The Nederlandse (Dutch) Kendo Renmei (NKR) is the official federation for the Japanse Budo sports; KendoJodo en Iaido in the Netherlands.

The NKR was founded in 1966.
Signed at the Chamber of Commerce in the Hague under number 40341999.

Affiliatated by the International Kendo Federation (FIK) and the European Kendo Federation (EKF).
Affiliated to the NOC*NSF by membership to the Federatie Oosterse Gevechtskunsten (FOG).

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  • Updated Privacy Statement

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  • Kendo Summer Seminar 2018 will take place in Rotterdam

    The Kendo Summer Seminar 2018 will take place in Topsportcentrum Rotterdam due to maintenance in Sporthallen Zuid Amsterdam.

    Visit the NKR website for updates.
    Register here.

  • Results Open Swiss Championships Jodo

    Elise Heijboer 1st place yondan

    Veronica Rijke 3rd place yondan

    Kees Bartels 2nd place kyu-shodan

  • Registration Edo Cup

    Registration for the Edo cup is open.
    Don’t forget to register if you want to compete at one (or more) of the following categories:
    – 3vs3 teams Edo Cup
    – Junior individual
    – Odinot Cup (50+)

    Registration can be done via this link.

  • Results Iijima Cup 2018

    24 en 25 February the 29th edition of the Iijima Cup took place in Sporthallen Zuid Amsterdam, with again a record in contestants; 231 from 24 different countries.
    Saturday 24 February were the individual tournaments and Sunday the 25th was the team tournament.

    Kyu Individual:
    1 – Duc Tran Minh 
    2 – Alexander Gorelik 
    3 – Andrea Julius Faletta 
    3 – Geert Ham 
    FS – Huyen Pham

    Ladies Individual:
    1 – Pauline Stolarz 
    2 – Alina Gdezyk 
    3 – Sara van Laecken 
    3 – Laure Bellivier 
    FS – Lisa van Laecken 

    Men Individual:
    1 – Sylvain Chodkowski 
    2 – Yusaku Izawa 
    3 – Arnoud Pons 
    3 – Jouke van der Woude 
    FS – Tetsuyuki Okuzono 

    1 – France 2 
    2 – Poland 
    3 – France 3 
    3 – NL-Men 
    FS – Lennert de Moor 

    Special prizes
    – Aya Kröbl 
    – Mariella van der Schans 
    – Fanny Lindström 
    – Gin Ching 
    – Mila Lahdenpohja 
    – Natalia Maj 
    – Agniezska Wial 
    – Lyna Maaziz 

    (photos by Tetsuro Miyazaki)

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