The development of Fuji Ryu Jujutsu by Master Philip Scrima was significantly influenced by Sosuishitsu Ryu Jujutsu, though the experienced practitioner would also notice some of the features of Hakko Ryu jujutsu and Shotokan karate. Maintaining the traditional principles, new elements were added and old ones were expanded for modern application.
The system utilizes modern fighting techniques in order to defend against single and multiple attackers both armed and unarmed.
Only a limited amount of techniques are dedicated to grappling due to the belief that when you are fighting multiple opponents, once you are grappling on the ground the battle is lost. The techniques of Fuji Ryu jujutsu are throws, sweeps, pressure points, joint locks and kicks and strikes to the vulnerable areas of the body.