Toyama Ryu Iaido is a Japanese sword art established around 100 years ago by a group of Japanese swordsmen. It embodies the art of drawing and using a single sword from a standing position. It involves basic cutting techniques, basic kata, advanced two-man kata, and a variety of cutting patterns. It teaches not only drawing and cutting techniques, but also the mental and spiritual aspects that governed the daily lives of swordsmen. Hong Kong Toyama-Ryu Iaido Association (HKTIA) is a non-profit voluntary organization that promotes Toyama-Ryu Iaido in Hong Kong. Members of the HKTIA are allowed to take part in ranking examinations and competitions organized by the "Zen Nihon Toyama Ryu Remei". Please check out the Q&A to understand more about our club and Iaido.
The Hong Kong Toyama-Ryu Iaido Association conducts courses that are open to the public. We welcome anyone interested Japanese swordsmanship. Please check out Q&A to understand more about the course.
Tuesday (7:30pm to 10:30pm)
Thursday (7:30pm to 10:30pm)
Saturday (1:30pm to 4:00pm)
2/F, 168 Wai Yip Street, Kwun Tong, Kowloon, HK
(10 mins walk from Kwun Tong MTRC）
HK$800 per month (3 training sessions per week)
* Uniform, Japanese sword, cutting mats and other accessories are for students’ own expense. Students who do not have their own equipment can consider purchasing an "Iaido initial set" comprised of a full uniform and a practice (non-cutting) sword, together with the fee for the first month of practice for HK$2,500. Please feel free to contact us for details or more information.