Martial arts websites: Judo, Aikido, Kung Fo, Jujutsu, Karate

Martial Arts, Martial Art Styles; Judo, Aikido, Kung Fu, Tae Kwon Do, Jujutsu, Karate
A Guide to the Best Martial Arts Websites



Aikido FAQ,
an encyclopedic source for Aikido information.Aikido. AikiWeb: The Source for Aikido Information. AikiWeb’s principal purpose is to serve the Internet community as a repository and dissemination point for aikido information.

Black Belt Magazine.


Chinese martial arts *

Chinese martial arts, Wikipedia entry.

Kung Foo Online

Wu Chien-ch’uan

Country index; martial arts by country, Wikipedia entry.


Falun Gong *

Falun Gong. History, introduction.

Falung Gong. Etexts in many languages.

Fencing, Wikipedia entry.


Japanese martial arts *

Aikido, Wikipedia entry.

Budo Kai – Dedicated to researching, preserving, and disseminating information of classical Japanese-style martial arts.

Judo, Wikipedia entry.

Judo Information Site. Techniques, history, FAQs, articles, humour, supplies, clubs.

Judo. World of Judo and Jujutsu. Includes calendars, archives, martial arts supplies.

Jujutsu (jujitsu, ju jutsu), Wikipedia entry.

Karate, Wikipedia entry.

Samurai Archives Japanese History Page

World of Judo Magazine

Karate *

Japanese and Okinawan Krate-do Ryobu-Kai.

Japan Karate Institute

Karate Bushido

The Karate World, Japan

Korean martial arts *

Korean Martial Arts

Taekwondo, Wikipedia entry.

Kung Fu *

Kung Fo Magazine

Kung Foo Online


Mixed martial arts *

Mixed martial arts, Wikipedia entry.
Mixed martial arts (MMA) is a full contact combat sport that allows a wide variety of fighting techniques.

Mixed Martial Arts. MMA world leader in UFC news, gear and events.
MMA gear, UFC news, events, videos, and a MMA forum.

Mixed martial arts and Ultimate Fighting Championship news, interviews, photos, videos, rumors, rankings and blog.


Organizations *

American Teachers Association of the Martial Arts

An organization and program that encourages students to resolve conflict productively, avoid participating in gangs, choose drug-free lifestyles, and remain in high school until they graduate.

United States Martial Arts Association

The British Martial Arts & Boxing Association (BMABA)


Russian martial arts *

Federation of Russian Martial Arts UK

History of Russian martial arts.

United Federation of Russian Sambo 


Tae Kwon Do *

Tae Kwon Do Contains information about history, ethical backgrounds and techniques.

Taekwondo (Tae Kwon Do, Taekwon-Do). Wikipedia entry.

Training *

Martial Arts Training. Sports Fitness Advisor
Martial arts training will vary greatly from discipline to discipline. By understanding the physiological demands and movement patterns within the specific disciplines, and profiling elite martial artists, a suitable sport-specific conditioning program can be designed.


Wikipedia entry on martial arts.

The World Martial Arts Academy web site. Providing quality instruction in “WTF” style Korean Taekwondo.