- Pioneers in Bringing Jūjutsu (Jūdō) to Britain: Edward William Barton Wright, Tani Yukio, Ernest John Harrison
- Koizumi Gunji, 1885-1965: Judo Master
This portrait considers three of the key pioneers in bringing Jūjutsu (Jūdō) from Japan to Britain in the late 1800s and early 1900s, and the measure of popularity the sport gained.
Koizumi Gunji (1885-1965) played an important role in the spread and practise of judo in Britain. This essay details his long journey across the world to America, and then back to Britain as well as his importance as a practitioner of judo.