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我們香港劍道的練習是由香港最資深及已考獲全日本劍道連盟(AJKF) 的八段資歷老師執教在香港劍道協會及康樂及文化事務署(LCSD)協作下,以及根據國際劍道連盟(FIK)所訂定的原則上推廣劍道及居合道的技術、文化和理念,並在多種語言環境的教學情況下(英語、廣東話、日語)與來自世界各地不同段位的研習者共同修煉及精進

Our Kendo dojo in Hong Kong is instructed by one of the world's highest grade (8 dan AJFK) instructor. Cooperating with Hong Kong Kendo Association and LCSD in promoting Kendo and Iaido to general public, leading high level classes for beginners and seniors in technical, cultural and philosophical aspects following International Kendo Federation orientation. Multi-lingual environment (English, Chinese, Japanese) with practitioners also from different parts of the globe. 


Inquiries by 
Phone: 6253-8363 (Hina)
Whatsapp: 6392 4663 (Christine)

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Kendo & Iaido demonstration (Charity Event)



2018  Atsugi Kendo Championships

Men Final Match - Champion Glenard Kwok
Ladies Final Match - Champion U Sa Pitty

From Left: U Sa Pitty, Glenard Kwok, Vince Lam

If you cannot find the video you are looking for, go to our archive in 
Shoujinkan videos

第十七屆世界選手權大賽
郭泓翰勇奪敢鬥獎


香港劍道史上首塊香港男子代表的敢鬥獎,於第十七屆世界選手權大賽中。 由精進館的館員郭泓翰獲得。這項殊榮給予香港練習劍道的人很大的鼓舞。
郭泓翰作為首位使用二刀的香港選手,於比賽中勇敢挑戰來自台灣的六段選手。三段的郭泓翰選手於比賽中展示出不屈的武士道精神,並奠定2-0的賽果。郭泓翰選手的意志力及忍耐力令全球的劍道家大開眼界。
除了郭泓翰選手,有不少的精進館館員亦有代表香港出戰是次世界賽,並為邁向成功而貢獻良多。
這次是香港代表隊史上第二次於預賽中脫穎而出。而由精進館館員展示的非凡精神和意志力實為道場的驕傲。岸川老師,精進館館長兼香港代表隊總教練,亦培育不少於世界水平中活躍的精英。
第十七屆世界選手權大賽不止是精進館史上的里程碑,而是整個香港劍道界的。亦相信館員們會繼續於世界水平的劍道中作出貢獻。

17th World Kendo Championships

Fighting Spirit Award to Glenard Kwok!

The 17th WKC (World Kendo Championships) witnessed for the first time in Hong Kong kendo history where the ‘Fighting Spirit Award’ was presented to a Hong Kong men's national team member. Glenard Kwok, member of Shoujinkan, was the proud recipient of this award and is an inspirational figure to all those practicing kendo throughout Hong Kong.

Glenard Kwok - in his first time Fighting Spirit Award for Hong Kong

Glenard Kwok represented the Hong Kong national team as the first Nito-ryu (two sworded) captain in Hong Kong history. In the face of a towering challenge against a 6-dan senior from Taiwan, 3-dan Glenard Kwok exhibited the Bushido spirit of never giving up until the end, finalizing the result in 2-0 to Glenard; this determination and perseverance is an eye-opener for all kendoka around the globe.

Glenard during the captain's match against Taiwan

Besides Glenard Kwok, many Shoujinkan members represented the Hong Kong national team and contributed greatly to the successes which Team Hong Kong have attained in the 17th WKC.

Shoujinkan members from the left: Joseph Chan, Joana Chan, Bonnie Ngan, Glenard Kwok, Kishikawa sensei, Queennie Yau and Usa Pitt

This is the second time in kendo history where the Hong Kong national team has left the pools of the WKC, and the spectacular spirit and willpower displayed by the participating Shoujinkan members are the pride of the dojo. Kishikawa sensei, master of Shoujinkan and head coach of Hong Kong team, has fostered many talents who have performed spectacularly at the international level.

The 17th WKC is a hallmark not only in Shoujinkan history, but in the whole Hong Kong kendo community, and it is without doubt that the proud members will continue to contribute to the international stage of kendo.

Hong Kong team delegation of the 17th WKC

Related links of articles in the Hong Kong media:

1) Article about Hong Kong team (before the Championships)
武備志/230664/劍道-港隊明赴日本集訓-迎戰仁川世錦賽

2) Article about the achievements of Hong Kong team at the 17th WKC



Inquiries by phone: 6253-8363 (Hina)

Whatsapp: 6392 4663 (Christine)

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