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Budo-Ryu Karate

Robert Rohrey "Shihan", started in 1972 at Budokan South Africa with karate, of which the basis goes back to Chojiro Tani of Shukokai. All Budokan students were grounded in this training. After returning to the Netherlands Rob started Budokan Netherlands, more than 40 years later the focus of Budokan Netherlands is still traditional Budo. Rob's Biography

Kyusho Jutsu

Traditional Japanese Karate-do has several disciplines, including Kyusho Jutsu. Shihan Robert Rohrey started studying Kyusho Jutsu - the art of attacking the internal energy pathways to paralyze the opponent's Ki - under Sensei Vince Morris in 1996. Rob is a certified Kyusho Jutsu instructor and former IIKR Coordinator for the Netherlands. The Art of Kyusho Jutsu

Koryu Jujitsu

The traditional Koryu Jujitsu schools of old taught not merely a defensive art, but the curricula comprised a very comprehensive range of tactics, for example classical jujitsu techniques were not designed to score points, but to be effective for increasing one's chance of survival, allowing an opponent minimal opportunity to counterattack. Old school Jujitsu


Budo-Ryu Karate, Kyusho- en Ju-Jitsu met Shihan Rob Rohrey, 5e Dan Budo-Ryu & 5e Dan Kodokwan Ju-Jitsu. Eke dinsdagavond 19.00-21.00 uur. Verenigingsgebouw Ammekore, Hertenweg 2, 4455 TL Nieuwdorp. 

Rob's Biography

Robert Rohrey Martial Arts CV

Rob began his Martial Arts career with John Malawauw 6th Dan KBN, in Shotokan Karate in 1970. In 1972 he travelled to South Africa, joined Budokan and lived and worked in Pietermaritzbug for 6 years. Rob received his 1st Dan in 1978 from Ray Ryan the Budokan Head of Style and Co-Founder. After returning to the Netherlands in 1978 Rob went back to his Shotokan roots and trained with Rade Donevic 6th Dan, achieving 3rd Dan and with the likes of Taiji Kase, Miura, Dirk Heene, Shirai and Kanazawa, with whom he shared a table at one of the great man's seminars at which Rob asked him to draw Budokan in kanji. Rob still has the original to show for it. Rob opened the first Budokan Dojo the Netherlands in 1989.

He trained on and off for 10 years with the well known Vince Morris in Kyusho Jutsu and achieved 4th Dan in Kissaki-Kai. Shihan Rob Rohrey is the Kodokwan Jujitsu representative for the Netherlands with the original Kodokwan teachings passed down to Zambia, since 1928; with likes of Seishi Teppei, Dr Henry Johnston, Joe Grant Grierson, John Kruger and Jonathan Kruger, who awarded him with a 5th Dan in 2017.
Budokan recognise and acknowledge Rob's history with respect and invited Rob to rejoin Budokan in 2020

Budo-Ryu History

Het Budo-Ryu karatesysteem werd in de jaren '60 ontwikkeld door Richard Salmon en Ray Ryan van Budokan SA, na een pelgrimstocht naar Japan en het Verre Oosten waar ze een diepgaande studie deden van verschillende vechtsporten met enkele van de grote Japanse meesters uit die tijd


Het Budo-Ryu karatesysteem heeft zijn wortels in Shito-Ryu / Shukokai en Goju-Ryu / Shotokan. Het Shotokan van Masatoshi Nakayana, Goju Ryu de "hard-zachte" stijl van Gogen Yamaguchi en vooral het Shukokai van Tani Chojiro heeft veel invloed gehad op de ontwikkeling van het Budo-Ryu karate

BRI Nederland

Rob Rohrey, instructeur Budo-Ryu, heeft meer dan 40 jaar ervaring in vechtsporten. De exameneisen vastgelegd in de originele Budo-Ryu Syllabus 1967/1986/2007 wordt gebruikt om de training en gradering te waarborgen. Vandaag de dag ligt de focus nog steeds op het traditionele Budo & Martial Arts