Keisuke started training in BJJ and MMA in 2001. Keisuke received his black belt in BJJ from Michael Chapman and Tom Oberhue in 2009. Keisuke received his shodan black belt in Judo from Roy Kawaji Sensei in 2021. In MMA competition, Keisuke has amassed a record of 5-0 in amateur competition and is a two-time FCFF lightweight champion. Keisuke has also competed professionally with a record of 3-0. Keisuke enjoys coaching BJJ, MMA, and also actively competes in BJJ. It is Keisuke’s goal to create a positive environment that is fun, challenging, and educational for the athletes he works with.
Keisuke is available for semi-private(2+) lessons with active Enso Jiu Jitsu members. The rate is $100 for 1 hour.
Private lessons are for technique sessions only. No live rolls(sparring) during the private lessons. You're expected to have a list of techniques that you would like to work on. If you are new to Jiu Jitsu and would like to go over basic techniques, you will not need a list of techniques.
Please email Keisuke at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a private lesson.
-Enso Jiu Jitsu Owner/Head Instructor 2012-2023
-Portland Thai Boxing BJJ Instructor 2007-2020
-East West Martial Arts BJJ Coach 2014-2020
-One MMA(Former Team Quest Tualatin) BJJ Coach 2013
-Fulcrum Jiu Jitsu Co-owner/Head Coach 2011-2012
-Impact Jiu Jitsu Beaverton Head Coach 2007-2011
-2002 SBG Cup Champion
-2002 NW BJJ Championships White Belt Champion
-2002 SBG Cup Champion
-2003 NW BJJ Championships Blue Belt Champion
-2004 NW Championships No Gi Lightweight Champion
-2004 SBG Cup Champion
-2008 Subleague Advanced Division Lightweight and Absolute weight Champion
-2008 Oregon Open No Gi Advanced Division Lightweight Champion
-2009 Subleague No Gi Advanced Division Lightweight Champion
-2009 Oregon Open No Gi Advanced Division Middleweight Champion
-2009 Grapplers Quest World Series No Gi Advanced Division Lightweight Champion
-2010 Subleague No Gi Advanced Absolute Division Champion
-2012 Oregon Open No Gi Advanced Division Lightweight Champion
Mixed Martial Arts Competition
8 Wins 0 losses, Two time FCFF Lightweight Champion
-Win Robbie Walden Submission (Ankle lock) 00:33 Round 1 Sport Fight 8 Justice January 8, 2005
-Win Chris Styff Submission (Choke) 00:40 Round 1 Sport Fight Clash at the Casino June 24, 2006
Ricky began training Muay Thai in 2005, and took up training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu in 2007. He has attended numerous martial arts work shops and camps, and has been coaching since 2009. In addition to his training experience he has also competed in both Muay Thai and submission grappling.