Dynamic Art of “Conde Koma 

Judo/ Jiu-Jitsu/ MMA ” 

 JUKKENDO is a new, comprehensive style of Mitsuyo Maeda (Ring name“Conde Koma”) Judo/ Jiu-jitsu founded by the well known Judo/ Jujitsu Master Nori Buna-sawa of Japan. Mr. Bunasawa has an exten-sive background in competition Judo/ Jiu-jitsu/ Aikido and was at one time a Japanese World Judo team member. He is a 8th Dan (Master red & white belt) in Judo and Jujitsu 10th Dan. Now master Bunasawa combines his extensive knowledge & Conde Koma’s throwing, grappling and sub-mission with the striking arts. His background also includes Boxing, Karate and Kempo. Mr. Bunasawa puts all these techniques together into a new martial art form, called JUKKENDO!! It’s 70% grappling/Submission based with striking. Do not miss the opportunity to combine the dy-namic throws, groundwork & Weapon they have begun to master in Judo and leverage them into a form of MMA and self-defense training which can prepare them for any kinds of situations. Students come from all of the world to get in on the action in this new art of JUKKENDO!! Do not get left behind! (Check Jukkendo Schools or Class at www.Jukkendo.com 
Right: Founder Bunasawa Shihan tries his Kanibasami(Flying Scissors) on former All Japan Judo Champion legend “Kimura Lock” and the one who beat Herio Gracie (Gracie BRA Jiu-Jitsu), Masahiko Kimura 7th Dan and Pro-fighter.

How do I earn a Rank and Teacher’s Certificate ? 


JUKKENDO (Mitsuyo Maeda Self-Defense, MMA) allows you to expand your knowledge beyond your current specialty and cover all three main martial arts fields. If you are well versed in striking and kicking arts such as karate, tae-kwon-do, boxing, or kickboxing, you would begin learning take-down techniques from JUKKEN-JUDO. Submission techniques like pins, joint locks, and chokes would come from training in JUKKEN-JIUJITSU. If your experience is in judo, you would learn JUK-KEN-JIUJITSU and JUKKEN-ATEMI. Whatever your back-ground, there is a set of required techniques from each field for each JUKKENDO rank or teacher’s certificate. Once you have a teacher’s certificate, you can teach JUKKENDO (Mitsuyo Maeda Self-Defense, MMA) at your institute or academy and build an-other program to offer your students. 

The JUKKENDO International (IJKF) headquarters will support your JUKKENDO program. We will send an IJKF certified in-structor to your academy or your area to hold a general semi-nar and conduct testing for ranks or certification clinics. IJKF Instructors will follow up and provide additional instruction to improve your technique. 

Mailing Contact
PO.Box 10544 Costa Mesa Ca 92627, USA

Honbu Dojo
254 Victoria St. Costa Mesa Ca 92626 USA

TEL: (949) 645-1674

(Conde Koma Jiu – Jitsu, BJJ , Judo, MMA, Self -Defense & Fitness ) 

Mitsuyo Maeda (Conde Koma) was a Kodokan Judo master. He was an original professional MMA fighter long before there was MMA. He won more than 2000 professional fights in his career. His ac-complishments led to him being called the “toughest man who ever lived”. 

“If you want to get your face beaten and smashed, your ass kicked and your arms broken, contact Car-los Gracie at this address…”(—Brazilian newspaper ad, circa 1920s ). 

The Gracie Jiu-Jitsu, more commonly known as Bra-zilian Jiu-Jitsu was started by Carlos Gracie of Brazil who studied under the great Japanese Judo master Mitsuyo Maeda (Conde Koma). Mitsuyo Maeda was fundamental to the development of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu through his teachings to the Gracie family. Carlos Gracie quickly adapted the Judo and MMA tech-niques he learned from Conde Koma to meet the demands of the streets of Brazil.




JUKKENDO is based on Judo Master Mitsuyo Maeda’s (Conde Koma) comprehensive all-around fighting style. Take-down techniques come from judo throws and are called JUKKEN-JUDO. Judo, Kosen ground judo, Wrestling and Brazilian Jiu-jitsu were combined to merge ground techniques such as pins, joint locks, and chokes into JUKKEN-JIUJITSU. Striking and kicking techniques come from striking arts like karate, tae-kwon-do, kickboxing, and form the basis of JUKKEN-ATEMI. 

Master Nori Bunasawa combined the various fighting arts into one comprehen-sive style. Judo founder Shihan Jigoro Kano and his right hand man, Mitsuyo Maeda, heavily influenced JUKKENDO. Maeda, also known as Conde Koma, won more than 2000 MMA matches and proved the strength of Shihan Kano’s techniques. Other influences include Shihan Kenji Tomiki, Masahiko Kimura, Yoshimi Osawa, and Hiroshi Jono. Tomiki, the founder of Tomiki Aikido, was Master Bunasawa’s instructor while on the Waseda University Judo Team. All Japan Judo Champion Kimura was Bunasawa sensei’s mentor for ten years as well one of the few who de-feated one of the founders of Gracie Bra-zilian Jiu-Jitsu’s founders, Helio Gracie with his famous “Kimura Lock.” Osawa shihan is the only living Kodokan Judo 10th Dan now, and Jono shihan is the founder of Goshindo Self-Defense . 

The roots of JUKKENDO (Conde Koma Jiu-Jitsu) run deep and merge over 100 years of knowledge from many masters and founders of different styles into one great art of “Bunasawa JUKKENDO”. 


Jukken-Judo (Sambo/ Greco Wrestling/ Sumo) 

Jukken-JiuJitsu (Judo/ BRA Jiujitsu/ Wrestling) 

Jukken-Atemi (Karate/ Kick Boxing/ Striking Arts) 

Jukken-Weapons-Defense ( Knife, Sticks, Gun) 

Jukken-Fitness (Yoga, Taichi ) / Self-Defense 

IJKF (International Jukkendo Federation)
本部道場(Main Dojo, 11/ 2019 )
Jukkendo: 6:30-8:00 (Tue /Fri) /Judo: 5:00-9:15 (Tu./ Fr)

Book :Conde Koma Life Story