Shin Sou Fu Kan 新壮風館 OKC is a satellite dojo headquartered in Tulsa oklahoma, with the support from Michael Lindsay sensei. OKC kendo was founded on 2020 by Shaw Furukawa and Zachary Beverage, as a volunteer martial art school "dojo" to help promote the rare art of kendo in the greater Oklahoma city Metro at the Santa Fe Family Life center. Kendo is a traditional martial art of samurai swordsmanship, in the use of the famed katana, as seen in many such television series like Demon Slayer, Kenshin, and Shogun. Learn to become a swordsman, through this time honored practice that has been passed down from generation to generation. Though similar to activities like Brazillian Jiu Jitsu, Karate, and Judo. OKC kendo is a sword specialist martial art school.

Under the Guidance and Support of Koki Abe Sensei Renshi 7dan and Yoshio Iwanami Kyoshi 7dan from the Shi Ku Kai Dojo in Kanagawa Japan, OKC kendo has been able to grow each year with resounding success.

 We are proud members of the AUSKF, and SWKIF kendo federations. All kendo rank achieved through OKC kendo are registered, and recognized internationally by the FIK.


OKC Kendo though small has an ever growing list of teachers for the dojo! Its the first time in Oklahoma history to have this many Kendo Yudansha and sensei! Below is a roster of Shin Sou Fu Kan's teachers

Shaw Furukawa

Shaw Furukawa is an instructor at OKC kendo Shin Sou Fu Kan, he began kendo under Katsunori Matsushiita sensei, at the RIT Kendo club in 2004, as well as Iaido in 2008 under Tristan Kepsel, and Susan Burke sensei. 


Kendo: 4dan 

Iaido Muso Jikiden Eishin Ryu Seitokai: 6dan

Zac Beverage

Zac is an instructor and founding member of OKC kendo Shin Sou Fu Kan. He began kendo in 1996 at Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto and then studied under Bryan Mosley sensei at Sen Shin Kan dojo in Oklahoma City. 


Kendo: 4dan

Zane Aleson

Zane is an OKC home grown kendo practitioner and began his Practice in 2007 at the Sen Shin Kan dojo under Bryan Mosley sensei, and Shaw Furukawa sensei. 


Kendo: 4dan