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History
The use of the term dates back to jutaijutsu historical documents (Kukami Monjo, 九 鬼 文書) of an influential classical school of martial arts, the Kukishin-ryu (九 鬼神 流) nobles of Ayabe, or more likely their recompilation by an master of this style, Takamatsu Chosui, in the first half of the twentieth century. In fact, the term has spread mainly through the work of students or members of the circle of Takamatsu. Among these, the best known are Hatsumi Yoshiaki, his direct student, Tsunehisa Tanemura and Manaka Fumio who founded respectively styles: Bujinkan, Genbukan and Jinenkan centered around gender practices ninjutsu which Takamatsu Chosui had declared heir.
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Style
Jutaijutsu (柔 体 術, 柔 體 術, 柔 軆 術) is a Japanese term that in martial arts schools that are based in Takamatsu Chosui indicates the art of the struggle as a whole (as an alternative to the more common term jujutsu) or his specialty focused on the techniques of neutralization, disarticulation, projection.
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Videography

Manaka Unsui's Jinenkan Shinden Fudo Ryu Jutaijutsu

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Neji Gekken Ryu, Jutaijutsu, Falcaro Sensei

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Jutaijutsu UKEMI WAZA

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Jutaijutsu ATEMI KANSETSU

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Jutaijutsu BOKKEN

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Reverse Throw Takagi Yoshin Ryu Jutaijutsu at The Dojo

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