Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu

Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu is an ancient Japanese martial art founded by Minamoto no Yoshimitsu Shinra-Saburo. It has been handed down in Takeda families, and it was firstly disclosed to the public by Sokaku Takeda in Meiji period. The main lineage was inherited by Tokimune Takeda, a son of Sokaku, and further inherited by Katsuyuki Kondo, who was the only individual to have received the "Menkyo Kaiden" from Tokimune Takeda.

Technic of Daito-ryu

Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu is noted, as the name suggests, for emphasizing the principles of "Aiki". From ancient times the admonishment to "attack where the opponent has been unbalanced" has been a fundamental axiom of Oriental martial arts. In Daito-ryu, the principle of "how to unbalance the opponent" is referred to as "Aiki", and there are many oral transmissions and secret teachings pertaining to the various aspects of "Aiki".

Enriching Life with Budo

Daito-ryu Aikijujutsu is not just a martial arts but a Japanese traditional "Budo". As a "Budo", we aim to improve our skills, minds and enrich our lives through continuous training.
You can practice at your own pace regardless of age, gender, or whether you have martial arts experience.
It's an opportunity for children and young people to learn good manners, focus, and form a matured person.