Overview of Kanayama kenjutsu keikokai

Cultivate a view of the body as a martial art requ

When we think about the meaning of martial arts practice in the modern era, we need a physical view of the body to learn how to survive in today's world.
How to survive in the present moment is linked to the development of techniques in martial arts practice. It means being able to dismiss today's discoveries as a thing of the past that will have no meaning tomorrow.
Even though times are changing relentlessly and we don't know what tomorrow will bring, the view of the body gleaned from modern martial arts practice can turn a crisis into a positive one with universal ideas.
I feel that martial arts training in today's world is a place where we can cultivate such universality and learn through a way of life that connects us to others.

basic schedule

The Kanayama kenjutsu keikokai holds training sessions on Mondays and Wednesdays at the Budojo in Tokyo.
It is two hours a session and includes Jojutsu, Kenjutsu, Battojutsu, and Taijutsu, etc. The training can be done one-on-one or in small groups of up to three people.
Training is held one-on-one or in small groups of up to three people.
This is a place to learn the necessity of martial arts training in today's world, as well as a place to nurture the "heart of feeling" with both body and mind.
We consider it important to be able to grow and develop together through training, as we look at people rather than experience.
Please contact me at the end of the previous month to let me know your preferred date for the following month.

private instruction

If you prefer one-on-one instruction, or if you prefer to train in a place isolated from other people's eyes, we can accommodate your needs. Training is available on Fridays at venues in Tokyo. We will let you know about other arrangements after you contact us. I am also available for requests from other prefectures, if possible, after contacting me. I will not publish the training schedule and training articles about this training.

Workshop for International Students

This one is currently in preparation.

This is the main content for international students.
We are in the process of preparing everything here, the instructional content, instructional schedule, and instructional fees.

Dojo information

[Training place]
(A map is linked to the venue name.)
Shinjuku Sports Center Second Budojo
Shinagawa Ward Togoshi Gymnasium, Judojo

[Training days]
Shinjuku Sports Center
Mondays* Closed on the fourth Monday of each month.

Shinagawa Ward Togoshi Gymnasium

[Practice Time]
Shinjuku Sports Center
Mondays 5:00-7:00 p.m. / 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Shinagawa Ward Togoshi Gymnasium, Wednesdays 12:00 - 2:00 p.m.

About application

Since it is a complete reservation system, please contact us one month in advance with your desired schedule. Please refer to the home screen for the schedule. For those who wish to participate, we will basically target those who can attend every week (we will consider it depending on the circumstances). Those who have weapons and road clothing, those who will purchase in the future, those who meet for the first time because there is no experience participation, please write down the circumstances leading to participation in this inquiry and start with a single shot Please join us. Please note that we may decline depending on the situation.

About Payment

[Monthly fee]
10,000 yen / 4 times
In the case of one-time participation, it will be 3,000 yen.
For monthly fees, we will prepare an envelope here.
For one-off participation, please prepare it in an envelope. There is no admission fee.
Those who wish to receive individual guidance will be decided after consultation.

[Venue fee]
Shinjuku Sports Center
Please purchase the admission fee of 400 yen at the ticket vending machine.
(100 yen for junior high school students and younger)

Togoshi Gymnasium
The venue fee will be divided by the number of participants including myself.
Up to 500 yen per person.