Kūdō, often referred to as “Kudo,” is a modern Japanese martial art that combines elements of striking and grappling techniques. It is often called the “Way of the Empty Hand” and is known for its practical approach to self-defense. In Kūdō, practitioners, known as “Kūdōka,” learn a diverse range of techniques, including punches, kicks, throws, and ground control. The art emphasizes adaptability and effectiveness in real-life combat scenarios, making it a comprehensive martial system.
Also known as
Kakuto Karate (1981-2001), Combat Karate Daidojuku
Country of Origin
Mixed Martial Arts
Kūdō Institutes in India