Taikijyuku welcomes new members. If you are interested in bushido or if you would like to learn about the spiritual culture and the roots of the Japanese samurai, please come and join us.
Observation is free and open. Anybody who would like to take a casual look is invited to visit the school during training hours. Trial experience in training is free of charge. Please don’t hesitate to contact us.
You can check the location of the Taikijyuku training space at the reception of the Senshinkan. Members of Taikijyuku train wearing white tabi (split-toed socks).
Instruction and training are offered according to the student’s degree of proficiency in a wide variety of martial arts including iaido, kenjutsu, bojutsu, hanbojutsu, shurikenjutsu, suemonogiri, naginatajutsu and jujutsu.
Anybody who is a junior high school student or older is qualified, regardless of age, sex or experience. We provide closely supervised training according to each student’s individual physical strength and proficiency level. Rest assured that you will enjoy the practice even if you are not confident of your physical strength. Please note in advance, however, that anybody judged likely to abuse martial arts will be declined. We will conduct an initial interview to determine the potential student's aptitude.
Message from Shihan
With the awareness of being a keeper of Japanese culture, I apply myself to my training every day.
I may seem somewhat severe but am actually very friendly.
I like history and costume dramas and have always been interested in old martial arts.