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The Jiushin Kan Malta is run by the Bajada Brothers and has as its Honbu Headquarters the Jiushin Kan Dojo in Luqa. It is the home of Jiushin Ryu Jujutsu - meaning School of the True High Ideals of Yawara (another historical name for Jujutsu). It serves its founding purpose as a Budo (Martial Arts) Institute, striving for the development of higher technical skills and education within the true meaning of the Japanese Martial Arts, and with greater commitments for excellence whilst promoting Butoku (Martial Virtues).

Jiushin Ryu Jujutsu (Jiu-Jitsu | Ju-Jitsu)

Muso Jikiden Eishin Ryu Iaido (Iaijutsu)


Bajada Brothers - Christian Bajada - Roderick Bajada

Dai Nippon Butoku Kai Japan Shibu (Branch) Malta

DNBK Kyoto - In conjunction with 54th Japan Butoku Sai, 121st anniversary of DNBK, 1222nd anniversary of Kyoto City and ancient Butokuden, and 25th anniversary of DNBK ID and Opening of Seiryuden of Shorenin ...

5th World Butoku Sai - Japan 2016 21st April - 3rd May 2016 柔眞館 マルタ  柔眞流 柔術  無双直伝英信流 居合術  武道
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Jiushin Kan Malta held the third edition of the Randori Takiai on the 29th July 2017. A test of technique, stamina, strategy, control, and overall skill ..

29th July 2017 Randori Taikai 2017

Christian Bajada Renshi and Roderick Bajada Renshi and a team from Jiushin Kan Malta, travelled to Meitingen, Landkreis Augsburg in Germany, after accepting VAKs invitation to teach Jiushin Ryu Jujutsu during the 16th Bundeslehrgang

Teaching in Germany 2017 26th - 28th May 2017

Christian and Roderick Bajada travelled to Clermont-Ferrand France for the International Butoku Sai held by the Dai Nippon Butoku Kai of Kyoto, Japan .

3rd - 6th August 2017 France International Butoku Sai