "striking", "throwing" and "joint locking" techniques and is known for its fluidity and blending with an attacker, rather than meeting "force with force".

Karate Martial arts :
The japanese term karatedō is the translation of Karate which means "empty hand". However, the word "karate" written with homophonic ideograms means "China hand", rather than "empty hand". It is also sometimes called "the way of the empty hand" .. more about Karate Martial arts and Schools beside the meaning of Ranking systems (Dan), please explore my Blog.


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