The KNBK  – Kokusai Nippon Budo Kai was founded in 2007 by Masayuki Shimabukuro, Hanshi and is an international organization dedicated to the preservation and continuation of the teachings of traditional Japanese koryu and gendai martial arts.

Affiliated  Organizations

Our Dojo's maintain active memberships with these internationally respected organizations

Welcome to our NYC Budo...

Enshinkan Dojo is located in Long Island City
teaches Muso Jikiden Eishin Ryu Iai Heiho and Kendo. Kendo is run by Mark Bieri, sensei of Kenzen Dojo in Manhattan and the KNBK MJER Kenkyukai is run by Morgan Hooper, sensei.Enshinkan is a AEUSKF member and affiliate of Kenzen Dojo in Manhattan. You can visit Enshinkan's site here.

Masakatsukan Dojo
is located in Huntington Station, Long Island and teaches Aiki Jujutsu and the koryu art of Muso Jikiden Eishin Ryu Iai Heiho. Masakatsukan Dojo started in 2008 in Queens, NY, originally teaching at the Shotokan school of the late Miyazaki Toyotaro, Hanshi. Masakatsukan has now moved to Long Island and is offering authentic traditional and koryu budo.

Bayside Dojo 
is located in Queens, NY and teaches Shindokan Aiki Budo.  This dojo is located within the Miyazaki Karate Dojo and is a member dojo with an established student base.

NYC and Long Island's School of Traditional Jujutsu, Classical Japanese Sword Arts and Kendo

Thank you for visiting our site! NYC Budo is a local cooperative organization between 3 affiliated schools in the Long Island and NY Metro area. Each school offers training in a number of classical and modern Japanese martial arts (Budo). Our aim is to provide those looking for authentic Japanese martial arts a place to call home and train in arts that are rare to find in the area. We offer training in Japanese koryu and gendai martial arts consisting of Seito Muso Jikiden Eishin Ryu Iai Heiho (Iaido & Kenjutsu), Aikijujutsu (Hakkoryu/Daito Ryu Lineage) and Kendo (AUSKF).

NYC Budo

Aiki Jujutsu | Iaijutsu | Kendo | Self Defense | Goju-Ryu