Karate Web Dojo

an online service of the Nippon Karate-do/Kobudo Seishin-Kan

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  Welcome to the Karate Web Dojo -- the section of the Web-Dojo dedicated to promotion of authentic, traditional karate-do.  Here you will find information and resources to help you improve your understanding and performance of traditional karate-do.

Although the philosophy and techniques described here are Shito-Ryu karate-do, you will find they apply to any style you may be practicing.  Shito-Ryu shares common origins with Shotokan, Wado-Ryu, Shorin-Ryu, Goju-Ryu, . . . all the major traditional styles of Japanese karate-do -- and even the major Korean "karate" styles!  So browse around our site and use whatever you find helpful in your study and practice of karate-do.

Our goal is not to make you change your style, but to make you better at the style you practice . . . and by doing so draw all karate-ka into greater unity and harmony.  So, before you leave please visit our karate-do message board or send us an e-mail to let us know how we can improve our services to you.

What's New?

Keiko Hajime

Keiko Hajime is a traditional dojo celebration of the New Year.  During Keiko Hajime, members of the dojo rededicate themselves to their training for the coming year.  The festivities are marked by speeches, demonstrations, and plenty of fellowship among the dojo members.  For 2004, the Seishin-Kan will be celebrating Keiko Hajime at the Grant County YMCA at 6 PM, Monday, January 5, 2004.  We hope you can attend.

What would you like to see?

In the first two years of the Web Dojo, most of the content has been information we thought martial artists should know.  But, one of our major goals is to become one of the Internet's most important martial arts communities.  And we can't do that without your help.  What would you like to see at the Web Dojo?  What topics should we cover?  What techniques should we explain?  What will help you the most in your martial arts journey?  Please visit our message board and give us your suggestions for future Web Dojo articles.


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