It is indeed a rare and highly honored privilege to take this moment on behalf of myself, my son, Andrew, and the Seattle Jun Fan™ Club to extend a warm welcome to the original friends and students of Bruce Lee™, each succeeding generation student and to Bruce's many fans who continue to discover inspiration and self-knowledge through the words, deeds and actions of our great leader, Bruce Lee™.

The Jun Fan Gung Fu club of Seattle™ was conceived by Bruce Lee™ and started during the year 1960. It was started as a school and was active through 1967 and closed during that year. Shortly after, it was re-activated as a private club and remained that way until 2005. For years the school operated as a private club whose members were instructed to not talk about it. We were not looking for new students and rarely were people allowed to watch. Students that were taken were screened for those with only the utmost dedication and seriousness.

The Jun Fan™ Gung Fu Institute opens its doors to all for the first time since Bruce Lee closed his schools to the public over 30 years ago. Jun Fan™ Club welcomes all people, of all skill levels, whether you are a beginner or an accomplished Martial Artist Gung Fu can benefit you greatly and complement any skills you have already acquired in other disciplines.

In the interest of promoting and preserving Bruce Lee's Art and Philosophy. We are now laying the foundation for the future of Jun Fan Jeet Kune Do. So that all of Bruce Lee's acomplishments will not be lost and his brilliance can benefit all for generations to come.

Taky Kimura


Jun Fang Gung Fu Institute of Seattle offers martial arts classes teaching the basics, fundamentals, and advanced techniques of Jun Fan Jeet Kune Do. The first half hour are stretching and endurance exercises to stimulate the mind and body. Then the rest of the class are lessons in Jun Fan Gung Fu taught in similar fashion as if Si Jo Bruce was still teaching. Classes are held Mondays and Wednesdays at 8 pm to 10 pm (except major holidays) held at a training facility is located Woodinville, about 10 miles north of Seattle/Bellevue (Actual location to be provided later). Contact us for more information.


  • Arrive promptly for class.
  • Pay dues on time.
  • Maintain personal cleanliness.
  • Keep the school clean. DO NOT KICK THE WALLS.
  • Stand at the position of attention while receiving orders from the INSTRUCTOR or from the ASSISTANT INSTRUCTOR. Respond immediately to such instructions.
  • Be cautious while practicing. Do not overwork yourself while exercising, and do not experiment with new techniques without supervision.
  • Do not smoke in the school. If you smoke at all, it will slow your progress in gung fu.
  • Learn the Chinese names for general commands and for all the techniques you know.
  • Exercise discretion when explaining to others about this school. Do not engender ill feelings or rivalry with students from other schools.
  • The INSTRUCTOR is here to teach you and to answer your questions. However, do not bother him with trivia. If you have any doubts, ask an assistant instructor first.