Kent

Kent was where Kancho Bernard Creton founded Karate Jutsu Kai, and remains a major part of the Karate Jutsu Kai Association, with 10 different Dojos around the county.

Ashford

Kokusai Karate Jutsu kai has been affiliated with the town of Ashford for over 25 years, its doors having first opened to the general public in the early 1970’s at the request of the Borough Council. Based at the Stour Leisure Centre, Ashford was the first of many dojo’s across the country under the constant leadership of Kancho Bernard Creton.

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Brabourne

Part of the Ashford group of Dojos, Brabourne Dojo runs under the guidance of Shihan Alan Miller (5th Dan)

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Cranbrook

Cranbrook Karate club was founded in the late 1970’s by Sempai Clive Nickols, then in the late 1980’s it was taken over by Sempai Nigle Borne until the present instructor Sensei Simon Chaplin (3rd Dan) took over in 1999, over the years the club has found itself at different venues around Cranbrook, ending at the primary school in carriers road, where it has been for a number of years. Over the years the club has had many successes at competitions winning a large number of medals.

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Hamstreet

Part of the Ashford Group of Dojos, Hamstreet runs under the tuition of Sempai Danny Croft (2nd Dan).

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Maidstone

Kokusai Karate Jutsu kai has been affiliated with the town of Maidstone for over 40 years, its doors having first opened to the general public in the 1970’s. Originally based at the Mote Park Pavillion, Maidstone and later at the Westborough Sport’s Centre, it was one of the first of many dojo’s across the country under the constant leadership of Kancho Bernard Creton.

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Sevenoaks

Sevenoaks Karate Jutsu club was established over 25 years ago, and under the successful leadership of Shihan Russell Peacock (5th Dan) it was moved to the Sevenoaks Leisure Centre 15 years ago, where the club remained until 2010. Under Shihan Peacock’s leadership, the club remained popular and grew a solid foundation of high grade students.

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Tenterden

Chief Instructor Dai Shihan John Wilson 7th Dan and Sensei Sarah Maybourne 3rd Dan initially started Tenterden Karate Jutsu Kai in 1996 at Tenterden Leisure Centre and the club has been going strong ever since. We are not an ‘after-school’ club and train every Friday night throughout the year except public holidays and a break over Christmas.

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Thanet

June 2015 saw the opening of WIBK/Karate Jutsu’s new full time dojo in Thanet on the South East coast. The WIBK South East Branch KJK dojo is fully equipped with high quality permanent matting, heavy bags, pads and traditional makiwara. With additional Cross Fit equipment, the dojo also offers the ultimate in functional fitness training.

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