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Sensei Jason Spencer Jason began studying martial arts at the age of 7, learning Shaolin Kung Fu. He also trained in Korean Kuk Sul Won and Okinawan Shuri Ryu Karate before coming to Jujitsu in 1989. He reached Ikkyu in Budoshin Jujitsu before that dojo closed.

In early 1992, Jason joined the Mizu Shin Tao dojo under Professor Ken Eddy, and has been with him ever since. Professor Eddy presented the complete Danzan Ryu system as well as Seifukujutsu and the dreaded mimi-waza. He certified Jason as an instructor in 1994 and massage instructor in 2001.

Jason has been fortunate to meet and train with several original Okazaki students, and even help them teach at national conventions. He has been exposed to several different versions of Danzan Ryu and strives to preserve all the history he can for his students.

Jason is currently ranked sixth degree black belt and has been given the titles of "Master Teacher" by Professor Eddy and "Associate Professor" by the American Jujitsu Institute. He and the Koryukan are both members of the AJI, a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering the teachings of Henry Okazaki and his Danzan Ryu Jujitsu.

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