Dojo Kun (Under 14s version)


Students under the age of 14 need to learn the meanings, in red, of the lines of the Dojo Kun.


Hitotsu Jinkaku Kansei ni Tsutomoru Koto!

One! To try to be the best you can!




Hitotsu! Makoto No Michi O Mamoru Koto!

One! To always be truthful!



Hitotsu! Doryoku No Seishin O Yashinau Koto!

One! To always try your hardest!




Hitotsu! Reigi O Omonzuru Koto!

One! To be nice and have good manners!




Hitotsu! Kekki No Yu O Imashimuru Koto!

One! To not fight!



The Dojo Kun in full




Complete Dojo Kun in English and Japanese, read by Sensei Kidby both fast and slow; ideal for learning our morals for life.



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