Shaolin Wahnam Japan


Enjoying Quality of Life through the Shaolin Arts

Mt Fuji

"Smiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiile from the heart... Don't ask how, just do it."

- Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit

Grandmaster Wong Kiew Kit - 4th generation successor of the Southern Shaolin Monastery

Grandmaster Wong and one of his disciples, Master Emiko Hsuen

Other certified instructors of Shaolin Wahnam Japan: Master Naoko Yamada, Master Miyuki Kuroda, Master Kyoko Hoshino (from left to right)

- How you may Enhance your Health, Combat Efficiency, Mental Freshness and Spiritual Joy through Shaolin Kungfu, Chi Kung, Taijiquan (Tai Chi Chuan) and Zen

At Shaolin Wahnam Japan, we are pleased to offer authentic training for sincere practitioners irrespective of race, culture, religion and gender.

Regular training is ongoing in various cities throughout Nippon. To find out whether there is training in an area near you, please feel free to contact us:
Tel: +81-50-5539-7320. 

The most important requirement for participating in any of the training offered is to follow and abide by The Ten Shaolin Laws. Please read the Ten Shaolin Laws, which are listed below, carefully in advance.

Any questions? Feel free to write to us:

Sensouji Temple in Asakusa, Japan

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The Ten Shaolin Laws

The Ten Shaolin Laws are non-religious, and transcend all cultures and races, i.e. people of any culture and race would agree that they promote values that are worthy and desirable. Laws, in the Shaolin tradition, are not meant to be punitive or restrictive, but as practical means to help followers achieve set aims and objectives; in this case to help them attain the best possible results in practising Shaolin Kungfu for combat efficiency, joyful living, mind expansion, and spiritual fulfilment.

There is no legal binding on the Ten Shaolin Laws; one cannot be prosecuted in a law court if he breaks these laws. The binding is moral. But they are not forced upon the follower; the follower accepts them because he chooses to, because he believes they are helpful to him in his physical, emotional, mental and spiritual cultivation. If he breaks the laws, despite sufficient warnings, he may be asked to leave the Shaolin training, not as a punishment, but because the training is not suitable for him.

  1. Required to respect the master, honour the Moral Way and love fellow disciples as brothers and sisters.
  2. Required to train the Shaolin arts diligently, and as a pre-requisite, to be physically and mentally healthy.
  3. Required to be filial to parents, be respectful to the elderly, and protective of the young.
  4. Required to uphold righteousness, and to be both wise and courageous.
  5. Forbidden to be ungrateful and unscrupulous, ignoring the Laws of man and heaven.
  6. Forbidden to rape, molest, do evil, steal, rob, abduct or cheat.
  7. Forbidden to associate with wicked people; forbidden to do any sorts of wickedness.
  8. Forbidden to abuse power, be it official or physical; forbidden to oppress the good and bully the kind.
  9. Obliged to be humane, compassionate and spread love, and to realize everlasting peace and happiness for all people.
  10. Obliged to be chivalrous and generous, to nurture talents and pass on the Shaolin arts to deserving disciples.