We follow the master text and teaching methods of Japan Karatedo Federation (JKF)
a public utility foundation, and teach children the karatedo with a future, that is,
the karate they can put into practice in P.E. and martial arts classes in junior high and high school.
Through the instruction as above, we aim to nurture in our young members the resilient mind and body
and train them to attain black belt, an official dan rank.
We have 16 classes from Monday through Saturday at three different dojos
(10 at the Kiyota Ward dojo, 2 at the Atsubetsu Ward dojo, and 4 at the Chuo Ward dojo).
We are a member of Sapporo City Junior Sports Clubs, Sapporo Region Karatedo Federation, and Hokkaido Karatedo Federation.
We aim to train our members to attain black belt, an official dan rank.
We practice karatedo as a martial art as well as sport in order to build a healthy body, acquire good manners,
master skills for self-defense, and nurture a sense of comradeship.
Our practice includes instruction on courtesy, coordination training, exercises for building up basic strength,
practice at basic techniques, kata, and kumite, and instruction on self-defense.
Learning and thinking about karate techniques help develop the ability to concentrate, which leads to a higher academic ability.
Syudokan Karate-Do sports association
Shudokan Karatedo Junior Sports Club is a Shotokan-style dojo where people of all ages ranging
from preschoolers to adults enjoy practiing together. We teach both kata and kumite at the same levels.
We welcome overseas visitors who practice the Shotokan-style karate as well as those who practice any of the other three styles:
Wado, Goju, and Shito. You are welcome to join us in training.
We can provide you with information on accommodations near our dojo.
The average price is about 5,000 yen/night (no meals included). For more information, contact us at
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