Club Info

Sensei Stevan Harrison 7th Dan JSKA

A class Examiner

A class Judge

A class instructor 

Keigo Abe sensei, 9th Dan

Chief instructor and founder of JSKA



The Keibukan are directly affiliated to the Japan Shotokan Karate Association, JSKA.


Sensei Harrison's first dojo opened in 1992 in Basingstoke.



Training fees as of 1st Oct 2017



Annual fee includes,

all lessons



kyu gradings

You can pay as you go, £40 per month or pay the annual fee.

visitor lesson, £5

Visiting from another dojo, £5 (must have a valid karate licence)




Alex graded to Junior Black Belt, Feb 2018


kyu gradings in 2018, first Monday and Thursday, Feb, April, June, Aug, Oct, Dec


Dan gradings results 2017

Stevan, 7th Dan 

David Cox, 4th Dan

David Fennell, 3rd Dan

Gill, 1st Dan






3rd JSKA European Championship photos

JSKA World Championship 2018,





Keibukan / JSKA 2017 Kata Championship

David Cox receiving his Yondan certificate 

Gill receiving her JSKA Shodan certificate from Sensei Stevan Harrison. 


Sensei Harrison presenting David with his 3rd Dan certificate. 

JSKA Championships


JSKA World Championship

1st 2002 Germany

2nd 2004 South Africa

3rd 2006 USA

4th 2008 UK

5th 2010 Portugal

6th 2012 Mexico

7th 2014 Italy

8th 2016 Namibia.

9th 2018 Russia


JSKA European Championship

1st 2013 Germany

2nd 2015 Scotland

3rd 2017 Hungary


   Dojo Niju Kun

   1    Never forget: karate begins with rei and ends with rei

    2    There is no first attack in karate

    3    Karate supports righteousness

    4    First understand yourself then understand others

    5    The art of the mind is more important than the art of the technique

    6    The mind needs to be freed

    7    Trouble is born of negligence

    8    Do not think karate is only in the dojo

    9    The training of karate requires a lifetime

    10    Transform everything into karate; therein lies its exquisiteness

    11    Genuine karate is like hot water; it cools down if you do not keep on heating it

    12    Do not have the idea of winning while the idea of not losing is necessary.

    13    Transform yourself according to the opponent

    14    The outcome of the fight depends on one's manoeuvres.

    15    Imagine one's arms and legs as swords

    16    Once you leave the shelter of home, there are a million enemies

    17    Postures are for the beginner; later they are natural positions

    18    Do the kata correctly; the real fight is a different matter

    19    Do not forget control of the dynamics of power, the elasticity of the body and the speed of the technique

    20    Always be good at the application of everything that you have learned.

Camberley Arena sports centre Monday 7.30pm to 8.30pm.

Yateley Manor School Thursday 7.30pm to 8.30pm

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