Tsuneo Kinjo sensei Hanshi 9th Dan
Jundokan Sohonbu

Tsuneo Kinjo Sensei was born in 1953 in Shuri, Naha City. He is a Hanshi 9th Dan. In 1971, Kinjo Sensei went to Hawaii which is where he studied under Masatami Tokumura, before his return to Okinawa in 1975 to train under Eiichi Miyazato at the Jundokan.
Currently being a Grand Master of the Jundokan and fluent in English, Kinjo Sensei teaches Goju-ryu to Japanese and foreign karatekas at the dojo headquarters. Kinjo Sensei also travels to place in Japan and overseas several times every year to teach.
And because of Kinjo Sensei’s personality and karate techniques, he has many supporters domestically and overseas.
Kinjo Sensei is currently the Vice Chief Director of the Okinawa Karate Kobudo Federation.

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Dojo info

Dojo Name Jundokan
Style Goju-Ryu
Area Naha

・At the Jundokan, the largest dojo in Okinawa, you can experience kihon (the basics) and kata of Goju-ryu, as well as practice using old training tools.
・You can firmly grasp the basics of makiwara punching, three battles, and more.
・Kinjo Sensei lived in Hawaii for a long time and is fluent in English.

Master info
NameTsuneo Kinjo
GradeGoju-Ryu 9th dan
PositionShihan of Jundokan

Tsuneo Kinjo Sensei was born in 1953 in Shuri, Naha City. He is a Hanshi 9th Dan. In 1971, Kinjo Sensei went to Hawaii which is where he studied under Masatami Tokumura, before his return to Okinawa in 1975 to train under Eiichi Miyazato at the Jundokan.
Currently being a Grand Master of the Jundokan and fluent in English, Kinjo Sensei teaches Goju-ryu to Japanese and foreign karatekas at the dojo headquarters. Kinjo Sensei also travels to place in Japan and overseas several times every year to teach.
And because of Kinjo Sensei’s personality and karate techniques, he has many supporters domestically and overseas.
Kinjo Sensei is currently the Vice Chief Director of the Okinawa Karate Kobudo Federation.

Lesson info

Program・Private Class
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Technological systemOkinawa Karate goju-Ryu  Kihon, Kata, Yakusoku kumite
Lesson time・18:00-22:20(Monday to Sunday)
Fee (not incuding TAX)Group lesson  8,000JP
Private lesson 20,000JPY
Rule・Black belt or your own belt if available.
・Respect the Grand Master and other students (if any).
Requirement・Your own drink
・Towel
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*Prohibited during training
*Sensei’s permission required
CertificateAgeshio version:○
*1 time traning ok
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