Enshinkan Dojo is located in Long Island City teaches Muso Jikiden Eishin Ryu Iai Heiho and Kendo. Enshinkan derives its meaning from the Japanese kanji “shin” and “enso”, the prior representing the highest virtue Truth, while the latter has its origins in Zen philosophy. Enso, “the circle” is a richly profound image symbolizing a limited individual’s journey towards limitless Perfection. As the Japanese warriors of the past believed the path of the sword is a path to a Perfection, Enshinkan has adopted this image as the heart of their training; believing from the beginning of life there is Perfection;in the middle is the quest for Perfection; and the end, again, culminates in Perfection.Enshinkan is a AEUSKF member. 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.