Welcome to

Japanese Martial Arts Centre

Western Australia

Contact Us  jmacincwa@gmail.com

Dojo : Unit 6, 1 Emplacement Crescent, Hamilton Hill, Western Australia

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Fitness, Focus & Fun in a friendly atmosphere with highly qualified instructors






Aikido, Katori Shinto ryu, Jodo, Iaido

The discipline of martial arts is for everyone, women, men

and children.  At JMAC improve your fitness and concentration

and  learn about Japanese culture.

Training for a calm mind, a fit and flexible body and respect

for others.

At Japanese Martial Arts Centre, practitioners can study Aikido, Katori Shinto ryu, Jodo and Iado. Each art directs you to unify mind, technique and body. The challenges in the dojo help us understand ourselves more fully, enhance our sense of morality, and cultivate a respectful and courteous demeanour. The martial arts serve as a path to self-perfection. This elevation of the human spirit will contribute to social prosperity and harmony, and ultimately benefit the people of the world.

About Us

Japanese Martial Arts

Learning the martial art of Aikido means learning about oneself, increasing one's self awareness and awareness of others.

To perform effective Aikido we learn to move from our centre, and blend with the attacker's movement rather than trying to block it. Rather than strength, timing and the power of movement makes aikido techniques effective.


Katori Shinto Ryu, classical Japanese martial arts was designated as an intangible cultural property in Japan. Included in its martial curriculum: iaijutsu, kenjutsu, bojutsu, naginatajutsu, jujutsu, shurikenjutsu, ninjutsu, sojutsu, senjutsu (tactics), and chikujojutsu (field fortification art). Correct posture and balance opens the way for concentrated energy of mind and body to focus on one specific goal, excluding all extraneous thoughts.


Jodo is a Japanese martial art of the stick or short staff (Jo). The jo is 127.5cm in length (4 shaku, 2 sun, 1 bu) and 2.4cm in thickness and is usually made of Japanese white oak. In general practice, the jo is used against a bokken (wood training sword) in a paired kata training regime.

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Iaido pronounced “ee-eye-doh” and Iai Jutsu are primarily concerned with the drawing of the sword (batto) and the dispatching of the enemy in a clear and decisive manner.

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A dojo is a miniature cosmos where we make contact with ourselves - our fears, anxieties, reactions and habits.

Nothing is impossible to willing mind.


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