Kubo Karate, Traditional Karate With a Traditional Master.More
In 1953, the International Karate Association was formed in Tokyo, Japan. Since its inception, the primary goal of the IKA has been to promote traditional Japanese Karate - specifically the Gosoku Ryu, Hard/Fast style, originated by Takayuki Kubota. In 1964, Grand Master Kubota relocated the Association's headquarters to the United States and was able to attract talented young students that later formed the core of the American branch of the IKA.
Under Grand Master Kubota's leadership, the IKA has achieved widespread recognition in the karate world, and has made important contributions in the tournament circuit. The IKA has consistently had winners in the karate tournaments internationally.
I am very pleased that I have found your Karate studio. I feel very welcome as a new student. I have found all staff/ instructors to be profoundly patient and beyond skilled on an exponential level. The most evident thing to me as a new student is: I feel the heart and joy of this Karate because everybody in the studio conveys that feeling. So for me.. if you want my input as a newcomer,I like... Read More
I've been to numerous Martial Arts companies in the Burbank and Glendale area. I know Karate myself and was searching for a dojo for my 8 year old son. International Karate Association is ---by far--- the best Dojo I've ever been too. Highly recommend. For example, the average class has 20 students and there will be 3-5 adult blackbelts helping. This is unheard of in most dojos. And every... Read More
I have taken karate in the U.S. as a child and I have also taken Aikido in Japan. I have visited more than 9 dojos before making a decision to join IKA and Grandmaster Soke Kubota. I located this dojo on the internet by doing some research. Most of the dojos I visited had no discipline and usually there was not enough instructors or owner present. I contacted IKA and I was invited to visit. It ... Read More
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