Contact the Seishin-Kan

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We encourage you to contact the Nippon Budō Seishin-Kan with any questions or concerns you may have about us or the products and services we offer, so we provide several ways for you to communicate with us:  email, phone, letter, or Facebook.  Below you will find the information you will need to contact us by whichever of these methods best suits you.

Regardless of the method you choose, we will endeavor to respond as quickly and accurately as possible with the information you are seeking.

Seishin-Kan Contact Information


Karate-doMailing Address

Nippon Budō Seishin-Kan
PO Box 8684
San Antonio, TX 78208-0684

Email Contacts

General Enquiries: (regarding membership or general information)
Customer Service: (regarding purchases or website issues)
Pellman (to schedule seminars or appearances)


( USA (Country Code 01):  830.350.0061


To observe a training class in progress, please visit us at the Victory Dōjō. Guests are always welcome!


Seishin-Kan Facebook Page

Posted by Pellman Sensei on September 25, 2006
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Facebook Page

The Nippon Budō Seishin Kan uses its Facebook page as its primary means of announcing news, upcoming events, and information like schedule changes to members of the dōjō.  So the best way to stay informed about the latest developments at the Seishin-Kan and Victory Dōjō is to "like" us on Facebook.

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KOKR Contact Information

Posted by Sakakibara Keiko on September 25, 2006

Kokusai Okinawa Kobujutsu Renmei (KOKR) Mon

Mailing Address

Kokusai Okinawa Kobujutsu Renmei (USA)
PO Box 8684
San Antonio, TX  78208-0684

( USA (Country Code 01) 830.350.0061


Knowledge is Power!

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Knowledge is indeed power, and ignorance can be a fatal flaw. So we encourage all budōka to be informed about any and all matters affecting their lives.

Thus, while we discourage participants from disrupting instruction with questions, we strongly encourage members, guests, and the public to contact us before, after, or even away from class and ask questions ... particularly the questions that concern them the most!

To remain silent and allow a serious question or concern to go unswered is an inexcusable form of ignorance, because it is self-imposed.

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