The Wude Martial Arts Center (Chinese: 高雄市武德殿; pinyin: Gāoxióng Shì Wǔdédiàn) is a museum in Gushan District, Kaohsiung, Taiwan. The building is a magnificent Japanese-designed brick building. It was built during the Japanese rule of Taiwan when at that time many martial art halls were built in major cities in Taiwan to promote traditional Japanese martial arts. They were used as places for training and competition.
The hall features a permanent exhibition which includes a board inscribed by calligrapher Huang Hua-shan, the anatomy of authentic handmade Japanese swords and wooden bokken and bokuto practice swords. The historical background display features legendary swordsman Miyamoto Musashi, Japanese taiko drums, kamidana shrine and various pieces of ancient Japanese armor.