We are the official representative of the International Karate-Do Gojukai Association. Our parent organization is headquartered in Tokyo Japan and has presence in 70 countries across the globe.
At the K.G.I., our aim is to educate students in the art of Karate-Do, an art of self-defense and a pure and purposeful way of life.
Our students are spread across the country and train under Instructors in their respective Dojos. Students graduate from White Belt to the highest level of Black Belt through regular classes, camps and training seminars.
Each year, selected students take part in District, State, National and International Karate Championships, representing our Dojo and country. Here they achieve not only accolades but a sense of belonging to a Community across the world.
The K.G.I. is proud to say that we are currently training multiple reigning champions on the global Karate stage.
Karate is a great way to stay strong in body, mind and spirit and adds a sense of discipline and pride to many lives. People across the world train with their families and are able to broaden their friends circle with other members of the global I.K.G.A. Karate Community.
For women and children, Karate training offers a combination of correct breathing and posture, self-defense and street survival techniques. These qualities, if mastered at a young age, can add to a person’s character tremendously. The K.G.I. focusses on training women in self-defense in cities and rural parts of India so that they can feel safe and confident and travel fearlessly. We also impart training to schools across the country for young children as part of their sports curriculum.
Join us today and become part of a global community of achievers.
Canada I.K.G.A. Championship 2017
The K.G.I. is proud to be sending an Indian contingent replete with our Defending Champions and other aspirants to the 7th Karate-Do Gojukai Global Championships, Vancouver, Canada, 2017.
The International Karate-Do Gojukai Association was founded by Kaiso (Founder) Gogen Yamaguchi. Yamaguchi was born on 20th January, 1909 in Kagushima, Japan and was a descendant of the Samurai and the chosen successor of Master Miyagi in 1953.