Kangeiko 2024 Registration

5th – 8th January 2024
Residential event

White Cottage, Douai Abbey, Woolhampton, near Reading


Kangeiko 2024 Details

2024 marks the 50th anniversary of British Shintaido. The theme for the Kangeiko (and for the whole of 2024) is Dokan (Way of the Circle).

Director of Instruction: Ula Chambers and Charles Burns
Gasshuku Manager: Nagako Cooper


To register for the kangeiko please fill in the form below. Spaces are now limited, so we will contact you to confirm your place.


If you just wish to take an exam at the event, please fill in the exam portion of the form below and add a note that you will not attend the whole event. It is not necessary to be resident at the event to take an exam.


Gasshuku fee: £255.00
BS members’ discount: -£30
Early-bird discount: -£30

Early-bird deadline: 30th October 2023

Registration closes 30th December 2023 (subject to availability).

Fees include full board and accommodation. As this is a self-catering event you will be asked to help with food preparation and clearing away for some meals.

Concessions available – please ask.

Event Registration

    Kangeiko Registration form

    Your Name *

    Your Email *


    I can help with the following

    Everybody will be assigned a role at this event!

    Exam Registration Form

    Exams are available at this event up to Assistant / 1 kyu level

    I would like to apply to take exams in the following subjects:

    Please state the level aimed at in each exam

    For each subject, please give your current level and date of last exam

    Deposit payment

    I will pay the £55 deposit by:

    NB1: BACS preferred unless you are based overseas, in which case please use Paypal

    NB2: Please quote the reference BS Kangeiko (or similar) if possible

    How to pay the deposit

    As spaces are limited please do not send a deposit until we contact you.

    Please then send your deposit for £55 to British Shintaido by BACS to:

    • Sort code: 30-96-96
    • Account no: 04577865
    • Reference: Kangeiko 2024

    Overseas visitors can either pay at the event or use Paypal.

    Any questions? Contact Nagako Cooper:


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