Go to content

Military Shotokan - only for Law enfrocement

Karate Styles
Japan Self-Defence Armed Forces (JDF) Military Shotokan
Jieitaikakutōjutsu (自衛隊格闘術 or じえいたいかくとうじゅつ,
eng. Self-Defense Forces martial arts) is a military self-defence and fighting system developed for the JSDF personnel.
The system primarily consists of hand-to-hand combat, bayonet fighting, and knife fighting principles.
da wikipedia
It is chiefly used by the Ground Self-Defense Force, but also the
  • Maritime Self-Defense Forces and the Air Self-Defense Forces have units that are incorporated Jieitaikakutōjutsu in their combat training.
    In 2008, the Ground Self-Defense Force has been introduced to a new/revised form of Jieitaikakutōjutsu to its combat units.

    Contents
    • 1 Self-Defense Forces martial arts before 2007
      • 1.1 Hand-to-hand combat (Toshu kakutō)
      • 1.2 Bayonet fighting (Jūken kakutō)
      • 1.3 Knife fighting (tanken kakutō)
    • 2 Current Self-Defense Forces martial arts (the new / modern combatives)
    • 3 Techniques of modern Jieitaikakutōjutsu
      • 3.1 Basics
      • 3.2 Self-Defense Forces Fighting Weapon Methods
    • 4 See also
    • 5 External links
    • 6 Notes
    • 7 References
    Self-Defense Forces martial arts before 2007
    The fighting manual established in 1959 consisted of hand-to-hand combat
    fighting, bayonet fighting and knife fighting. In place of bayonets, Jūkendō was also occasionally used.
    in JSDF after adoption of the 2008 Jieitaikakutōjutsu curriculum.

    Hand-to-hand combat (Toshu kakutō)
    The early Self-Defense Forces martial arts was chiefly based on Nippon Kempo,
    During times of Imperial Japanese Army (circa World War II),
    melee combat training mainly consisted in use of bayonets, knives (or
    daggers), and swords. Hand-to-hand combat without weapons was mandatory
    only for Military Police Corps, and voluntary training for regular troops.
    After the war, a Ground Self-Defense Force executive who studied
    at the US Military Academy advised the Ground Staff Office on the need
    for hand-to-hand combat that could be linked to bayonet fighting, based
    on his experience of observing US Army military training. In response to this,
    After that, in 1984, the All Self-Defense Forces Hand Fighting
    Federation (Jieitai toshu kakutō renmei ) was organized to unify the know-how and improve the skill level,
    After that, in 1984, in order to unify the know-how and improve the Forces Hand Fighting Tournament was held.
    organized and the 1st All Self-Defense Forces Hand Fighting Tournament skill level, the All Self-Defense Forces Hand Fighting Federation was
    was held. Since then, the tournament has been held every year.

    Bayonet fighting (Jūken kakutō)
    In
    the current Self-Defense Forces, the bayonet drills are based on the
    ones used of the former Japanese Army. Both, the war-time martial arts and the self-defense force bayonet fighting established after the war
    actively carried out mainly by the Infantry Company, which helps to are still carried out. In particular, the training of Jukendo is
    improve the unity of the company.
    Whereas the only method of attacking bayonet is piercing with the
    tip (tampo) that corresponds to the blade of the bayonet, in bayonetfighting, in addition to piercing with the blade of the bayonet,
    slashing, defense, and hitting with the stock, It also includes hitting
    with the entire gun and piercing and shooting the gun.

    Knife fighting (tanken kakutō)
    In
    the former Japanese army, knife fighting (tankendo, which is also
    included in the current Jukendo) was trained based on the small On the other hand, the modern

    Current Self-Defense Forces martial arts (the new / modern combatives)
    The
    contents of the Jieitaikakutōjutsu martial arts curriculum was changed
    in 2008 and adopted that year onwards. This new martial art is called
    "shinkakutō" (the new martial art) within the Japan Self-Defense Forces.
    At the turn of the millennium, military and security agencies in
    each country have revised hand-to-hand combat systems on the assumption
    that firearms cannot always be used effectively in response to modern
    threats, such as terrorism and guerrilla warfare. Japan has not been an
    Around 2000, the Ground Self-Defense Forces considered reviewing
    the entire martial arts curriculum, so that JSDF personnel can rely on
    its self-defence system to accomplish their mission and to defending
    The study began in earnest when Tsutomu Mori,
    themselves in a critical moment.
    the early establishment of a practical hand-to-hand fighting system. As a
    Ground Self-Defense Force's Chief of Staff of the time, instructed in
    First Education Division of the Self-Defense Forces Physical Education
    result, a martial arts research project team was established in the
    School, and drastically reviewed martial arts.[8]
    The technical system has also been significantly revised, and the
    classification of hand-to-hand fighting, bayonet fighting, and knight
    fighting are now referred to as "weapon technology".
    At the same time, the protective gear used in the training was
    changed to Mizuno's lightweight and easy-to-wear gear in order to train
    the skills and mental strength of the SDF personnel for the actual
    of protective gear, preventing physical damage, however may not
    mission. It is innovative protective gear that is safer than older kinds
    necessarily prevent all pain and injury.
    In 2006, the new, refined version of Jieitaikakutōjutsu was fielded 10th Division,
    based on the research results of the martial arts research project
    were introduced in 2008. The subjects of the new fighting training are
    team. Education and training methods were examined during 2007 and all
    the work assessment as skills suitable for their actual duties. Even in
    all SDF personnel of two or fewer, and they have been introduced into the Maritime Self-Defense Force and the Air Self-Defense Force, only
    guards will learn new fighting form for their duties.
    some SDF personnel who are in charge of security officers and base

    Techniques of modern Jieitaikakutōjutsu
    At present, the specific content of Jieitaikakutōjutsu fighting manual has
    not yet been clarified. What is known is that essentially, it is but now has a new emphasis on added throws and choke-hold techniques.
    similar to the pre-2008 style that is based on Nippon Kempo,have not been trained in the older style (age-uchi, ashikubigatame,
    Techniques that have been previously mentioned in the army manuals, but
    sankakujime nado, etc.) have been made system's curriculum.

    Basics
    Striking techniques (atemi):

    • Tsuki

    • Mawashi-uchi - Turn and hit the hook

    • Age-da - Lifting uppercut

    • Hiji-uchi -  Elbow strike

    • Maegeri - front kick

    • Yokogeri - Horizontal kick

    • Hizageri / Knee kick

    • Mawashi geri / Roundhouse kick

    • Ushiro-Geri

    Throwing techniques (nagewaza):

    • Kubi-gaeshi

    • Kubihineri

    • O goshi

    • Seoi nage

    • Ōsoto gari

    • Deashi barai

    • Kosoto gake

    • uchi gake

    Joint-locks (Kansetsu-waza):

    • Tekubi-gaeshi

    • tekubi hineri

    • udegatame

    • kainahineri

    • udegarami

    • Ude hishigi juji gatame

    Chokeholds (Shimewaza):

    • Hadakajime / rear naked choke

    • Okuri eri jime

    • Jūji jime

    Knife Defense (Tanken)
    Rifle Defense (Shōjū)
    These are just a few of the SDF unarmed fighting techniques.
    However, JSDF personnel are pitted in various possible fighting
    scenarios.

    • Unarmed vs. unarmed

    • Knife vs. knife

    • knife vs. club (kanbo)

    • Knife vs. rifle

    • Knife vs. knife

    • Unarmed vs. rifle

    • Unarmed vs. pistol

    • Rifle vs. rifle

    • One vs. multiple

    • other scenarios

    Self-Defense Forces Fighting Weapon Methods
    Equivalent
    to the bayonet and knife fighting techniques of pre-2008 style. As for
    methods, the specific details have not

    See also
    • Hand-to-hand combat

    • Defendu

    • Combatives

    • Krav Maga

    • ZERO RANGE COMBAT - Is martial art devised by Yoshitaka Inagawa

    • Close-quarters combat

  • Kenji Tomiki was one of the people asked in helping build the 1959 hand-to-hand fighting manual. (See Toshu kakuto section)
    1. This style contains techniques like Kubihineri from Sumo.
    References
  • Ryuichi Hirayama ed., "Introduction to Self-Defense Forces Hand Fighting" (自衛隊徒手格闘入門), Namiki Shobo, 2002 Instructor Ebisawa. ISBN 978-4890631506
  • "All about Self-Defense Forces Martial Arts"(自衛隊格闘術のすべて」) (Articles published in the March and April 1990 issues of "Monthly Karatedo")
  • Ryuichi Hirayama ed., "Introduction to Self-Defense Forces Hand Fighting" (自衛隊徒手格闘入門), Namiki Shobo, 2002 Instructor Ebisawa. ISBN 978-4890631506
  • "All about Self-Defense Forces Martial Arts"(自衛隊格闘術のすべて」) (Articles published in the March and April 1990 issues of "Monthly Karatedo")
  • "Japan announces sunken boat was N. Korean spy ship". BNET. 7 October 2002. Retrieved 13 June 2018.
  • "Japan says 'spy ship' fired rockets". BBC News. 25 December 2001. Retrieved 29 January 2009.
  • "Japan's Secret SIGINT Organizations: Focusing on North Korea". Archived from the original on 15 September 2007. Retrieved 13 June 2018.
  •  Ryuichi Hirayama ed., "Introduction to Self-Defense Forces Hand Fighting" (自衛隊徒手格闘入門), Namiki Shobo, 2002 Instructor Ebisawa. ISBN 978-4890631506
  • Self-Defense Forces knife fighting is swordsmanship of ancient Japanese martial arts.
    Army.
    said to be based on the knife fighting technique utilized by the US
  • and the 1st All Self-Defense
  • However, these arts are no longer practiced
  • yet been clarified, and only the
    and intensity of knight fighting.
    extent to which there has been a significant change is in the attitude
  • research began in 1955, and with the cooperation of Ryonosuke Mori (the highest ranked instructor of the Nippon Kempo Association at the time) and Kenji Tomiki, a hand-to-hand fighting curriculum was established in 1959.[3][4]
  • The personnel of Imperial Japanese Navy was encouraged to practice judo, kendo, sumo, and jukendo.
  • but also composed of techniques from judo, sumo wrestling and aikido.[1][2]
  • exemption for this, as in late 1990s and early 2000s, numerous "suspicious ship incidents" involving North Korea have occurred and posed a increasing danger to Japan and its citizens.[5][6][7] Also the possibly of Japanese military personnel getting into close-quarters combat situations against terrorists or guerrilla fighters had increased in the 2000s, following the escalation of Global War on Terrorism.
  • JDSF
    to test Ground Forces and Maritime Forces fighting skills. JDSF
    holds inter-branch fighting competition named Kai tōkai, occasionally holds Jieitaikakutōjutsu exhibitions referred to as "tenji"
    (展示).



  • KABE KUMITE:
  • JIYO KUMITE:
  • ISUTORI:
Back to content