2023 New Years Membership Offer

The Four Arts Offered at Itten Dojo

Effective January 1st, an individual membership in Itten Dojo will be $159 per month, while a family membership (to include a spouse and dependent children) will be $249 per month.

But persons enrolling in December or January, to commence training no later than February, can lock-in permanently the current membership rates of $139 per month for an individual, or $219 per month for a family. We do not use membership contracts.

Here are excellent reasons to choose Itten Dojo:
• You will be a member, not a customer.
• You will train in heritage martial arts with documented lineages tracing directly to Japan.
• You will have direct, regular access to some of the most-accomplished, highest-ranking instructors in the world.
• Our dojo is widely recognized as an exceptional source for traditional training, supported and endorsed by the Japanese Martial Arts Center (Ann Arbor, Michigan), the Reigakudo Foundation (Tokyo, Japan), Takeshin Dojo and the Nihonden Aikibujutsu Senyokai (Salem, Massachusetts), the Yamabushi Jujutsu Aikijutsu Ryu Association (Bronx, New York), the Shudokan Martial Arts Association (Ann Arbor, Michigan), the Japanese Budo Association (Tokyo, Japan), and Bugeisha Traditional Martial Artist magazine (Kane’ohe, Hawai’i).
• Rather than offering 30- to 50-minute-long classes, to maximize the number of people training on a given day (i.e., maximizing cash-flow), we maximize the training benefit to members by offering 90-minute classes and frequent open-mat periods.
• Our class sizes are small, guaranteeing you personalized, individual instruction from the chief instructor and highly-ranked assistant instructors at every practice.
• Because the arts we practice are not sports, the atmosphere in the dojo is always supportive and encouraging, rather than competitive. Members work together to ensure everyone’s success.
• In addition to the opportunity to train formally in shodo (calligraphy), all our arts will provide you insights to Japanese language, history, philosophy, and culture.
• Our dojo is a separate world, kept spotlessly clean and providing an environment that is, paradoxically, both serene and dynamic.

The benefits of training in traditional martial arts reach far beyond an ability to fight, and can — with enthusiasm and effort on your part — dramatically improve all aspects of your life. We know what training in these arts has done for us, and we’re excited to offer this opportunity to you. 

Please use the contact form on the homepage to make an appointment to observe training and discover whether any of the traditional Japanese martial arts are right for you. Visitors are always welcome!