Kendo Club at ISU

Kendo, meaning “the way of the sword”; is an armed Japanese martial art that is derived from ancient samurai swordsmanship (kenjutsu). Kendo uses bamboo practice swords called shinai and protective armor called bogu in vigorous training to build physical skills, sharpen mental focus, and develop discipline in one’s own character. The Kendo Club practices under the guidelines of the All United States Kendo Federation and is a member of the Midwest Kendo Federation. We practice to improve our knowledge in Kendo, cultivate discipline in our lives, and to create lasting friendships through training and competition.

Roster Size: 10

Practice Times: Monday and Friday at 6:00pm – 8:00pm and Wednesday at 5:00pm – 7:00pm

Practice Location: Forker 198

Governing Body: All United States Kendo Federation


Officer Contact Information:

President – Avinash Khatri –

Treasurer – Matthew Worthingtonbarnes –

Secretary – Zeynep Oghan –

Advisor – Matthew Hamann –

Advisor – Nolan Green –

How to Join

Contact one of the club officers listed above or check out the student organization website.

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