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Water Dojo
Water Dojo

Where In a cavern behind the Waterfall
Opened November 16, 2010
Closed March 30, 2017
Mini-games Card-Jitsu Water
Room ID 816
Tour Description
Welcome to the Water Dojo. Water ninjas earn their suits here... by battling in Card-Jitsu. Some say they're the strongest ninjas. Others say they're all wet!

The Water Dojo was a dojo located behind the large waterfall in the mountains of Club Penguin Island. Card-Jitsu Water could be played here.

The dojo itself was positioned on a large chunk of mossy rock, supported by chains. There were a series of streams that poured down from above onto the floor of the Water Dojo, which then were poured deep down by two small waterfalls in the corners of the dojo. There were two statues of Water Ninjas, and a raised platform where Sensei resided.

There were also a few Card-Jitsu Mats, a box of water balloons, and a few lanterns. There was a bridge which led back to the Dojo.


The Water Dojo first opened on November 16, 2010. At this time, like the Fire Dojo before it, construction was in progress, and a hunt for water was put in place to tame the waterfall the dojo was located behind. After the hunt and construction ended, Card-Jitsu Water training began. For over a week after the Water Dojo was completed, there were many blue lanterns hung up around the room, and two blue banners, which had the symbol of water on them.


  • When snowballs were thrown here, they turned into water balloons.
  • Originally, the whole Water Dojo slowly swayed from side to side, due to the chains. In 2011, this was removed, and the dojo remained stationary since.
  • As seen in and according to the description of the Card-Jitsu card Water Party Sketch, the Water Dojo was originally going to have plants, small fountains, and even hot springs. According to the card's description, they were removed to make the room look more intimidating, to reflect the environment and challenge of Card-Jitsu Water.


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Names in other languages[]

Language Name
Portuguese Dojo Água
French Dojo d'Eau
Spanish Dojo Agua
German Wasser-Dojo
Russian Водная школа единоборств


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