Dojo Info

Dojo Training

Whether you are a novice to Karate and would like to have beginner type training sessions in the birthplace of Karate, or an expert Karateka who would like to gain more experience from an Okinawan Grand Master, we are able to offer you training sessions in the Okinawan Karate styles Goju-ryu, Uechi-ryu, Shorin-ryu, and Ryukyu Kobudo. It is possible for us to offer also Shito-ryu training sessions.

Depending on the dojo, some sessions could be from Monday to Friday, while some could be on every other weekday. Most dojos are closed on Sundays and on National holidays. Training hours could be any 2-hour frames between 6pm and 10pm. For more information on dojo hours, training costs*, and what the dojo has to offer, please click on the style of your preference below. *Please note that dojo training session costs do not include any arrangement fees.

For information on the different dojos we offer training sessions at, please click on your preferred Okinawa Karate style below.


Before any training session, we conduct a short orientation at our office at least a day before the scheduled training. We will cover the training schedule, basic dos and don’ts of a traditional Okinawan dojo, and any other related contents.

We will also give background information on the sensei who will be conducting the training session. Overall the orientation will take from 30-45 minutes.

Original Ageshio Japan Certificate

After taking 4 or more training sessions, we will present each participant with a training completion certificate.

After taking 4 or more training sessions, we will present each participant with a training completion certificate signed by the Grand Master of that training. If more than one training is taken with the same Grand Master, then the certificate will be presented at the end of the final training session.

Cancel Policy

If you want to cancel your reservation, there will be a cancellation fee based on the following cancel policy.

 Estimate  Free
After application〜15 days before the activity day   25% cancellation fee
8〜14 days before   50% cancellation fee
 Within 7 days  100% cancellation fee


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