Martial Arts

Ki Aikido Training in Japan

Looking for a Ki Society dojo in Japan?

Ki Aikido Yoga

Aikido for International School Students in the Tokyo/Yokohama Area

All Japan Kendo Federation

The Kendo that we know now has a long historical background of development in Japan. In the middle of the 10th century, Nihon-To that had original features of Sori and Shinogi, was made.

Classical Ryute Karate

Taika Oyata has revealed to us a unique and precious art developed on the small island of Okinawa. This art and the people of this tiny island have made a profound influence on the world.

Golden Center, School of Shaolin Kung-fu

Golden Center training is designed to strengthen our health and to challenge us mentally, spiritually and physically. Martial arts are taught in this school but the primary focus is the spiritual aspect. The kung-fu and meditation work together to mirror the true self and help us drop the false self - ego.

IAF - International Aikido Federation

Here you can find information about Aikido, our organisation, the member federations from nations around the world, issues and projects on our agenda, Aikido events past and coming.

International Yoshinkai Aikido Federation

The IYAF is a volunteer organization which links together over 100 Yoshinkan Aikido dojos worldwide. Based at the Honbu dojo in Tokyo, Japan, the IYAF coordinates the certification of Yoshinkan practitioners ranked Shodan and above.

Japan American Butokukan Karate Association

Would you like to study one of the finest martial arts systems ever developed?

Japan Karate Association

The JKA is the most authoritative and by far the largest karate organization in the world, the keeper of karate's highest tradition.

K-1 Official Website

K-1 is a martial arts fighting sport which fuses centuries of tradition from martial arts such as karate, kung fu, tae kwon do and kickboxing (the "K") into a thoroughly modern and electrifying spectator sport, to determine the single best stand-up fighter in the world (the "1").

Kodokan Judo Institute

The Kodokan was founded in 1882 by the late Prof. Kano who himself had established Judo. Judo was derived from Jujitsu which had many names and schools. Jujitsu is an art for either attacking others or defending oneself with nothing but one's own body.

The Classical Martial Arts Resource; Home of the Classical Warrior Traditions of Japan series


The MultiDou's dojo concept is to be able to practice in a relax and motivated atmosphere different martial arts or activities which can help you to improve mind and body. To help you to eliminate your stress, loose your fat, just maintain your shape or learn a martial art or boxing technics. Everybody can find here the way to reach his own goals.

Nihon Sumo Kyokai

Your allround resource to the world of Sumo Wrestling; background information, tournament and ticket reservation.

Okinawa Budo

Ossu ! Welcome

Shinkageryu Hyoho

Kenjutsu, the classical art of Japanese swordsmanship, is an important part of Japanese martial arts and literally means "sword-art" or "sword-technique." Kenjutsu Master Tadashige Watanabe is the current head of the U.S. Marobashikai, which practices Shinkageryu, one of the most renowned sword-fighting styles in Japan.


The art of body movement ! Here you findcomprehensive information of Shintaido and other martial arts from Japan

The Karate World

When you want to learn real Karate, or want to find what Karate is, this is the right page to visit.

What is Naginata ?

The naginata, a long pole with a sharp curving sword blade at one end, like the spear and sword is one of the ancient weapons of Japan.