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The Sogo Budojo was established in 1973 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Meiji Jingu Shrine. We aim to contribute to the development of a healthy spirit for the people of Japan by training the body and mind through the Japanese budo. There are four departments: Kyudo, Kendo, Judo, and Budo Kenshu (training in aikido and kenjutsu, etc.).
In addition, there are two courses: “Budo koza” for all students and “Seishonen shizen-juku” for young students.

Training date and time / Location

In Shiseikan dojo Practice is available every day (please see the training hours for each department on our website). However, the dojo is closed on national holidays.


Dojo nameMeiji Jingu Budokan Shisei-kan
RepresentativeDirector Tetsuya Udagawa
Official sitehttp://www.meijijingu.or.jp/shiseikan/index.html

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