KOBUDO speciallizing in selling martial arts equipment
We offer several original store brands which have been receiving good reviews.
We have a wide variety of equipment for martial arts including Kendo, Karate, Judo, Naginata, and Aikido.
Many foreign customers who have liked our products visit us every year.
Some customers visit us from neighboring cities such as Kamakura, Hayama, and Yokohama through word of mouth as a trustworthy business and high quality shop.
Unfortunately, our shop is a little far from the Yokosuka Base, but there is a coin-parking lot near our shop. Parking is 100 yen for every 30 minutes. We will pay 100 yen for those who make a purchase. So please feel free to visit our shop.
*In order to avoid any problems, we only fix or embroider items purchased at this shop.
|Shop Name||KOBUDO speciallizing in selling martial arts equipment|
|Address||238-0022 view map
2F , 1-43 Kugocho, Yokosuka
|Opening Hours||10:00 - 18:00 (weekdays)
10:00 - 17:00 (weekends)
|Closed||Wednesdays & the 1st, 3rd and 5th Tuesday of each month|
We have a fantastic assortment of small items for martial arts including Kendo, Karate, Judo, Naginata, and Aikido.
You can find many commemorative items including cell phone straps shaped like a martial arts uniform.
A nice and small gift for your family and friends. We also have an assortment of Tenugui (Japanese hand towels) in various colors.
First, go straight towards Kurihama along the JR Line tracks.
Next, go about 900 meters down the road.
From there, you will find a Family Mart.
Go about 1,300 meters down from the crossroads, there you will see an English sign that reads Kanagawa Pref. Yokosuka Public Works Office.
After, you will find KOBUDO located across from the Kanagawa Pref. Yokosuka Public Works Office in front of a bus stop.
We make it a rule to tell our customers a few side notes before washing martial arts uniforms sold in our shop.
Note: Put the uniforms into a mesh laundry net.
Wash them in a washing machine for a short time with a small amount of detergent while keeping other clothing separated.
Try to avoid using a dryer as much as possible and instead, hang dry them out in the sun.
If you follow these procedures, you will be able to keep the uniforms in good condition for a longer time.