Kyudo - Traditional Japanese Archery

Welcome to the Kyudoverein Neandertal. We are a Kyudo-Club from Erkrath, near Düsseldorf. The Kyudoverein Neandertal was founded in 2002 and has currently about 30 members of all ages from 18 years upwards. Our Kyudo teachers are Uta Scholten (3. DAN) and Reinhard Kollotzek (5. DAN).

We learn to shoot with the traditional long-bow, following the centuries old tradition of japanese archery (shomen and shamen style).

You can visit our Kyudo training or take part in a specific Kyudo beginners course, if you are interested. To arrange a visit, please contact Matthias Bruch (Email: matthias.bruch@kyudo-neandertal.de), he can answer all your questions in English.

Our Training Times:
Tuesdays 7:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m.
Gym of the Bavier-Grundschule, Düsselstraße 27, 40699 Erkrath

Saturdays 9:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. (not in holiday)
Large gym of the Neandertal-Gymnasium, Heinrichstraße 12, 40699 Erkrath