# Perkembangan,Jujitsu,di,Indonesia: #



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Beladiri Jujitsu masuk ke Indonesia saat masa pergolakan perang dunia II sekitar tahun 1942. Dibawa oleh seorang tentara Jepang yang bernama Ishikawa. Disiplin Jiu-jitsu yang ia bawa berasal dali aliran Kyushin Ryu. 

Ishikawa kemudian mewariskan ilmunya kepada Raden Sutopo (Ponorogo) yang kemudian diturunkan kepada kelima muridnya yaitu Firman Sitompul, Sitompul, Heru Nurcahyo, Bambang S dan Heru Winoto. Kelima murid inilah yang menjadi cikal bakal tumbuh dan berkembangnya Jujitsu di Indonesia.

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Beladiri Jujitsu masuk ke Indonesia saat masa pergolakan perang dunia II sekitar tahun 1942. Dibawa oleh seorang tentara Jepang yang bernama Ishikawa. Disiplin Jiu-jitsu yang ia bawa berasal dali aliran Kyushin Ryu. 
Ishikawa kemudian mewariskan ilmunya kepada Raden Sutopo (Ponorogo) yang kemudian diturunkan kepada kelima muridnya yaitu Firman Sitompul, Sitompul, Heru Nurcahyo, Bambang S dan Heru Winoto. Kelima murid inilah yang menjadi cikal bakal tumbuh dan berkembangnya Jujitsu di Indonesia.
Sebelum dibentuk organisasi “Institut Jiu-Jitsu Indonesia (IJI)”, Jiujitsu dikenal dengan sebutan perkumpulan bela diri “Bantaran Angin” yang berpusat di Ponorogo. Untuk mengembangkan Jiu-jitsu ke seluruh Indonesia, akhirnya 
pusat pengembangan Jiu-jitsu dipindahkan ke Jakarta. Disinilah dibentuk sebuah organisasi resmi dan berbadan hukum yang bernama Institut Jiu-Jitsu Indonesia (IJI), sekitar 8 Desember 1981.
Ditahun yang sama, diadakan demonstrasi beladiri Jiu-Jitsu di Perguruan Tinggi Ilmu Kepolisian Jakarta. Akhirnya Jiu-jitsu berhasil mendapatkan penghargaan serta pengakuan dari Staf kedutaan besar Jepang. Kini, Institut Jiu-Jitsu Indonesia telah menjadi anggota ke-12 World Council of Jiu-Jitsu 
Organization yang berpusat di London yang menjadikan Jiu-Jitsu sebagai beladiri resmi POLRI dan berbagai kesatuan militer seperti KOPASSUS, KOSTRAD, PASPAMPRES, Marinir dan lainnya. Bahkan Jiu-Jitsu juga dikembangkan di sekolah sekolah, instansi swasta maupun instansi pemerintah dan perguruan tinggi


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Jujitsu self-defense entered Indonesia during the upheaval of World War II around 1942. Brought by a Japanese soldier named Ishikawa. The Jiu-jitsu discipline that he brought came from the Kyushin Ryu sect.


Ishikawa then passed on his knowledge to Raden Sutopo (Ponorogo) which was then passed on to his five students namely Firman Sitompul, Sitompul, Heru Nurcahyo, Bambang S and Heru Winoto. These five students became the embryo of Jujitsu's growth and development in Indonesia

Jujitsu self-defense entered Indonesia during the upheaval of World War II around 1942. Brought by a Japanese soldier named Ishikawa. The Jiu-jitsu discipline that he brought came from the Kyushin Ryu sect.

Ishikawa then passed on his knowledge to Raden Sutopo (Ponorogo) which was then passed on to his five students namely Firman Sitompul, Sitompul, Heru Nurcahyo, Bambang S and Heru Winoto. These five students became the embryo of Jujitsu's growth and development in Indonesia.

Before the "Jiu-Jitsu Indonesia Institute (IJI)" was formed, Jiujitsu was known as the "Bantaran Angin" martial arts center based in Ponorogo. To develop Jiu-jitsu throughout Indonesia, finally

the Jiu-jitsu development center was moved to Jakarta. This is where an official and legal entity organization called the Indonesian Jiu-Jitsu Institute (IJI) was formed, around December 8, 1981.

In the same year, a Jiu-Jitsu martial arts demonstration was held at the Jakarta Police College. Finally Jiu-jitsu managed to get an award and recognition from the staff of the Japanese embassy. Today, the Indonesian Jiu-Jitsu Institute has become the 12th member of the World Council of Jiu-Jitsu


London-based organization that makes Jiu-Jitsu the official Martial Police and various military units such as KOPASSUS, KOSTRAD, PASPAMPRES, Marines and others. Even Jiu-Jitsu is also developed in schools, private institutions as well as government agencies and universities
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