Kodokan School of Judo
For those who want to master Judo, the Kodokan offers classes. The program is authorized as a non regular school by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government. The courses include the theories and practice of Judo, and matters of general education.
The course is divided into two classes; Futsu-ka (Beginners Class 1 for 3 months) for novices, and Tokushu-ka (Beginners Class 2 for 9 months) for those who have completed the Futsu-ka. In Adult Division, it is planned so as to make one attain the First Dan after finishing the both two classes.
The Boys and Girls Division is open for children over 6 years old.
All classes are held from Monday to Saturday.
Kodokan is closed on Sundays and national holidays.
|Futsu-ka||Men's Division||3 months||Monday-Friday: 6:00pm-7:30pm|
|Women's Division||3 months||6:00pm-7:30pm|
|Tokushu-ka||Men's Division||9 months||Monday-Friday: 6:00pm-7:30pm|
|Women's Division||9 months||6:00pm-7:30pm|
|Boys and Girls Division||4:30pm-6:00pm|
When does the school starts, and when is the admission due?
Class starts from the 1st of every month and the final day for enrollment is the 10th each month.