License and Passport

All students, including instructors, need a valid licence and a dojo passport in order to practise the art of Kyokushin Karate. As part of the registration process, you’ll be charged a one-off annual licence fee of £55. The Sensei in charge of your dojo will then provide you with a Karate Passport that you must keep safe at all times. If you damage or lose your karate passport an additional fee of £35 will be charged for the issue of a new one.

The licence is renewed yearly, and operates as a record book. You must present your passport for grading exams, on courses, at camps, and tournaments.

Our Martial arts Academy is affiliated with “Chikara Kyokushin International” based in Melbourne, Australia; its president is Shihan Judd Reid. As a result, all members of EMAR Dojo have an international recognition of all gradings and degrees received through us.