Nippon Jujitsu Kai - U.S.A. offers Japanese Jujitsu training and Certification. Our approach to Jujitsu training is traditional, and we adhere to the traditions and protocol of the art of Japan.
The Nippon Jujitsu system encompasses traditional techniques, which emphisize "Aiki" principles, including Ukemi Waza, Atemi Waza, Te Waza, Geri Waza, Tsuki Waza, Uke Waza, Kansetsu Waza, Katame Waza, Kyusho Waza, Nage Waza, Jime Waza and Goshin Waza.
Nippon Jujitsu Kai - U.S.A. (Japanese Jujitsu Association) is proud to offer serious minded practitioners the opportunity to study traditional Jujitsu and earn valid and recognized ranking in the art. To qualify as a student of the Nippon Jujitsu Kai U.S.A. one must be accepted as a member of the Kai and be willing to follow all rules, regulations and determinations of Nippon Jujitsu Kai U.S.A. and the recognized and empowered Board of Directors.
Nippon Jujitsu Kai U.S.A. will only grant valid Instructor Certification to those students/members who have successfully aquired the rank of Shodan(1st Degree Black Belt) or higher. Please note that any one claiming to be a Certified Nippon Jujitsu Kai Instructor who does not posses Instructor Certification issued by Nippon Jujitsu Kai is not an authorized Nippon Jujitsu Kai Instructor. The only Nippon Jujitsu Kai Instructors who are authorized and empowered to award rank in the system are the recognized and registered by the Board of Directors. All Black Belt Certifications bear a control number issued by the Association and are issued by the Nippon Jujitsu Kai USA and are recognized by Kokusai Aikijitsu Kai Renmei - Tokyo, Japan.