Jutsu


Use Wikipedia with dynamical search help in all languages ...

Wikipedia - How to create a page

Jutsu ()—meaning technique, method, spell, skill or trick—is a bound morpheme of the Sino-Japanese lexical stratum of the Japanese language.

  • Bajutsu, the skills of horse riding
  • Bartitsu, (Bartitsu is an eclectic martial art and self-defence method originally developed in England in 1898–1902, technically not a jutsu
  • Battōjutsu (抜刀術, the art of drawing a sword)
  • Bōjutsu, fighting with a staff or elongated blunt object
  • Brazilian jiu-jitsu, the practice of self-defense
  • Daitō-ryū Aiki-jūjutsu, the art of close combat
  • Hōjutsu, use of firearms from close rang
  • Iaijutsu, the sword technique of a sudden mortal draw attack
  • Jittejutsu, the Japanese martial art of using the Japanese weapon jitte
  • Jūjutsu (柔術, unarmed fighting)
  • Kamajutsu, defense and combat with metal sickles (kama)
  • Kenjutsu, the art of sword fighting
  • Kusarigamajutsu, fighting with kusarigama
  • Kyujutsu, the art of the bow
  • Naginatajutsu, the art of using a naginata
  • Ninjutsu, Shinobi combat techniques and practices
  • Saijutsu (釵術), fighting with sai daggers
  • Shurikenjutsu, the practice of throwing blades
  • Sōjutsu, the practice of using a spear
  • Taijutsu, unarmed fighting style
  • Tantojutsu, the technique of using a small blade or dagger
  • Tessenjutsu, fighting with the deceptive metal fan
  • Tonfajutsu, fighting with blunt tonfa weapons
  • Genjutsu, art of illusion
  • Majutsu, art of witchcraft

DuckDuckGo

wikipedia mobileThis page is funded by cryptomining