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GAKUEN BUJUTSU KAI represent a place to study Japanese martial arts as TRADITIONAL JU JUTSU, AIKIDO and JUDO. The study of traditional techniques is applied to the practice of MODERN JU JUTSU and PERSONAL DEFENCE, too. It is the only school in the Latina region to be both NATIONALLY, with CONI acknowledge by Fijlkam, and INTERNATIONALLY QUALIFIED, exactly in Japan, as an Official HONTAI YOSHIN RYU JU JUTSU School, one of the most important Koryu (ancient school) in Japan.

Lessons are held by MASTER ALESSIO LORETI, Technical Trainer acknowledged by the Italian Federation FIJLKAM and by the Hombu Dojo of the HONTAI YOSHIN RYU in Japan.

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GAKUEN BUJUTSU KAI operates mainly at the A.S.D. OLIMPIA gym, via Calatafimi 89, Latina.

It is twin, in cooperation with M░ FABIO MARCOTULLI, with the ISHEN CHIA KUNG FU gym in Monte Verde, Rome, where are held lessons of JUJUTSU and AIKIDO dedicated both to the traditional and modern style, as the modus operandi that characterize the GAKUEN BUJUTSU KAI. The association of MASTERS LORETI-MARCOTULLI (who gave birth to the “BUJUTSU GAKUEN” as acknowledged name by the Italian Federation and in Japan) base itself on the exploration of the concepts that consitute the BUDO, that is the accurate analysis of every principle which represents a common denominator for a good practice and a deep knowledge of martial arts.




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Main rule is non-politics, or PRACTICE FOR PRACICE and not PRACTICE TO APPEAR, with the utmost humility that should mark a good practitioner, where this concept often allows to acquire always new and deeper technical and philosophical meanings that otherwise approached would not reveal themselves, as per the Japanese motto “MUGA – MUSHIN”, NO BODY – NO MIND. In addition to the twin with the BUJUTSU GAKUEN, the school is cooperating with M░ CERACCHI ROBERTO of the FIGHT CLUB gym in Cori (Lt) for the practice of AIKIDO. This cooperation, born from the over ten year of the two MASTERS, aims to a project of harmonic diffusion of the discipline as it is the spirit of AIKIDO: non-violence, non-conflict, non-competition, but only study and knowledge exchange; base principle that characterize the GAKUEN BUJUTSU KAI.

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The Symbol of the School (Kamon in japanese) is the emblem representing the three commas of the FURINKASAN that in Japanese means:
WIND - WOOD - FIRE - MOUNTAIN
The nature essential elements, with a personal extra from the MASTER LORETI, who added the three points between the commas, to indicate the separation of ethereal concepts which anyway belong to us even if we are not aware of them:

The Life, Death and the Spirit.

The Symbol without the three points also represents the emblem of the MATSUDARIA CLAN, a noble Japanese SAMURAIand DAIMYO family. Believed down from Nitta no Yoshishige (1202), established at the Himeji Castle of Hyogo prefecture in 1601, one of the most important castles in Japan. The Symbol wants to indicate the fusion there is between NATURE and SPIRIT in the martial arts, the fusion with all is surrounding; only in this way the goal of perfection can be achieved, surely a hard goal to achieve, but the charm and the challenge with themselves lie in trying to reach such perfection.

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