Goshinkan is a "traditional" school of martial arts, meaning that we observe the traditions, customs and practices of the original Samurai arts. It is our goal to practice, promote and endorse both traditional and eclectic forms of authentic Japanese Budo.

Please be advised that Goshinkan International Hombu Dojo is a private Dojo. Please be sure to make the proper arrangements in securing an appointment with the Hombu Cho before you visit. There is an application process that we adhere to. Our Dojo is not a commercially operated Dojo. Therefore, be sure to call or contact us before visiting any of our classes.

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The Chief Instructor of Goshinkan, D. Chase began his study of martial arts in 1974 in the discipline of Moo Duk Kwan (Tae Kwan Do), under the leadership and direction of Sabumnim Bill Timme at the Ridgewood YMCA. He was introduced to the art of Jujutsu through O'Sensei Michael DePasquale, Sr. (deceased) of Yoshitsune Jujitsu and Hakko-ryu Jujutsu. He continued his study of martial arts under the leadership and direction of Bill Smith, Hanshi in the disciplines of Aikijujitsu, Ken-jutsu, and Karate-Do. Chase, Sensei was awarded the status of Menkyo Kaiden (License of Full Proficiency) by Smith, Hanshi in September, 2010.

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