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International Budo association


As an internationally operating martial arts association IDOKAN EUROPA e.V. exercises, propagates and supports the Budo discipline of Ido as perpetual movement. The inner path (the mental power) and the school of perfect movement have top priority. Qualified masters, who back the ideals of Budo imperturbably, hold basic and advanced training courses in various styles.

In practice Ido means the line-up of actions, combinations and counter techniques – the idea is not to fight against each other, but with each other.
This principle can be applied to all Budo arts, such as Jiu-Jitsu, Judo, Karate-Do, Iaido et cetera. For this reason Budo arts are to be exercised without stylistic limitations and should not be administered or marketed.
Idokan is meant to be the home for Budo practitioners of all martial arts disciplines and styles.

Eight Principles of Bushido

Jin  to develop a sympathetic understanding of people   Rei to show respect for others 
 Gi  to preserve the correct ethics  Chi  to enhance wisdom
 Chu  to show loyality to one´s master  Shin  to be truthful at all times
 Ko  to respect and care for one´s parents  Tei  to care for the aged and those of a humble station



Modern Arnis / Knife - 10 years in the Jiu-Jitsu und Karate Schule Penzberg - Anniversary Seminar - MAMD - Idokan Europe

21 October 2017  13.00 - 17.30 Uhr and 22 October 2017  9.30 - 13.30 Uhr in Penzberg, Neue Sporthalle am Wellenbad

with W. Schnur 10. Dan/Kombatan; R. Herlt 8. Dan/Kombatan; T. Kosuch 6. Dan/Jiu-Jitsu; R. Notter 5. Dan/Kombatan; T. Zumpf 3. Dan/Modern Arnis; W. Fischer 3. Dan/Modern Arnis; R. Kinder 2. Dan/Modern Arnis; F. Gorgiel 2. Dan/Modern Arnis; F. Stallmann 2. Dan/Modern Arnis

Idokan Australia in Penzberg with Dan exams and Budo Seminar held by Shihan Kevin Walsh, Idokan Australia

Saturday 12 August, 2017     

Congratulations on excellent budo exams to Thomas Klima (1st Dan Jiu-Jitsu), Felix Wegener (1st Dan Karate), Michael and Tobias Lindinger (3rd Dan each). After the seminar with Kevin Soke Rudolf Gabert, Hanshi Idokan International, appointed Josef Holzmann, Renshi, and Kevin Walsh, Kyoshi, Vice-Presidents of Idokan International in honour of their long and successful commitment to Idokan.

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