In a Dōjō of the Hokushin Ittō-ryū Hyōhō one can learn the school completely. A Dōjō is led by a Shihan of the school who is licensed Menkyo or Menkyo-Kaiden and also received a Dōjō-Mokuroku, the license to open an own Dōjō.
- Chiba-Dōjō (Honbu-Dōjō)
7. Sōke, Ōtsuka Ryūnosuke Masatomo
- Chiba-Dōjō (Tōkyō Shibu)
6.Sōke, Ōtsuka Yōichirō Masanori
A Keikojo is a fixed training group, which is led by a Shidōin (teacher) or Shihandai (beginning master), who either holds a Hatsu-Mokuroku or a Kajō-Mokuroku.
- Keikojō Basel (Schwitzerland)
Shihandai, Stehli Martin (Kajō-Mokuroku)
- Keikojō Bonn (Germany)
Shidōin, Ball Markus (Hatsu-Mokuroku)
- Keikojō Osnabrueck (Germany)
Shidōin, Albrecht Sven (Hatsu-Mokuroku)
- Keikojō Braga (Portugal)
Shidōin, Brito Eduardo (Hatsu-Mokuroku)
- Keikojō Budapest (Hungary)
Shidōin, Oláh Tamás (Hatsu-Mokuroku)
A Dōkōkai is a study group of the school which is led by students who are studying directly under the direction of the Sōke at the Honbu-Dōjō of the Hokushin Ittō-ryū Hyōhō.
- Dōkōkai Firenze (Italy)
Kaichō, Zancaner Stefano (Kirigami)
- Dōkōkai Canberra (Australia)
Kaichō, McLeary David