In recent years, the traditional culture of karate and kobudō, which originated in Okinawa, has spread all over the world, and many people want to learn it. If you would like to learn Shōrin-ryū, please contact us. In our dōjō, you can also experience international exchanges through karate. The Shōbukan logo mark is composed of a large and small circles that represent the flag of the Okinawa prefecture, the birthplace of karate and kobudō. The purple color symbolizes the proud and highly expanded royal family of the Ryūkyū Kingdom, symbol of the Okinawan tradition. The white means emptiness, empty as in karate (empty hand) and symbolizes the pursuit of the truth and the aim for self-completion in the spirit of “empty” as in the name of karate. The golden color in the center expresses the aim of complete quest of karate through the precious values of tradition.
General classes are held every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Children's section from 7 pm to 8 pm, adults' section from 8 pm to 9:30 pm.
Individual and special sessions are also available upon consultation.