<Information about Shorinji Kempo Monterey>
501(c)3 Non-Profit Educational Organization offering
Japanese Martial Arts instruction (Shorinji Kempo) approved
by IRS of the U.S. IRS Number: 45-2498009
Branch Master: Mr. Kazuki Arita (7th Degree Blackbelt, Jun-
Practice day & time: (Come by 17:50)
Wednesday: 18:00 - 20:00 (under 15 years old: 18:00-19:00)
Friday: 18:00 - 20:00 (under 15 years old: 18:00-19:00)
*Shorinji Kempo Monterey Branch is an on-going class.
*We do not have a separate child class. Children practice
together with adults from 18:00 and will be separated into a
group for their technique practice later.
Monterey Peninsula Buddhist Temple
(1155 Noche Buena Street, Seaside, CA 93955) MAP
Monthly Tuition: $45 (under 15 years old: $20)
(8-9 practices a month)
(Please inquire about family or student discount.)
All your contribution including monthly tuition is tax-
deductible for income tax as
donation to 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization for education.
(IRS Number: 45-2498009)
One time registration fee: $26
Wear: Only Shorinji Kempo dogi with Shorinji Kempo logo
can be accepted. Please inquire to the Branch Master.
($50-70 depending on the size)
*All Shorinji Kempo branches all over the world are non-for-
*All the Masters and instructors must NOT make money for
their living from teaching Shorinji Kempo. All the Masters
and instructors teach for love of Shorinji Kempo and its
*The monthly tuitions collected are used for rental space
fee, equipments, insurance, and related activities.
<The purposes of Shorinji Kempo Monterey>
1. To teach Shorinji Kempo to the members of this Shorinji
Monterey and World Shorinji Kempo Organization.
Shorinji Kempo is a Japanese Martial Arts based on Zen
Buddhism and an educational system with its own inherent
philosophy and techniques established by Doshin So in
Japan in 1947.
2. To nurture strong and caring individuals in order to
acquire good health, self-defense, strong mind and spirit,
confidence, courage, and matured personality through
Shorinji Kempo practice and activity.
3. To contribute to establishment of better community and
society through Shorinji Kempo practice and activity.