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Judo is a very interesting and complex modern sport based around the principles and rules of Jujitsu I am interested in Judo because I used to be in Karate and Martial Arts I am curious about the ancient Japanese forms of Martial Arts and how they affected the Japanese culture I did not have much prior knowledge before this project except but I did know some extremely basic moves such as punches and kicks Also I know some about the honor and rituals that go into the sport from Karate Kid My research question was How did Judo affect Japanese culture Judo is a well-known sport all around the world that has its basis in Jujitsu Judo originally came from the old art form known as Jujitsu It is a popular sport today not only in Japan but all over the United States and the world The Japan of Today Pg 23 Judo has been an Olympic Game since the 1964 Tokyo Games The Japan of Today Pg 23 Judo has been known by many different names such as Yawara Taijutsu Wajutsu Torite Kogusoku Kempo Hakuda Hamiuchi Shubaku Koshinomawari and most popularly Jujitsu Judo Information Site internet I think that more people should take up Judo I would if I had the time and I would suggest it to anybody with extra time Judo is taught in many school all different just a little from each other Judo is thought to have been created from the same tournament as sumo wrestling andother types of competition Jujitsu originated from ancient Japan and is the base around most if not all other form of Martial Arts Complete Reference Library CD Historians believe that in 230 BC there was a Chikara-Kurabe tournament the contest of strength Judo Information Site internet Many historians believe that this is the beginning of both Sumo Wrestling and Jujitsu Judo Information Site internet The fact that Jujitsu and Sumo wrestling originated from the
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