SHUBUKAN dojo was established in 1786. They preserve Japan's traditional culture of Kendo, Naginata, and Iaido. Through martial arts training, instructors help practitioners gain control over their bodies and mind. They respect the traditional manners of martial arts – as the saying goes "Everything begins and ends with bowing." They provide training to people who like to become competent in letters and arms. They also aim to contribute to the development of martial arts, and also to the peace of the local community.
In this plan, you will learn about the culture of Kendo and get in touch with the spiritual side of traditional Japanese martial arts by acquiring the basics. First. change into Dougi (Kendo uniform). Have a briefing on the background and rules of kendo, the history, and the rules at the dojo. Everything begins and ends with bowing in martial arts. With paying respect to manners in martial arts, you will learn what bowing means. Then, you will be taught and practice kendo for 50 minutes. You can actually hit the opponent wearing a face protector. After the lesson, you will receive a certificate and will be able to take a photo with the master.
Duration: 90 minutes
Activity timing: 6.30 pm
Kendo Martial Art Experience In Itami
Adult/Child: 13 years old and above
Upon purchase of the ticket, you will receive an email confirmation with e-ticket/e-voucher within two days. Tours and tickets are subjected to availability and are not confirmed until a second confirmation email is received.
Address: Japan, 〒664-0858 Hyōgo-ken, Itami-shi, Nishidai, 3 Chome−2−21