"...The Bujinkan, or "warrior spirit hall", is a collective of nine distinct ryu-ha (lineages), each with their own characteristics. Students who study Budo Taijutsu learn techniques based on these nine ryu-ha as one collective martial art under the Bujinkan organization."

For information about attending classes at the Dayton Bujinkan Dojo, fill out the form below.

Dojo Location & Map:

Dayton   Bujinkan   Dojo

Martial   Arts   School

Welcome

Dayton Bujinkan Dojo, Inc. | Copyright 1997-2014. | Website created by ninjas in Dayton, Ohio.

Latest Update: June 30, 2014

Dayton Bujinkan Dojo Martial Arts School
5028 Hempstead Station, Kettering, Ohio 45429

T: 937-436-0725

dojo-info@daytonbujinkan.com

 

 

Welcome to the Dayton Bujinkan Dojo Martial Arts School website. 

 

The Dayton Bujinkan Dojo teaches Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu martial arts for adults seven days a week and children twice a week. Training consists of striking, grappling, weapons use, multiple attack and escape/reversal methods via repetitious practice and principle-driven training through the study of nine distinct lineages taught collectively as Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu.

 

The Dayton Bujinkan Dojo has been teaching in the Dayton, Ohio area since 1997. Its instructors have been training in the Bujinkan since 1991. As a Bujinkan Dojo, the school is licensed under the Bujinkan Hombu Shidoshi-Kai Association (International Bujinkan Headquarters in Japan).

 

The dojo's current accommodations include 5500 square feet of space, 100+ tatami-style training mats, two changing/rest rooms, and striking targets & practice weapons for all participants.

 

Links at the top of the page provide information about Bujinkan classes being held weekly for adults and kids. In addition, training seminars being held at the Dayton Bujinkan and neighboring dojo are also listed. Recent activity at the Dayton Bujinkan Dojo can be found in the Latest News section (link above). Finally, we invite you to visit our official Facebook webpage.

 

Thank you for visiting the Dayton Bujinkan Dojo website.