Komei Juku is one of the schools of Muso Jikiden Eishyn Ryu, a traditional Japanese school of swordsmanship dating back to about 1600 in an uninterruprted lineage of teachers. The current and 21st headmaster [soke] is Sekiguchi Sensei, who is based in Japan and frequently travels the world, including Australia, to teach students face to face.
Newcastle shibucho - head teacher - is Scott Probst, who has trained with Sekighuchi Sensei at a number of seminars, including in Japan. He has trained continuously in this sword style for ten years. As of 2013 he is also secretary of Komei Juku Australia.
School curriculum includes a fairly number of techniques including solo and paired techniques, with both sword and naginata. The is capacity to learn these in a number of ways, including the use of kendo armour and sparring for more advance students. Komei Juku traditionally train with live blades or shinken, which are swords with genuine sharp edges, although this is not compulsory.