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Head Instructor Of The Martial Arts Of Shinkan-ryū Kenpō

The founder and current head instructor of Shinkan-ryū Kenpō is Saneteru Radzikowski. With the vision of creating swordsmanship training that bases itself on the safe and proper technique of the Japanese sword (katana), Mr. Radzikowski extended his education in Iaijutsu, Kenjutsu, Jojutsu, and Kendo. Studying the arts of koryū, he expanded and refined techniques so that others worldwide could enjoy learning this type of art.

Mr. Radzikowski is a certified Massage & Craniosacral Therapist. He began his martial arts experience with Yang family Tai Chi Chuan in 1993. Beginning in 2003, he started his study of Kendō and Iaidō.  Through Kendō, he became intensely interested in the art of the Japanese sword. He continued his bugei studies in Japan for the past 13 years, where he studied the various koryū of Shindō Munen-ryū Kenjutsu,  He has also studied Nakayama Hakudo's arts of Musō Shinden Ryū Iaijutsu and Shintō Musō-ryū Jojutsu. He also spent a year studying Suiō-ryū Iai-kenpō. The swordsmanship of Shintō Munen-ryū was his main interest and focus, and he has enjoyed studying the various styles the style contains. Mr. Radzikowski created this website for Shinkan-ryū Kenpō, making it available to all to study online.

We are not just picking up weapons to swing around and cause harm. There is more to learn. Good technique and a true and honest heart are integral to the study and application of the sword.

~Saneteru Radzikowski

ラジカスキー真照 師範
ラジカスキー真照 師範Head Sword Instructor
With 13 years studying koryū in Japan, and over 23 years of teaching experience, and 30 years of martial arts and Buddhist meditation experience, Mr. Radzikowski decided to broaden the system to better suit learning and to introduce more in-depth teachings. Developing that which were both present and not within other systems that he found lacking from those practicing and teaching around him. This style of sword training is available to those all over the world and in Japan.