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Great place to organize a seminar or visit the museum.

The main training area is just great with beautiful wooden floors and walls. There are nice... read more

Reviewed October 14, 2019
Hannelez
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Kenai, Alaska
A must see if you are a martial artist

Our system just used this facility for a seminar and I was definitely impressed. This place is... read more

Reviewed October 13, 2018
miltonr738
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Jacksonville, United States
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854-1 Tomigusuku, Tomigusuku 901-0241, Okinawa Prefecture
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The main training area is just great with beautiful wooden floors and walls. There are nice bleachers for spectators, also made from beautiful wood. No drinks or food are allowed in the training area, but you bring a bag if you place it below the bleacher benches. There are nice
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I went there with little expectations as I had little interest in karate. But surprisingly I enjoyed the exhibit. There are interactive areas such as ‘weights’ to lift to let you try and experience how tough their training is, and hologram of flames that we have to give punches
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Our system just used this facility for a seminar and I was definitely impressed. This place is outstanding, with wood everywhere. The facility was extremely clean and well maintained. They have an exercise room with multiple heavy bags, traditional training tools, and
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I just knew that Karate was originated from Okinawa during I planned for Okinawa trip. Karate Kaikan was on my top list of my trip undoubtedly. Actually I'm not a fan of any kinds of martial art but I'm interested in local culture. Karate may be in a part of Okinawan culture I
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