Seizankai(青山会) was established in Minami Aoyama, Minato-ku, as a Minami Aoyama branch of Aikikai Foundation in April 2007.
It changed the name to Seizankai(青山会) in December 2011. With our members, Seizankai continues to foster the spirit of martial arts by refining mind, skill and body through Aikido.
Both beginners and experienced people are welcome to practice at Seizankai

  • Practice place:Hikawa Budojo
  • Date and time:Every Saturday from 13:00 to 15:00
  • Changing room, locker, shower available

Promotion tests are conducted twice a year. Dates are announced by instructor.
If promoted, register with Aikikai Foundation and required to pay the admission fee.

Manners at dojo

  • 1. Be polite to others, keep discipline, follow the teachings of the instructor with loyalty.
  • 2. Practicing seriously, in order to avoid injury or mistreatment.
  • 3. When training is over, clean the dojo. Keep the dojo clean all the time.
  • 4. Dojo is smoke-free.
  • 5. Do not practice under the influence of alcohol.
  • 6. In the dojo, honor "harmony" with each other, practice vigorously
  • 7. All injuries during training or other accidents will be the responsibility of the individual member.

September 24, 2018
"Miyamoto Tsuruzo Shihan special seminar" was held.
More than 80 people participated.
We would like to express our gratitude that we were able to practice with everyone who are aikido lovers.

Origin of Seizankai


Man leaves home with resolution and goals
He is determined not to go home until he accomplishes his goal.
There is always a place (= Seizan) you can maximize your capability wherever you go.
He should leave his home and be successful.

<将東遊題壁  釈月性>

The name Seizankai originates from a line of a Chinese poem by a Japanese monk Gessho Shaku.
Literal meaning of Seizan is blue mountain.
We hope our dojo becomes a place where you can free and maximize your capability just like a mountain with full of green.