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Fukasa Kai

57 Lake Road, Congers, NY
Rockland County

Rockland County

Kids Martial Arts
Just $69 for 6 Weeks!

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Cary Nemeroff: Magic Tree House Ninjas and Samurai Fact Tracker Samurai Sword Expert in Video Random House Book

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Traditional martial arts for those looking for something evolved, effective, and ever-inspiring.

Children's Classes

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“Soke instilled true passion for martial arts in my son, he also served as his teacher, mentor and a role model for years to come.” — M. Padway

Aiki-Jujutsu: Mixed Martial Art of the Samurai

Mondays, 8:15-9:45pm at the JCC in Manhattan, NYC

About Fukasa Kai

Fukasa-Ryu Bujutsu Kai (Profound System of Martial Arts Assn.) was established in the year 2000 by Cary Nemeroff, 10th Dan, Soke-Shodai, President/Headmaster

About the Soke

Cary Nemeroff, Soke, 10th Dan, author of Mastering the Samurai Sword (Tuttle Publishing, 2008) and Aiki-Jujutsu: Mixed Martial Art of the Samurai (Crowood Press, 2013)

Age-appropriate, non-competitive, supportive and fun Taught by Cary Nemeroff, M.A. Education in Rockland County, at 57 Lake Road, Congers, NY and NYC at the JCC in Manhattan, corner of 76th & Amsterdam Ave.

All programs are customized to accommodate the specific needs of the student population and engage the participants in a meaningful, structured physical activity.

For Fitness, Wellness or Honing Martial Arts Technique, nothing compares to one-to-one or small group training in our private training space or the comfort of your own home or studio.

In NYC at the JCC in Manhattan, UWS and Rockland County, Congers, NY at the new hombu dojo at 57 Lake Rd.  Karate – Samurai Sword – Aiki-Jujutsu – Judo – Kempo

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New Yorkers Discover Way of the Samurai


C. Nemeroff, Soke, Samurai Swordsman, Interview Broadcast on Japanese Radio Stations, 2009


New Mats for After-School Martial Arts Classes