Koei Kan was founded in 1952 by Master Eizo Onishi and brought to the United States in 1954 by Professor Edward Kaloudis. The Florida Headquarters was founded in 1991 by Stephen C. Mason.

Koei Kan training enhances;

  • Self Reliance
  • Perseverance
  • Self Discipline
  • Respect
  • Personal Accomplishment

The Acedemy of Koei Kan features;

  • Individual Instruction
  • Personal course syllabus
  • Professionally trained Black Belt Staff
  • Mats for falling, rolling, and grappling
  • A full range of training equipment

Koei Kan Training is open to:

  • Adult Men
  • Adult Women
  • Children 5 years of age and up

The Academy of Koei Kan curriculum includes:

  • Proper technique execution
  • Body movement methodology
  • Oriental courtesy and language use
  • Methods of Offense and Defense
  • Goshinjitsu training (i.e. throwing, reaping, sweeping, joint manipulation, etc.)
  • Kata (prearranged form), designated moves (Bunkai), and Hidden moves (kakushite)
  • Kumite (matching), armored full contact (Bogu), free style (Jiyu), and basic (Kihon)


Koei Kan Geneology