can you explain the martial art ti-jitsu?

ok so im just wondering because ive been very interested in it for a long time and im wondering do people still train in that art? what is it all about?

3 Answers

  • Taijutsu, like Muay Boran and Kickboxing, is only a name to identify the martial arts under it.

    For instance, Taijutsu is a term to describe the unarmed systems like Karate, Jujitsu and Judo.

    Ninjutsu Taijutsu incorporates ALOT of grappling and not many strikes.

    The system is still trained in both commercially in Bujinkan and Jienkan but also privately in families and Japan only.

    The Bujinkan Style of Taijutsu is very brutal, very mean and pretty damn effective for a real fight. I suggest it for people asking what Self Defense to take.

  • Jiu Jitsu is different from Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, BTW. It's fine grappling art IF you have a good teacher. Find out who that teacher's teacher was and see if you can check it out. There are starting to be quite a few BJJ McDojos out there. Is it the best? No. Every martial art has some holes in it. BJJ's hole is multiple attackers and stand up fighting. You don't necessarily want to go to the ground if you're jumped in an alley with broken glass everywhere. Check it out and if it's seems legit, try it for a couple of months to see if you like it. Good luck.

  • taijitsu is actually an umbrella term for any japanese martial art.. such as wushu is an umbrella term for chinese martial arts..

    some martial arts do put taijitsu in their name but it simply denotes the fact that the style mainly focuses on empty hand combat.. also in ninja/ninjitsu/bujinkan it is a skill one must learn in that style.

    it is merely like kung fu or karate.. in that it is a category of martial arts and there are many styles that define it.. you don't just practice karate, you practice kyokushin or shorin-ryu- you know what I mean?

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