The association includes training institutes nationwide where you can train in the various industries, in a variety of days and hours in localities:
Tel Aviv, Kfar Saba, Ramat Gan, Petah Tikva, Jerusalem, Ashdod, Aseret, Hod Hasharon Omer, and Kadima-Zoren.
The various martial arts which can be studied and trained on under the IKBF include both modern and traditional sectors:
KENDO: “Way of The Sword”, a modern art of sword-fighting, based on the traditional samurai swordsmanship.
Iaido: The art of sword drawing: unsheathing, striking one or several opponents and sheathing the sword.
Jodo: The art of fighting with a wooden staff against an opponent armed with a sword.
IKBF schools and institutions operate various practice and training programs for a wide range of ages in the sectors of Kendo, Iaido and Jodo.
Year of Establishment
The Israel Kendo and Budo federation is a member in the EKF – the top European Kendo Federation.
The IKBF is a member in Ayelet Sport organization – the Israely organization for non-olimpic sports, and the federation’s members are taking part in the annual Ayelet Games event in the city of Eilat.
For more information, please contact us:
Yosi Lurie – President of the Federation, Tel: 052-6449222, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Ron Katzir – Finance Secretary
Keren Okman – General Secretary