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Japanese Martial Arts

Aikido is a Japanese martial art that was formed by Morihei Ueshiba. (1883 - 1969). Even though Aikido formed by Morihei in Japan, it was meant to be a gift for humanity. Morihei Ueshiba known by his title 'O Sensei' or 'Great Teacher. He put emphasis on the moral and spiritual aspects of aikido. Aikido known as The Art of Peace " may be translated as The Way of Harmony of the Spirit. Aikido is a Japanese martial art that utilizes throws and joint locks that are derived from Jujitsu and some throws and other techniques derived from Kenjutsu.

Iaido translates to the art of mental presence, it is a Japanese martial art that was promoted by Hayashizaki Jinsuke around 16th century, it is associated with smooth actions of drawing a samurai sword from its cover (called saya), striking the opponent, removing the blood from the blade with a quick move and then returning the sword in its (or saya).

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Judo was created by Dr Jigoro Kano in 1882. It is a modern. Japanese wrestling martial art. Practitioners of judo ar e called judoka. judo is one of the four major forms of amateur competitive wrestling sports, other three being Greco-Roman wrestling, Freestyle wrestling and Sambo wrestling

Jujutsu is a Japanese martial art that utilities variety of different techniques against an opponent. jujutsu is designed for "unarmed" close combat systems to fight an opponent who is unarmed.

Basic methods of assault include hitting or striking, or punching, kicking, throwing, choking, and joint locking. Advance methods of defense, including deflecting, or blocking strikes, thrusts, and kicks, receiving throws or joint-locking techniques. Jujutsu systems often put more emphasis on throwing, halting, and pinning, joint-locking, and choking techniques

Karate is a Japanese martial art that invented in Okinawa (Ryukyuan). Karate is one of the most famous forms of martial arts. the word karate is commonly used instead of self-defense and martial arts. The word "karate" comes from kara meaning empty, and te meaning hand,(way of empty hand). Karate Is inspired and shaped by several other martial arts and cultures. The present day, karate is categorized as a hard style

Kendo is the martial art of Japanese fencing. "Ken" meaning sword and "Do" meaning way or path, which interprets to "The way of the sword". Kendo, the Way of the Sword is the art of Japanese Samurai Swordsmanship. It is rooted in the traditions of Budo (Martial Way.) Kendo cannot be tracked to an individual who created or specific beginning date. The start of modern Kendo starts with the samurai and expands over centuries.

The Japanese martial art of Kenpo, (also spelled Kempo) . It is believed, by many, as the first dynamic martial art, having its original roots stretching back to 520 AD, during the Chou Dynasty. Bodhidharma who was a prince and warrior born in Southern India is the person who was one of the first noted catalyst of Kenpo, by Chinese history records According to the records of the Lo-Yang temple, Bodhidharma was a Buddhist monk under the tutelage of Prajnatara and it is presumed that upon his death bed that Prajnatara requested Bodhidharma to travel to China, where he felt that the principles of Buddhism were in decline and that the knowledge of Dhyana (Zen Koans) should be known.