• Jodan no Kamae

To mold the mind, body and spirit.

  • Hasso no Kamae

To strive and improve in the art of Kendo.

  • Chudan no Kamae

To hold in esteem human courtesy and honour.

  • Gedan no Kamae

To associate with others with sincerity.

  • Waki no Kamae

To pursue the cultivation of oneself.

Kendo is a traditional Japanese martial art, which descended from swordsmanship and uses bamboo swords and protective armour. It combines martial arts practices and values with strenuous sport-like physical activity.

While Kendo has competitive aspects, the ultimate aim is for one to utilize the study of Kendo to train the mind and body, and to discipline the human character.

The Maltese Kendo Federation is a non-profit association. Its aim is to help develop the practice of Kendo in Malta and to promote the various registered kendoka in their practice, both locally and abroad.

The MKF is an affiliate of the European Kendo Federation, International Kendo Federation and Sport Malta.





Koseibukan Kendo Dojo

Where: Luxol Basket Ball Court - Triq Tobruk, Pembroke
When: Wednesday 7:30PM till 9:00PM

Sensei: Mr. James Zammit
 +356 9921 6871
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Koseibukan Kendo Dojo

Where: St. Theresa College - Triq B. Bontadini, Birkirkara
When: Saturday 12:30PM till 3:15PM

Sensei: Mr. James Zammit
 +356 9921 6871
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Kodokan Kendo Dojo

Where: Giovanni Curmi Higher Secondary School - Triq il-Kbira, Iklin
When: Tuesday and Thursday 5:30PM till 7:00PM

Sensei: Mr. Ivan Grech
 +356 7909 6581