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    "Textbook of Ju-jutsu" (1905) re-animated

    YouTube - "Textbook of Ju-jutsu" (1905) re-animated

    Nice "re-animation" of very early judo/jujitsu film footage taken from Sadakazu Uyenishi's "Textbook of Jujitsu", published in England in 1905.

    Uyenishi was one of the young Japanese instructors at E.W. Barton-Wright's Bartitsu Club. He later set up his own dojo in London.

    The techniques shown in this re-animated footage probably show the influence of Uyenishi's co-instructor Akitaro Ono, who was a judo 4th dan.

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    Originally posted by DdlR View Post
    YouTube - "Textbook of Ju-jutsu" (1905) re-animated

    Nice "re-animation" of very early judo/jujitsu film footage taken from Sadakazu Uyenishi's "Textbook of Jujitsu", published in England in 1905.

    Uyenishi was one of the young Japanese instructors at E.W. Barton-Wright's Bartitsu Club. He later set up his own dojo in London.

    The techniques shown in this re-animated footage probably show the influence of Uyenishi's co-instructor Akitaro Ono, who was a judo 4th dan.
    That was great!:headbang: I love the video you find.

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      Nice. I appreciated both the different Japanese terminology and the different translations (o-kuri-ashi was interesting!)

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