Ju-Jitsu martial arts, especially the Kyushin-Ryu (I Kyushin Ryu) flow, entered Indonesia at the time of the upheaval of World War II, namely in 1942, brought by a Japanese soldier named Ishikawa. Ishikawa passed on his knowledge to R. Soetopo who later passed it down to Drs. Firman Sitompul, Brigadier General (Pol) Drs. DPM Sitompul SH,MH , Drs. Heru Noercahyo. MM, Drs Bambang Soeprijanto, Mayor (Pol) Drs. Heru Winoto. He - he is the driving force for the development of JuJitsu in the country until now.
Ju-Jitsu, which is currently developing, has formed a parent organization called the Indonesian Ju-Jitsu Institute (IJI) which is headquartered in Jakarta and has become a member of the World Ju-Jitsu Federation under the auspices of the All Ju-Jitsu Japan International Federation.