(3rd floor of the Old Church Mall)
Yama-ji Kan Dôjô is a school of traditional Japanese martial arts (Budô) located in Webster, NY USA.
[ Click on the picture for more information on Yama-ji, applying for membership and dôjô fees. ]
Instruction is offered in the following arts:
Karate is primarily a method of unarmed self-defense derived from Chinese kung-fu and indigenous Okinawan civil fighting traditions. Karate's emphasis is on forging the body into a weapon. Seibukan karate is a Japanese style of karate derived primarily from Shotokan karate.
Judô / Nihon-ryû Jujutsu:
Judô is defined as a martial art, a way of spiritual harmony, recreational activity and a Olympic level sport.
Shin Tenshin Shin'yo-ryû Bujutsu:
The main purpose of bujutsu (military arts) were to train and prepare the samurai for battlefield combat. Various tactics in armed and unarmed combat were studied. Central to this was study of the bow (yumi), sword (tachi), and spear (yari).
The Weekly Schedule indicates when the dôjô is open and provides an outline of the class times throughout the week.