JUJUTSU

Japan 1532
Jujutsu: (柔- gentle, flexible, supple, pliable; 術 - art, technique) - “the gentle art”. Jujutsu is considered to be one of the most ancient Japanese martial arts. The main principle of Jujutsu is not to oppose the attacker directly, but to yield to an opponent’s force, only directing his actions to the necessary side until he is trapped and then to turn the attacker's force and action against himself.

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