Aikido Kenshukai Dojo

Aikido is a path that seeks the glory of victory through the realization of self-improvement and one's dreams. It is a concrete method of training that will lead you towards seeing the truth of all things and becoming able to handle them with both mind(heart) and body, Through training you will discover and develop a greater sense of freedom from the influences of power, violence, and fear that suppress and prevent you from realizing your full potential.


Our practice methodology employs natural unforced movements, so that anyone can improve and progress regardless of age or level of physical fitness. Please come and join us in the life-changing journey to a new you that is happy in both mind and body.

Please feel free to come and observe our class, whether you are new to aikido, or an experienced practitioner looking to improve even more (class observations are free of charge)!


 Our Aikido dojo is officially accredited by the Aikikai Foundation. We are also a member of the Osaka Aikido Federation

 We give utmost importance to making the teachings of the Founder fundamental to our practice; paying due respect to the successive generations of Aikido Doshu, and contributing to the development of Aikido. Our dojo was established in 1969 by Yamamoto Masujiro Shihan (deceased) with the help of Yamaguchi Seigo Shihan (deceased). Yamamoto Masujiro Shihan devoted himself to learning from Yamaguchi Seigo Shihan his principles and techniques over the course of a couple decades.

 Our dojo's guiding ideology is to honor the principles and techniques, passed from Yamaguchi Seigo Shihan to Yamamoto Masujiro Shihan, as part of our dojo's tradition and carrying on those principles and techniques in our Aikido practice and training.
 Note: Yamaguchi Seigo Shihan received instruction as an uchi-deshi (live-in student) of Aikido Founder Ueshiba Morihei, and devoted his life to teaching Aikido at Aikido Hombu Dojo. He also went abroad and taught Aikido (seminars) to many practitioners outside Japan.


(Original text by Yamamoto Masujiro Shihan (deceased), Translation by Norris)


Aikido Kenshukai Dojo


Honorary Shihan Yamaguchi Seigo Shihan (deceased)

                      (Aikikai 9th Dan, Hombu Shihan)


  Previous Chairman Yamamoto Masujiro Shihan (deceased)

                        (Aikikai 7th Dan, Aikido Kenshukai Dojo Shihan)


   Chairman Yamaguchi Tetsu Shihan   

                       (Aikikai 7th Dan, Aikido Kenshukai Dojo Shihan)


Chief Board Member Watanabe Osamu      

To protect against the risk of Corona virus transmission, we ask that if you are feeling ill or unwell, to please refrain from coming to the dojo.


Practice Schedule:Monday、Tuesday、Thursday、Saturday 

19:00~21:00 (7:00 P.M. to 9:00 P.M.)

 2nd Monday of the month is closed


※Practices are held even if it falls on national holidays.
※Exceptions are made around the end and start of the year.


Seminar Schedule Notice


The 29th Seminar by Yamaguchi Tetsu Sensei will be held on June 17th and 18th. Please check the Seminar page for more details.


Practice Cancellation Notice


Please note that class may be abruptly cancelled due to bad weather or other reasons.

Aikido Kenshukai Nakazaki Dojo Calendar

(稽古 = practice day) The schedule may be subject to change.

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For the most up-to-date information, please contact us by email at the address below.


June 21, 2020

The branch and affiliated dojos section has been updated (Japanese language only).

May 5, 2020

Our homepage has been updated, and several pages are now open for viewing (Japanese language only)

March 3, 2020

This is the new homepage of Aikido Kenshukai Dojo.

The old homepage ( is kept open as a legacy since it was made by our past Chairman, Yamamoto Masujiro, dating back when the Internet was just starting to take off in the 1990s.

For the latest information regarding our dojo, please stay on this here on the new homepage.


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