Nihon Tai Jitsu

Classes are held every Sunday from 6.30 to 8.30pm at SCAA’s Judo dojo (Causeway Bay). Registration is to be done with SCAA directly. Fees for this weekly session are HKD200/month, in addition to an annual membership to SCAA (HKD120/year).

As we are part of the FMNITAI (World Nihon Tai Jitsu Federation), all Nihon Tai Jitsu students are required to take their annual license (HKD20) and to have the federation passport for rank certifications (HKD100, valid 8 years).

Kishinkai Aikido

Classes are held on Wednesdays from 7 to 9pm at the Musokan dojo in Wong Chuk Hang, and 11am to 12.30pm in HKU’s Wei Lun Hall. Fees are HKD80 per session (free for HKU students in Wei Lun Hall).


Classes are held on Tuesday and Thursday from 8 to 9.30pm in Tiu Keng Leng Sports Centre. Fees are HKD100 per session.


We host seminars on a regular basis in all three martial arts. Details including topic, location and fees are communicated to the students in advance.

Uniform and conditions

A keikogi (judogi or karategi) is required for indoor classes, and potentially a hakama for Aikido. These can be found in various places in Hong Kong. When training takes place outdoor, any sport equipment is fine.

Classes are available to anyone over 14. For growth reasons, we do not accept students below 14 to avoid any risk of injury when practicing locks. The classes are progressive to help everyone improve.

For more information or for a trial session, don’t hesitate to contact us!