NEW NOTICE: due to the current COVID-19 situation in Ireland and the current Level 3 restrictions in Dublin, the Kodokan Ireland judo club board have decided to hold the reopening at least until Tuesday, November 3rd 2020. We will be monitoring the evolving situation and inform our members of any changes in schedule over the coming weeks.
KODOKAN Ireland is one of the five largest Judo clubs in Ireland created in 2006 by Frederic Marmain and David Rolland, both black belts with over 15 years teaching experience.
It’s a self-defence sport as well as a way of life which follows
a moral code. Judo means “Gentle way”. Kodokan means " the place of study"
Kodokan Ireland is a member of the Irish Judo Association.