Karate experience tour in Tokyo.
What this tour features:
‐ You can learn about the martial arts culture and history of Japan.
‐ You can experience Ita-wari (smashing 1-cm thick wooden plates), which contributes to raise your feelings of achievement.
‐ Our instructor demonstrates karate "kata" form during the course.
‐ The instructor is a former member of the Japan National Team, who appeared in the world karate championship, with the rich experience of teaching international students.
For international school trip students
What this tour features:
- Students can learn about the martial arts culture and history of Japan as part of school education.
- Each student can experience Ita-wari (smashing 1-cm thick wooden plates), which contributes to raise their feelings of unity and achievement.
- Our instructor demonstrates karate "kata" form during the course.
- The instructor is a former member of the Japan National Team, who appeared in the world karate championship, with the rich experience of teaching international students.
Plate breaking by students
Learn culture and history
Concentration through meditation
Karate kata form demonstration
[Woman Karate master] Mika Hamai
- 5th Dan of Kyokushin Karate, and a former member of the Japan National Team
- Bachelor Degree at the Faculty of Commerce, Chuo University
- Certified childminder, approved by Shin Hoiku Gakkai
・as the head of Kyokushin Hamai Group, one of the worldwide Kyokushin groups after taking it over 5 years ago.
・over the Karate school in Tokyo, friendly to children and beginners, operating 3 Karate dojos in Nakano-sakaue, Yoyogi-uehara, and Yotsuya and teaching about 300 students.
Childhood: Started to learn karate at the Kyokushinkaikan Ishikawa headquarters.
2002: Appeared in the World International Karate Championship as a member of the Japan National Team.
After graduating from Chuo university, went to China and engaged in establishment and operation
of the Dalian headquarters for about 4 years.
2011: Completed the 30-person Kumite sparring,and achieved the 3rd Dan.
2016: Launched her own Karate school, after working at Recruit (currently RLS) for 4 years.
Ikebana flower arrangement /Reading books /Traveling / Studying world history / Art appreciation / Speaking Chinese
[Promotional officer] Hiroshi KATO
- Promotional officer of Japanese companies and culture
- Graduated from the faculty of Literature, Waseda University
Hiroshi is the secretary general of Kyokushin Hamai Group, backing up Mika and other members for general affairs and global marketing. He also manages a translation company, Techno Pro Japan, Inc., and serves as secretary general of Glocal Solutions Japan, a global development organization in Japan, supporting the overseas promotion of Japanese companies and culture.
Shinjuku Dojo (Nakano-sakaue station)