Training karate helps you improve a lot of things in your life such as strength, Fitness, Flexibility and to become health

  • karate is for everyone Adults, kids and old age people join and become a professional

  • We offer all types of training programs designed for Men and Women to teach you how to handle most situations such as self defense technics in case of an attack

  • A good sensei teaches you what you need. Not what you want.  Trying harder and trying smarter are two sides of the same coin.

Strength & Conditioning

Fitness & Cardio

Flexibility & Rest

Heath & Nutrition

Motivational Trainers


kyokushin-kenbukai Zambia is affiliated to kenbukai internation organisation in Japan. it is runned by sensei Chishala mukuka who is the Branch Chief of Germany, sensei Sydney Njala who is a third dan Black belt, sensei Lundwe Mukuka First dan Black and sensei Fiseko Mukuka First Dan Black belt

Dojo Locations

  • kabwata off chilimbulu Road next to puma fueling station

  • Libala Stage 3

  • Chongwe


Masutatsu Oyama

Sosai Masutatsu Oyama, the founder of Kyokushin Karate was born in Korea in 1923. From a very early age he had great interest in martial arts, beginning with studying Chinese Kenpo (chuan fa) when he was 9 years old, while living on a farm in China. Returning to Korea when he was 12 he continued his training with local Korean martial arts. At the age of 15 he traveled to Japan and not long after continued his training. He began studying with a focus on judo and karate, eventually achieving 4th Dan Black Belt in Shotokan, 7th Dan Black Belt in Goju-ryu Karate, 4th Dan Black Belt in Judo.One of Mas Oyama’s instructors was So Nei Chu. A senior student of the founder of Goju-ryu Karate, Chojun Miyagi. It was So Nei Chu who encouraged the young Oyama to dedicate his life to Budo, or the Martial Way. Mr. So suggested that Oyama retreat to a lone mountain for solace, to train his mind and body.Following his advice, Oyama traveled to Mt. Minobu where he lived in isolation, training for 12 hours a day, standing under ice cold waterfalls, running and jumping over bushes and boulders as well as using trees as makiwara ( striking aides ). After many months he returned to civilization where he won the karate division of the first Japanese Martial Arts Championships. Again he retreated to the mountains, this time to Mt. Kiyozumi where he continued his rigorous training as well as studying the ancient classics on the Martial Arts, Zen and philosophy. After 18 months he was confident in his ability to return and maintain control of his life.

Tsuyoshi Hiroshige

Founder of kenbukai Organisation

Born in Kitakyushu city, Fukuoka prefecture. Concious of the spiritual world since childhood, he then developed an aspiration towards martial arts. An active handball player in his childhood. Appointed at Honda Motor Co., Ltd. in 1966. Later on, he changed jobs at 3 companies and even worked abroad in Algeria before becoming an apprentice of sosai Oyama. 1973, at the age of 25, entered Kyokushinkakan honbu dojo. After that, he became an apprentice there. Despite his late debut in the All Japan Open Tournament when he was 28 years old, he acquired 3 consecutive awards from the 9th through 11th championships and evenfought at a world tournament. Upon becoming Jonan branch chief, by means of training method based on his own mindset and teaching method that develops students’ individual traits, chairman Hiroshige brought up 3 world champions and 10 All Japan Open and weigh category champions, writing his name in kyokushin history as a prominent instructor. Despite his appointment as vice president of Kyokushin Karate Organization Kyokushinkan in 2003, he established Kyokushin Karate Union Kenbukai due to differences in terms of the direction of the organization in February. 2017.


Nation Grading Takes place at the End of the year and Tournaments within a year

Become a Weapon With Your Empty Hands

Flexible membership packages to suit all levels of our Martial Artist