How about dojo kun for all the kyokushin splinter styles? It seems like our dojo kun in Zendokai is very similar to how it is done in kyokushin.
We recite this at the end of each session, repeating line by line after the sensei. After dojo kun it is mokosu (relax with eyes closed) and then we thank the sensei. This is done by the highest belt holder who says "osu, sempai gatta ni onegai-shimasu" and then all other repeat.
Problem is for me that I don't no enough Japanese to understand the dojo kun. Here it is from the back of my membership card. Anyone got any clues? I know in kyukushin the word "kyukushin" is in the 4th paragraph. From what I can read it says bushido instead of kyukushin on mine.