Our mission is to train students in karate, which is a highly effective self-defense system that also enhances emotional self-control, concentration skills, physical and mental fitness, and provides stress reduction and increased confidence.
We are dedicated to teaching traditional Shotokan karate; one of the most effective and popular martial arts in the world.
We try hard to keep training simple, rigorous, practical, and to provide a challenging and positive experience for all of our students.
All instructors at Fremont Shotokan Karate have a passion for teaching traditional karate. I enjoy watching our students progress as they learn techniques and become more disciplined, centered and stronger.
1. I noticed the students where very focused in what they're doing. They took the lessons by heart 2. Despite the ratio of Sensei : students, each student was given attention. Each students are monitored so to speak. 3. Sensei Bernardo and the other Masters (my apologies for forgetting their names) commands authority during the class and friendly outside the class. 4. Rules are clear. 5. My children always look forward to attending their karate class. 6. The facade, working area and the restrooms are well maintained. 7. I am very impressed with the force exerted while doing their Kata. 8. The fee is very affordable.
I love this place, they have great instructor, the Karate test is best here. Very flexible, very encouraging. Me and my daughter is going here since 2016. We love to continue her and recommend others to join this Dojo...
Very professional teachers and great environment! Learn a lot since join the dojo! Thank you for sharing the spirit of Karate!
Students try classes free of charge for one week and if they like the training, new students can sign up and they get a free uniform.
Senior instructors hold at least a 5th degree black belt (godan) in traditional Shotokan Karate.
$75 for two times a week. $90 for three times a week. Family discount is $5 per student.
Started training in Shotokan karate at San Francisco State University in 1981.
We train all students 7 years old and over.
Our team of 11 students competed at the Shinkyu Shotokan Karate Traditional Youth Tournamnt in South San Francisco and all took 1st, 2nd, or 3rd places, and some won top three in multiple events. Very proud of the kids and their parents for supporting them.
Drop by any martial arts school and watch at least one class. Look for how classes are organized and discipline of students.