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TOUR OKINAWA, THE HOMELAND FOR KARATE!

Details coming soon for the November or January tour. Call 434-352-9402
 
The March 2003 tour is on hold due to the increased security terrorism level and threat of war. Pray for our Country, President Bush and our armed forces.
Dogwood ministries will handle all the logistics of the trip. All flights will be leaving from Detroit. Each participant should be at the airport in Detroit at least three hours before boarding the international flight.
Of course the tour includes the cost of plane tickets, taxes, tours, lodging, travel insurance, and three meals a day for the time on Okinawa. The primary emphasis on this tour will be learning about the culture of our system of Karate. This will be the one year anniversity of Odo Seikichi Sensei passing away.
 
Make sure you have your pass ports! Those with good driving skills and over thirty years of age may wish to get an International drivers license.
 
Be looking for more details to include what to pack!

What to bring and How to prepare for Okinawa

TRAVEL WITH US

Scheduled tours:
 
November 2003 or
January 2003 NO BOUNDARIES TOUR
 
March 2003  MASTERS TOUR
 
Summer 2003 YOUTH INVASION

A trip of a life time!
 
See the history
Experience the culture
 
Shuri-jo
Zakimi Jo
Nakamura house
Okinawa Budokan
Agena dojo
much more!

Like shopping!
 
Shureido: the best karate
equipment in the world
 
Gate Two street
China Petes
More!

If you love Oriental art and items
this is the tour for you!

Prices are subject to change incase of a drastic yen/dollar exchange rate. The total cost of the March visit is $2,500. The first deposit of $500 is non refundable except in the event of the Dogwood Ministries canceling the tour. The second deposit is $1,000. The third deposit is for $1000.
If the yen rate improves we will try to pass the savings on to those going on the tour.