健生館 上田道場

健生館 上田道場

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道場・指導員について

What you can gain, learn, and build at Ueda Dojo

1.The joy of challenging new and difficult things and pushing your limits

Learn and challenge your own limits to become your ideal self. We empower our members to build the courage to take action not only in karate but also in life outside of the dojo. Believing in the potential of each individual, we help you achieve your goals--whether it’s goals like winning a tournament or earning a black belt or personal areas of self-improvement, such as strengthening your body/mind and improving your concentration--regardless of your age or years of experience.


2.Strength of the mind and body

Through daily training, the mind and body will become stronger and healthier. By facing our own physical/psychological limitations and continually aiming to improve our mind, body, and spirit beyond and despite these limitations, we can work together to develop true, inner strength, which helps people survive their greatest trials.


3.A “lifelong focus”  

The goal of Ueda Dojo is “lifetime karate.” It is a place where you can, through pursuing different karate goals, learn to develop your own beliefs and approaches. By coming to understand your own strengths and finding ways to face shortcomings, you will build your own values and develop your personal “core.”


4.Character and humility to connect with others in society

Through interactions with people of various walks of life, we train many of the qualities that are important in interacting with others, such as courtesy, thoughtfulness, and various means of self-expression. Through constantly communicating with, learning from, and even looking after teachers, seniors, and juniors, we develop virtues such as gratitude, respect, consideration, empathy, etc.


5.International mindset and diverse perspectives

Through cross-cultural exchange with students from over 200 countries that are members of the Japan Karate Association, students not only learn the language, culture, and values of other countries but also reflect on their own country and themselves to develop broad perspectives that are not bound by stereotypes.

About the Instructor(s)

Shihan Daisuke Ueda

Instructor (4th Dan), Japan Karate Association Headquarters dojo

Born in Kitakyushu City, Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan and started karate in 1989 at the age of 3

Early karate record/history:

  • In 6th grade, won the Gichin Funakoshi Cup World Tournament (France) in the age 12-13 category
  • Captain of the karate club of Konjo High School in Yamaguchi Prefecture, taking 3rd place in the kata division of the National Karatedo Championship and 5th place in the kata division of the Inter-High School Tournament
  • 2003: 45th National Karatedo Championship, 3rd place in the high school kumite division
  • 2003: 45th National Karatedo Championship, 3rd place in high school kumite division
  • 2005: Winner of the 47th National Karatedo Championship, High School kata division 

College and beyond:

  • 2006~2010: As a captain of Aoyama Gakuin University Karate Club, top 8 in kumite in the All-Japan Student Championships
  • 2011: Accepted into the instructor trainee program at Japan Karate Association Headquarters in Tokyo
  • 2012~2018: Prime Minister’s Cup National Karatedo Championship, kumite and kata division, top 3 for 7 consecutive years
  • 2013: Certified as an official JKA instructor at both the headquarters and various prefectures
  • 2014: Selected as a member of the Japanese National team
  • 2014: Runner-up kata champion in the 13th Gichin Funakoshi World Karatedo Championship, and won the team kata championship as a representative of Japan
  • 2015: 1st Gichin Funakoshi Cup Asian Karatedo Championship, 3rd place in kata and 3rd place in kumite
  • 2017: 14th Gichin Funakoshi Cup World Karatedo Championship, 3rd place in kumite, won the team kumite championship as a representative of Japan

Australia, France, England, Romania, Belgium, Germany, Norway, India, Usa,etc.

Instructor:Kaishi hakizume

2th Dan

  • Date of birth November 11, 1996
  • Place of birth Mie Prefecture
  • Academic history
    出身高校 御殿場西高校 
    出身大学 駒澤大学   
  • 第63回全国空手道選手権大会 
    形の部 優勝
  • 第2回アジア・オセアニア空手道選手権大会 
    形の部 三位

Through karate teaching to develop physically and mentally, I would like to teach to all of karate member passionately

Instructor:マーク ジャコブソン

  • Date of birth December 28,1971
  • Place of birth Minnesota, USA
  • Academic history
    Prior lake senior hign school
    Capella University in crininal justice
  • 2010- shotokan classic 3rd place kata
  • 2010- shotokan classic 2nd place Kumite
  • 2014- AAKF Nationals 1st place Enbu

I was able to learn so much of the Japanese culture from Karate, and also was able to stay both mentally and physically healthy.
I gained confidence in myself and made many connections, including forever friendship.
I will do my best to teach you all the beauty of Karate. Oss.

From 3 years old to 70 years old, “lifetime karate” is for all ages!

The Ueda Dojo advocates “lifelong・lifetime” karate that aims to evolve throughout life.

In fact, we have an example of a woman in her seventies who is able to kick at chin level through repeated training. Regardless of your age or gender, you will be able to overcome your own barriers and limitations through instruction tailored to your physical strength and goals.

PLEASE VISIT US TO LEARN MORE OR PARTICIPATE IN YOUR FIRST FREE CLASS!

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