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Dan examinations (Sato Nariaki)

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2018.9 KENDOJIDAI The key difference between passing and failing an examination lies in preparation. Preparation consists of four stages: planning, execution, evaluation, and improvement. Based on the experiences of those who have passed the exam, we will discuss what you should pay attention to in each of these areas. Sato Nariaki, 8th Dan Hanshi Born in Tochigi Prefecture in 1938, 80 years old. After graduating from Utsunomiya High School, he went on to Tokyo University of Education, where he majored in physical education, and then to the Graduate School of Education. After working as an assistant professor at Komazawa University, he became an instructor at his alma mater, Tokyo University of Education, before retiring as a professor at Tsukuba University in 2002. He has participated in the All Japan Championships, the World Championships, the National Athletic Meet, the National Teachers' Meet, and the All Japan East-West Tournament. He is currently a professor emeritus at Tsukuba University. Acting President of the All Japan Student Kendo Federation.  Maintain a high esteem of KendoFor the correct transmission of Kendo as a traditional culture Dan examinations are one of the most important concerns for those who practice Kendo, especially those who are aiming for a…

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