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    Quote Originally Posted by Virus
    I've got a better idea than either aikijutsu or aikido.

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    What Virus said.
    DIDN'T YOU KNOW?! The Chinese know everything! And they knew it 4,000 years before YOU did!

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    This thread aint about Judo.

    It's about Aikijutsu.

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    All threads are really about judo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Virus
    All threads are really about judo.
    "This is my ideal budo", Kano Jigoro after watching Ueshiba demonstration of Aikijujutsu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCS
    Aikijutsu is not a martial art. Aikijutsu is a group of principles, theories or techniques utilized in several martial disciplines.
    That being said, there are only a few arts which can rightfully claim these principles and techniques.

    To the OP, do you have a specific school that is advertising "Aikijutsu" as what it is teaching? If so, do you think you could post a link or description to see whether they are in fact teaching Aikijutsu or it they are simply teaching a re-tooled Aikido derivative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fitz
    That being said, there are only a few arts which can rightfully claim these principles and techniques.

    To the OP, do you have a specific school that is advertising "Aikijutsu" as what it is teaching? If so, do you think you could post a link or description to see whether they are in fact teaching Aikijutsu or it they are simply teaching a re-tooled Aikido derivative.
    Yes, very true. Here is the school(s).


    http://www.chicagobudokai.com/gorin_no_dojo.htm

    http://www.heiwadojo.net/

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    Legit Aikijujutsu is rare, you should ask in e-budo about these people. If they are legit this is the best place to ask, if noone there knows them it would be a bad sign.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KFighter
    The history of the "Yamate-ryu" they are claiming to teach does not fill me with confidence.

    http://www.heiwadojo.net/Honshin%20a...te_article.htm

    Nor does this thread from E-budo

    http://www.e-budo.com/forum/archive/...p/t-16127.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by DCS
    "This is my ideal budo", Kano Jigoro after watching Ueshiba demonstration of Aikijujutsu.

    "LOL I just totally trolled Ueshiba" He said afterwards.
    Fixed for historical accuracy.

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    Can I ask why you feel drawn to aikijutsu?

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