The Okinawan Karate Club of Atlanta is a traditional martial arts school, located in Marietta, GA (North Atlanta), that practices Okinawan Shōrin-ryū karatedō and Toei Jūjutsu as taught by Eizo Shimabukuro (Grandmaster) and Okinawan Shūdōkan karatedō as taught by the late Walter Todd (United States Shibucho for the late Kanken Tōyama). The dojo is directly affiliated with O'Sensei Shimabukuro of Okinawa.
The club's intent is to create well balanced martial artists focusing on the development of students' minds, bodies and spirits. Traditional techniques and principles are taught through kata (forms), bunkai (practical application of forms), kumite (sparring), tuite (joint locks), and kobudō (weapons training). Additionally, there is an emphasis on self defense, endurance training, and conditioning.