1-3 roving practices throughout the week
Last updated: Nov 13, 2018
A kendo club founded in 2017 and led by two third-dan teachers from China, it numbers about 40 members, ranging from around 15 to 50 years old. They accept children, and tend to focus . They don't require students to get armor; you can continue to practice with nothing but a shinai for as long as you like. They also offer match-oriented or one-on-one training for students who are preparing for exams. It's affiliated with the China Kendo Organizations Union (CKOU) and officially associated with the International Kendo Federation (FIK).
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