Photostory #46: Judo = Self-defence with Ceremony

Chris Lund
National Film Board of Canada
Release Date
March 2, 1956
CMCP fonds
Credit Line
Canadian Museum of Contemporary Photography fonds, National Gallery of Canada Library and Archives
Main Text
Judo, the ancient Japanese art of self-defence without weapons, has become a modern-day sport that today finds a wide following throughout the world. In clubs in Australia, Britain, France, Canada and even remote Afghanistan, the white-garbed members practice the art of turning an adversary's strength against himself. (Top photo) In Toronto's Hatashita Club, judo classes are attended by over 200 members.