Taking too long? Close loading screen.

Ryū shinkan Goju karate

Ryushinkan-Goju Karate is a karate style that is close to the more famous Shotokan karate. Founder and founder was Shohitsu Nakajima Sensei.
The origin of all karate lies with the Chinese martial art Wushu. On the basis of this martial art originated in Okinawa various karate styles. Nakajima Sensei developed since 1934 in Japan his own karate style with elements of the Shorin-ryu and intertwined it with Shorei-ryu Goju-ryu karate Chojun Miyagi. This new style was then enriched with ancient techniques from Chinese Kempo.
Around 1960 it evolved ryū Shinkan - Goju Karate in the direction of modern karate by entering the Shiai (sporting battle for points with the referee). In the late seventies Nakajima Sensei was in charge of 53 dojos spread across countries including Japan, Sweden, Malaysia, USA and ... Belgium. He died in 1981. Fujita Daygoro, one of his main assistants took over the task as head teacher of the ryū Shinkan - Goju karate.
Ryu Shinkan - Goju literally means:
Ryū: school
Shin: spiritual
Kan: community
Go: hard
Ju: smooth
Goju Indicate here on the hard techniques (GO) and smooth movements (JU), which are so typical of our style.


Drie Eikenstraat 363, 2650 Edegem


Mon: 20:00 - 22:00
Thu: 20:00 - 22.00
Fri: 18:30 - 19:30 (youth)
Fri: 19:30 - 20:30 (youth, advanced)
Fri: 20:30 - 21:30
Sun: 11:00 - 12:00 (youth)
Sun: 12:00 - 13:00 (youth, advanced)


Sensei Van Rompaye Jorn
Mobile: +32 497 43 22 41