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Nippon Sport Science University Online Kendo Seminar, 4th session

10/04/2021
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Kendo Jidai International is pleased to announce the “Nippon Sport Science University Online Kendo Seminar” with the cooperation of Yagisawa Makoto Sensei (Kendo Kyoshi 8th Dan), Furusawa Nobuaki Sensei (Kendo Kyoshi 7th Dan), and Shinzato Chikano Sensei (Kendo Kyoshi 7th Dan) of the Nippon Sport Science University (Nittai-dai). Please refer to the following guidelines and we hope that you can join us.

Schedule

Sunday, November 21st, 2021, 14:00-16:00 p.m. Melbourne time, Australia (13:00-15:00 p.m. Japan time)

Participation Fee

2,000 yen
* We will send you an email for payment after your application.
* You pay separately for each seminar.

Lesson content

The third session will be “Advanced Movements.” The fourth and fifth sessions are still under consideration, but we will decide on the content in response to the questions and requests from the participants (dan examinations, matches, etc.).

How to participate

Please apply using this participation form.

Conditions of participation

  • As a Kendo player, you are expected to participate in the class with good manners and moderation.
  • You must have an internet connection and a Zoom account.
  • Participation via tablet or PC is recommended.
  • You are not required to wear Kendogi and Hakama. (Feel free to wear them if you want to)
  • If you want to review some motions while watching the video, please prepare a Shinai or Bokuto. (This is not required)

Profiles

Makoto Yagisawa
Professor, Nippon Sport Science University

Born in 1961 in Akita Prefecture, Japan. Graduated from the Department of Martial Arts, Nippon Sport Science University in 1984. Completed the Graduate School of Physical Education, Nippon Sport Science University in 1990.
Kendo Kyoshi 8th Dan, head instructor of the Nippon Sport Science University Kendo Club, Vice President of the Nippon Sport Science University.
Standing Director of the All Japan School Kendo Federation. Permanent Secretary of the Kanto Student Kendo Federation Alumni Association.
Coach of the Finnish team at the 2003 World Kendo Championships in Glasgow.

Yagisawa sensei’s article
The complete Shinai manipulation guide

Furusawa Nobuaki
Associate Professor, Nippon Sport Science University

Born in Kumamoto, Japan in 1981. Graduated from the Department of Martial Arts, Nippon Sport Science University in 2004. Retired from the Imperial Household Police Headquarters in 2015.

Completed the Master’s Course at the Nippon Sport Science University in 2017.
Kendo Kyoshi 7th Dan, Director and Men’s Manager of the Nippon Sport Science University Kendo Club.
National Police Kendo Kendo Championship Tournament (individual), 3rd place
Kanto Student Kendo Championship Tournament (individual), 1st place. All Japan Student Kendo Championship Tournament (team), 2nd place. 
Second and third year of high school: Won the National Athletic Meet (team). Second year of high school: Runner-up in the National Kendo Championship (team).
Senior year of high school: Winner of the Gyokuryuki High School Kendo Tournament (team), etc.

Furusawa sensei’s article
Full preparation of the left foot: Be aware of your right knee and master Seme-ashi

Chikano Shinzato
Associate Professor, Nippon Sport Science University

Born in 1982 in Okinawa, Japan. Graduated from the Department of Martial Arts, Nippon Sport Science University in 2005. Completed the Master’s Course at Nippon Sport Science University in 2010.
Kendo Kyoshi 7th Dan, coach of the Nippon Sport Science University Kendo Club women’s team.
World Kendo Championships (individual) 3rd place (Sao Paulo), final 8 (Glasgow)
All Japan Women’s Kendo Championship Tournament (individual), 2nd and 3rd place
National Athletic Meet (team) 2nd place, etc.

Sinzato sensei’s article
Kendo Research Office

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