Bushido USA Dojo
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"We will shape you like a blacksmith shapes a sword."

At BushidoUSADojo, we strive to empower students to tackle challenges and gain new experiences. Below you’ll find the information you need about our courses, our team, and our methodology. Can’t find what you’re looking for? 

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Bushido USA Training Programs

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Kobudo

What is Kobudo?

 Ryukyu kobudo is a hand-weapon art that finds its origins in the ancient Ryukyu Islands (present-day Okinawa). It uses a variety of long and short weapons, typically including the bo (staff, also known as kon), sai (iron fork), tonfa (millstone handle), nunchaku (horse bridle), and nicho kama (two sickles). Each has unique features, making them unlike other weapons found around the world.

          The weapon art of Ryukyu kobudo and the weaponless art of karatedo were originally two sides of the same coin. While karatedo became remarkably popular, however, Ryukyu kobudo remained relatively unknown. Master Yabiku Moden (1878-1841) and Master Mabuni Kenwa (1889-1952) were concerned about this and worked to promote Ryukyu kobudo and preserve its kata.

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Judo Program

Part of US Judo Federation

Judo sessions begin with a thorough warm up. Students, or Judo-ka, are taught according to their level; beginners learn how to fall properly (break falls) and the basics, through to intermediate and advanced techniques. Participating school of the US Judo Federation.

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Karate Program

Shotokan - Part of US Karate Federation

Authentic Shotokan Style. Real-world self-defense. Learn how to manage yourself in potentially aggressive or dangerous situations - Confidence, Fitness & Strength! Proud member of the United States Karate Federation

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Karate Jutsu Program

Growing Together

Martial arts were designed for the battle field against equally skilled opponents which is reflected in the Jutsu aspects of our training. Most lessons include some kata practice in the warm up and then progresses to spend most of the lesson working with different partners on specific techniques either as a group or specific for your grade. We provide students with every aspect of potential combat like grappling or ground fighting, throws, locks, striking.

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Get in Touch

3824 Barrett dr. (At the end of the building - lower ground)

Raleigh, NC 27609

919-977-9700

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