Although jiujitsu had been introduced to England circa 1900 via the efforts of E.W. Barton-Wright, Yukio Tani and Sadakazu Uyenishi, the Japan-British Exhibition was the first opportunity for many British citizens to witness other forms of Japanese antagonistics. Sumo, kendo and naginata-jutsu were all on display at this event, which ran from May to October of … Continue reading “Martial arts displays at the Japan-British Exhibition of 1910”
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