Tokyo Metropolitan Curse Technical College (都立呪術高等専門学校 Toritsu Kujutsu Kōtō Senmon Gakkō?, Viz. "Tokyo Prefectural Jujutsu High School"), is one of only two Jujutsu education institutions in Japan. It operates under the facade of being a private religious school while in reality, it dedicates fully-fledged Jujutsu Sorcerers to teaching the next generation.


Jujutsu Logo

The Jujutsu crest.

Tokyo Metropolitan Curse Technical College is a large campus comprised of several buildings with traditional Japanese architecture. It has an open courtyard, many classrooms, dormitories, and practice areas for Jujutsu.

This school serves as both a school for Sorcerer's in training as well as a base of operations for the entire Jujutsu community. Many Jujutsu Sorcerers operate directly out of the school even after graduating. They often act as mentorship figures and many of them are employed as full-fledged teachers.

The higher-ups of the school provide mediation and laws for all Jujutsu Sorcerers to follow.


The school's curriculum is taught over four years. Students are trained to learn about the concepts surrounding all forms of Jujutsu. This includes information surrounding the existence of Cursed Energy, as well as the knowledge to develop a Cursed Technique. Students are also are taught about the Jujutsu power ranking system and how it applies to both Curses and Jujutsu Sorcerers.

For training, students are often sent out on field missions to hone their skills under the supervision of their teachers. A student's designated teacher oversees their training regiments as well as what missions they go on.


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Tokyo Jujutsu High uniforms.

The male school uniform consists of asymmetrical blue jackets with high collars and two pins on the left side engraved with the school logo. The male uniform is completed with a pair of matching blue slacks. The female version of the uniform is similar to a traditional gakuran uniform, with buttons from top to bottom down the middle. For the bottoms, girls wear a matching blue skirt.

School Traditions

Kyoto Sister School Goodwill Event: Every year both campuses of the Jujutsu School hold a competition between two teams comprised of their first, second, and third-year students. The competition takes place on the campus of the previous year's winner.

Staff & Students


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