The Japanese martial art of Jujitsu is now being taught to children and adults of all ages right in the heart of the inner west. Japan is where Jujitsu was born and can trace its lineage back 1000 years. “Ju Jitsu in the heart of Balmain” retains the traditional elements important when learning martial arts.
The timeless traditions of Jujitsu are taught in a dojo or training hall. You wear a simple white uniform called a “Gi” and bow as a sign of mutual respect. This Japanese Jujitsu dojo has a calm Zen-like stillness right amidst the hustle and bustle of the busy inner west. A hub of conscious learning, students are encouraged by more senior and experienced students to thrive in this non-competitive environment.
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Our studio and office are on the ground floor. We are next to the library and almost opposite the fire station.
If you are coming by car there is metered parking out the front and at the beginning of Jacques St and free parking further down in Jacques and Arthur Streets.
If you are coming by bus from the city you can take the 441 or 442 from York St behind QVB. Buses come every 10 minutes and it can take between 15 and 30 minutes depending on the traffic. Get off at the corner of Montague and Darling St in front of the town hall pub, turn left and walk about 100m
If you're interested in martial arts Balmain or inner west Sydney you'll find our studio is central and easy to access.