Events

Jun
17
2016
Danzan Ryu Ohana 2016

This bi-annual event is to be the largest event of its kind in the world to date with over 100,000 square feet of convention space having 12 specific activity rooms and over 100 events consisting of training clinics, tournaments and demonstrations. In attendance will be some of the finest most respected martial artists and instructors in the world. This will be the MARTIAL ARTS EVENT you will be proud to say OHANA 2016, I WAS THERE!

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Nov
03
2015
2015 Seifukujutsu Class

Join us for a multi-day seminar covering all 52 techniques of Seifukujutsu and Kappo! Classes will be held at the Kailua Dojo, located at St. John Vianney's Church in Kailua, Hawaii. Registration fees include all sessions, daily lunch, snack and refreshments, and final dinner/get together. All participants will receive a certificate of completion for the course. Participants should be familiar with basic massage or Anma.

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Jul
31
2015
Camp Kokua 2015

Register now for this year's Camp Kokua, held on beautiful Grizzly Creek in Portola, CA. This year's theme is "Once In A Blue Moon". Check out the Camp Kokua site for more information!

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Jul
11
2015
Kaihewalu Gathering

Hawaiian Martial Arts Lua Halau O Solomon Kaihewalu Chow Hoon Kenpo Okazaki Dan Zan Ryu Jujitsu Mitose Ko Sho Ryu Kenpo Emperado Kajukenbo

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Jun
05
2015
Camp Kilohana

A weekend of training in Dan Zan Ryu Jiu Jitsu and related martial arts. Join us at beautiful Whiskeytown Lake, just outside of Redding California, for a weekend of training, camping, food and fun. We have reserved the Dry Creek group site for the afternoon of Friday June 5 through Monday June 8. Training is adults only (no kids classes this time).

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American Jujitsu Institute
c/o Daniel Saragosa, Vice President
1779 Koi Koi St. Wahiawa, Hi 96786
Phone: (808) 224-1142

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