Koei-Kan Karate-Do Hombu Dojo
||Koei-Kan is an original style of Karate-Do that can be traced back to its origins in China and Japan. Koei-Kan Karate-Do was brought to the United States in 1954 by Edward Kaloudis with the permission of Koei-Kan founder Kancho Onishi Eizo.|
In recent years the Koei-Kan system of Karate-Do has enjoyed continuous growth throughout various areas of the globe, although its fame is still limited to some extent.
Quality as opposed to quantity has always been a general rule concering the promulgation of Koei-Kan. This has perhaps been somewhat detrimental to a rapid expansion
of the system, however, it has most certainly aided in the maintenance of high ideals and standards.
The Hazel Park, Michigan dojo serves as the National Headquarters (Hombu) for the Koei-Kan system. It has been in the same location for 30 years, which is extremely rare for a karate dojo.
The chief instructor at the Hombu dojo is Shihan Mike Brown, 6th degree black belt (Rokudan). For more information on Brown Sensei, click here.