When Judo became a sport, it lost its main properties to act as a full self-defense art and well, as time went on everyone drank the kool aid. Now if you don't compete or belong to one of the big organizations, they say you're not real Judo. It's true that sport Judo has some amazing athletes, and some that I honestly would hate to be thrown by, but in the end, there needs to be a full overhaul on the self-defense in the art, just like they are now adding more ground work to keep up with the BJJ scene. The goshin jutsu needs work in my opinion.
This is why Kontei Kodokan Judo, overseen by the Seikan Judo & Jujutsu Association, was created - to teach and share the root of the art while keeping the traditional aspects alive in judo. We are a proud member of the USATKJ and all of our black belts are registered members. The Seikan is home to many that just wish to learn a little Judo here and there, those that wish to earn rank and add to their curriculum the judo and jujutsu taught here, and those that want to preserve the complete art of Kodokan Judo as it was originally intended.