A Non Profit traditional Shotokai Karate organization devoted to providing low-cost and high-quality instructions on traditional Shotokai Karate. International Shotokai Karate -Do Federation – Switzerland was founded in 2019 by Sensei. T. Srivijayakumar. International Shotokai Karate -Do Federation – Switzerland the aim of spreading the unique, innovative & realistic style of Shotokai in all over Switzerland.
ISKF Switzerland is one of the most popular Shotokai karate organizations in Switzerland under the leadership of Sensei. T. Srivijayakumar. ISKF Switzerland is committed to preserving the intangible cultural treasure of traditional Shotokai Karate-do, which has been passed down to us in its original form by Kyoshi. Gurwant Singh Ladhi (Black Belt 7 th DAN (WKF)).
World Grandmaster (USA)
Kyoshi. Gurwant Singh Ladhi
Black Belt 7th DAN (WKF)
Chairman & Founder
ISKF – USA
World Grandmaster (Japan)
Kancho Masaya Kohama
9th Dan Black Belt – Japan
World Chief ISSKA WHQ (Japan)
International Shotokan Shobukan Karate Association – Japan
Shihan. T. Srivijayakumar
Black Belt 6th DAN (USA & Japan)
Chief Instructor & Chief Examiner
ISKF – Switzerland
Member of ISSKA – Switzerland
Respect and Dignity ISKF is an inclusive organization that values diversity, recognizes the human dignity of all individuals, and treats them with fairness and respect at all times. We consider each individual worthy regardless of race, color, gender, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, marital status, disability or age.
Integrity We are committed to maintaining the highest ethical standards, honoring our commitments and fostering an environment of mutual respect and trust. Innovation We strive to maintain the foundation of our founding masters while being able to adapt and improve our technical instruction and organization. Excellence We work continually to attain the highest level of performance for each individual, dojo and our organization as a whole. Collaboration We value working in collaboration with all martial artists and are committed to shared learning.