Taiho Jutsu

Taiho Jutsu

 

Simply defined, Taiho Jutsu means "control and restraining" techniques. Taiho Jutsu was created for the Japenese police force in 1947 and includes the study of "toshu" (unarmed), "keibo" (baton), "seijo" (handcuffing) and "hikitate-oyobi" (forcing a prisoner to their feet). Shuyokan Taiho Jutsu is based upon techinques from Yoshinkai Aikido which is a system taught to the Tokyo Riot Police.


Shuyokan Sayings

"Nothing is so embarrassing as watching someone do something that you said couldn't be done. --- Sam Ewing"