The purpose of this study was to survey what universities were chosen by elite high school Judo players and what factors influenced their choice. The questionnaire consisted of forty-six items that seemed to attract high school Judo players was conducted to four hundred and thirteen high school Judo players from January to February in 1998 by mail. It was rated on three scales, that is, “agree,” “no idea”and “disagree. ” Statistical analysis was applied to the data by gender, performance level, public and private schools and whether they determined their future job. Furthermore, the comparison between Judo and other sports players also was done. The following results were obtained: 1) The invitation itself by coaches of university Judo clubs and university staffs did not influence high school Judo players' determination about what to do after their graduation. 2) High school Judo coaches greatly affected their players. 3) Coaching skill and human nature of coaches were more important than their contest performance at the time when they had been players. 4) High school Judo players did not have great concern about the social status and/or academic rank of universities. 5) Men's players, especially high-contest performers, did not concern about their leaving apart from home and living alone. However, women's players did so. 6) Public school players tended to decide their future job. So they chose their universities considering their future job as well as conditions of Judo itself.
The purpose of this study was to explain to the meaning of JU-NO-RI. We examined to ROSHI, SANRYAKU, and literatures on JUJUTSU. The results was as follows. 1. The JU in ROSHI is the word which described to the gentle manner, the invisible form, and the behavior never go toward disturbance of MIGHI. The man of JU in ROSHI is man who acquired to the stable and productive personality by counterpoise of opposite facultys in man. 2. The JU in SANRYAKU imply the gentle character, and the GO imply the aggressive character. It is valued to combine JU with GO in SANRYAKU. 3. The JU in JUJUTSU in the word which described to man's smooth movement nothing clash of forces. The RI in JUJUTSU means the substance which produced to the manner, movement, etc. 4. The JU-NO-RI means the substance which acquired the counterpoise opposite facultys in man..
The purpose of this research is to do the detailed game analysis of the 45th all-Japan kendo championship.As the method, we made a new program, to collect information by using a personal computer and video. We collected the movement of the contents and player of all the techniques in the games as data by utilizing this system. And we analyzed the trend and present condition of the convention. We got the following result by this research. 1. Such time when gets IPPON was long more before. 2. Way of attacking which used the movement of the straight line furthermore and make the movement of small of a/the bamboo sword in, the present game is effective. 3. The trend that attacks by the shock action like that and strike KOTE, this research was observed. 4. The result that does and watch important that many players defend the shock of a partner even from that responds was seen. 5. The game analysis program that we made was effective to do data input in detail and quickly. And, we think that we are effective in the comparison of the data and convention in terms of contestants.
In Qing Dynasty with the development of Taoism in the lower strata of the society, the qigong ways of Taoism became popular in the lower strata. This made the turning point that wushu combined with qigong together to practise. Qigong not only can build up a powerful physique but also can cure illness. Under proper conditions qigong can make human physiological function change so that the men practising qigong can produce superer ability than ordinary persons. So, not only some folk wushu experts put qigong in wushu practice but also the tendency of putting qigong in wushu practice widely appeared in the nongovernment religious groups which were against Qing Dynasty. In the dynasty there were two ways to practise both together wushu and qigong: one was combining practice, that is practising qigong while practising wushu; the other one was practising wushu and practising qigong not at the same time. When practising wushu and qigong separately there were also two methods: one was meditating qigong, the other was movement method meaning while practising the doer must pay special attention to his breath, consciousness and exercise in order to coordinate qigong. In Qing Dynasty forming the practice of combining wushu with qigong made wushu have greater vitality and promoted the development of wushu in modern times.
The publishing conditions by the generation of books related to judo (jujutsu and self-defense are contained) published from Meiji first age by the 63rd year of Showa (1868-1988) and the place of their possession were investigated, and then it was the purpose of this research to put it in order in the list. This time, it is reported about those books published from Meiji first age by the 20th year of Showa (1868-1945). As for the place of their possession, the following four places were investigated. National Diet Library, Kodokan Judo Library, Tsukuba University-Art & Physical Education Library, Minwa Library. The totals of books related to judo published from Meiji first age by the 20th year of Showa (1868-1945) were 324 as a result.