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Colorado Budokan

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3547 Monaco Pkwy, Denver, CO 80207

(720) 253-7473

Today: 4:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Tomorrow: 4:00 pm - 8:30 pm
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Dedicated to the Principles of Traditional Japanese Martial Arts. Professional instruction in the Art of Shoto Kan Karate.

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For Class Starts, Times and Discounts, please go to our web site. We are now offering classes in JUMBA; Go to our web site for details. The mission of Colorado Budokan (affiliated with the USA National Karate-do Federation, national governing body for traditional karate in the United States; appointed by the United States Olympic Committee) is to provide the highest level of professional instruction in the art of karate and to promote the history, philosophy, and techniques of traditional karate-do.
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Hampden South, Southeast Denver, North Denver, Northeast Park Hill, Park Hill
Martial Arts Instruction, Self Defense Instruction & Equipment
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Parking: Lot

Classes Offered: Martial Arts, Self-Defense

Good for Kids: Yes


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Editorial review from Citysearch

My son has been attending karate classes at Colorado Budokan for 1 year. He has learnt confidence and discipline. He truly enjoys going to class every week and has been working very hard to earn his belts. Sensei is wonderful with his students; you can truly tell he cares about their learning.



Number 1 Karate School in Denver

Excellent professional instruction. Sensei Tsutsui is a consumate teacher with many years of experience. The training is traditional but is in a welcoming, family friendly and fun atmosphere. There are many opportunities for competition at all levels but there is no pressure to compete if it's not your thing. There are many fun activities that bring the dojo community together such as kids sleepovers (a dojo favorite), car washes, potlucks, dances, art & gift shows, silent auctions and film festivals. We love the exceptional training and camraderie.