Martial Arts - 2017 Winners

Published Nov 7, 2017

There's more to Martial Arts than learning how to kick. It's about growth and respect. Who's the best?

2017 Winner

1. Kensho Traditional Shotokan Karate

Voters Love

"As a past student of the martial arts, I would recommend anyone to see Kevin and give his dojo a try. Kevin is very..."  via Bob W.

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5583 Eureka Drive Hamilton OH 45011
2017 Runner-Up

2. Buckner Martial Arts

Voters Love

"Domo Arigato Shihan, Renshi and Sensei's...You've taught me how to train, study & teach. You've taught us with hard work..."  via Allison

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Multiple Locations
2017 Finalist

3. Nishime Family Karate

Voters Love

"The instructors are patient, and so awesome with kids! The main thing that Shihan says to the kids is "Just try. That's all..."  via Cari I.

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7012 Harrison Avenue Cincinnati OH 45247
2017 Finalist

4. Dominach's TaeKwonDo Academy

Voters Love

"Fabulous program! Aside from just being a great skill - building academy, Mr. D really puts an emphasis on self-control..."  via Michael H.

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2148 Declaration Drive Independence KY 41051
2017 Finalist

5. Yoseikan Cincinnati Karate School

Voters Love

"Through the years Yoseikan II has consistently provided outstanding instruction while instilling core values of disipline..."  via Audrey G.

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10490 Taconic Ter Cincinnati OH 45215
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