The Wado ryu Karate style mixes the two about 70:30 to karate but I'm not sure that is what your looking for. Are you looking for a specific style or anything that combines the two?
there are no such things as jujitsu karate
Her Black Belt is in Judo and she also studied Jujitsu and Karate.
Kung-Fu Jujitsu Akido Karate Wing Chun And lots more!
The Samurai were Japan's elite fighting forces, and they wore armor and had several specialized weapons. Sometimes, however, they might lose their weapons during the course of combat. For this reason they were highly proficient at the unarmed Japanese martial art of Jujitsu (Jujutsu). It is thought, however, that Jujitsu had it's roots in China and Tibet.
They did a lots of training. they learned karate, jujitsu, ninjutsu and sword training.....Just kidding
While they are both martial arts and subscribe to many of the same philosophies, they differ in their primary focus. Karate focus is on striking and hitting. Ju jitsu concentrates on grappling.
They are all martial arts and require dedication to learn. Aikido is a grappling art and karate is a striking art. Judo is a sport developed from jujitsu and also focuses on grappling.
It is not a matter of style. The key is the application of the techniques. It is more the individual practitioner than it is the style.
traditional jujitsu from japan and Brazilian jujitsu from Brazil
While both of them are quite effective martial arts, karate is by its nature more deadly. Judo was derived from Jujitsu. It was designed to be a sport and used in competition. As such it was intended to be 'safe' to the practitioners and not deadly. Karate was never intended for competition, but is designed to be effective and take the opponent out of action.
Jujitsu first originated in the country Japan.
The man was a guitarist, but practiced jujitsu in his spare time. The child had been taking jujitsu since he was five years old. The mixed martial artist was trained in grappling and jujitsu.