Objetives of the Seibukan Budo [SBIF]

In accordance with the founding statutes of 1987, the objectives of Seibukan Budo [SBIF] are:

1. Promote and disseminate traditional martial arts of Japan, including its culture, philosophy, and traditions.

2. Promote, organize, and oversee the study of traditional martial arts, emphasizing the preservation of techniques and ethical standards to elevate them to the highest level.

3. Ensure mutual respect among organizations sharing similar goals and foster friendly relations among all members.

4. Actively participate in the activities of related national and international organizations.

5. Facilitate the organization of courses, conferences, and meetings to enhance and solidify friendly and cultural relations among students, members, and Japan.

6. Represent and defend the interests of traditional Japanese martial arts before authorities and public organizations.

7. Promote communication, friendship, understanding, and harmony among members as a means to contribute to global peace.

To achieve these objectives, the following activities shall be undertaken:

1. Establish an independent infrastructure to conduct activities promoting, disseminating, organizing, teaching, and regulating traditional Japanese martial arts at local, national, and international levels.

2. Forge local, national, and international collaboration agreements for the training, improvement, and evaluation of students and teachers in the technical, didactic, and sports performance aspects of traditional martial arts.

3. Actively participate in activities related to the teaching of traditional martial arts in Japan.

The mission of Seibukan Budo [SBIF] is defined as "the dissemination, study, and promotion of traditional martial arts of Japan in the recreational, social, and leisure spheres."

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