Karate-dō, the way of the empty hand, is the most powerful unarmed combat art. Karate is relatively new to Japan, introduced by Funakoshi Gichin from Okinawa, less then 100 years ago. It has since evolved gaining distinct Japanese characteristics such as deep powerful stances used in Kenjutsu (Japanese Swordsmanship).
Nippon Karate-dō Genwakai is the style of karate taught at Ohio Budōkan. Self-improvement is integral to this style of karate. Our curriculum consists of perfecting basic blocks, kicks, and strikes. Our Karate students learn to attack with total commitment, concentrating physical and spiritual energy into a single technique of overwhelming power. Please consult licensed instructor Bill Bryant for details.
Tuesday 7:15 - 8:45 pm
Thursday 7:00 - 8:30 pm
Club dues are $50 per month. This fee will grant you access to two classes a week and special events held throughout the year. Payments are made on a monthly basis, due the first week of each month. There are no contracts, and the first class is free.
The Genwakai Karatedo class is led by licensed instructors with 15+ years of experience. Please feel free to contact Ohio Budokan, or Mr. Bill Bryant directly with any questions or concerns.
High ranking members in Genwakai work with each other to contribute to this wiki site. This is done to improve understanding and performance of techniques across all students of Genwakai America.
Lower ranking members are encouraged to visit the wiki when learning new techniques.