Hyo Setsu Dojo

Traditional Japanese Swordsmanship

Curriculum

Kenjutsu

Traditional Japanese Swordsmanship,
and the core of the curriculum.

Iaijutsu

The art of drawing the blade.
This art combines beauty with the precision of the art.

Naginatajutsu

Techniques using the
long bladed pole arm, similar
to a western Halberd.

Jojutsu

The staff, approximately 4″ long traditionally thought of as a “walking stick”

Jujutsu

Hand to hand techniques.
These techniques are
intended to be an introduction
to Tanto (knife) skills.

Tantojutsu

Techniques involving the use of the Japanese short dagger, or knife.

About

Montreal Kenjutsu Dojo teaches a koryu or “old style” of kenjutsu. The style has been passed down 24 generations from the style’s founder. The curriculum still holds the elements taught by the founder such as Kenjutsu, Jojutsu, Iaijutsu, and others. The school is accepting dedicated and disiplined students from all walks of life (Students must be 18 years and older). Classes are conducted at the Loyola high school campus every Monday from 8pm to 10pm. Visitors are welcome, please call ahead (514) 557-3006 or by emailing quinn@montrealkenjutsu.ca in order to gain access.

Contact

+1 514 557-3006
7272 Sherbrooke Ouest
Montréal, Qc.
H4B 1R2
Canada

Contact

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