Minnesota Kyudo Renmei

ミネソタ弓道連盟

The Minnesota Kyudo Renmei is dedicated to the study and practice of modern kyudo, Japanese archery. Kyudo has been founded on both martial and spiritual influences, and encourages the development of body, mind and spirit. Carly and John Born began their study of kyudo while living in Japan and have continued their study ever since. Now we strive to improve our own skills while sharing the art with those who are interested.

While kyudo is not well-known in the United States, there is a national organization and several state federations. The American Kyudo Renmei (AKR) is the parent organization to established state federations. In addition to the full-fledged state federations, there are several other affiliated organizations that have not yet attained federation status.

Ready to join us? Links to registration can be found on our Practice Schedule page, check out our pages on "How do I get started?", or Contact Us for more information!

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The most common inquiry we get is “How can I learn more about kyudo?”. Here’s a short Q&A that covers it all.

Review our practice schedule, locations, and links to class registration forms.

Learn about the common costs to practicing Kyudo and how MNKR works with new students.