Calligraphy "Kodokan" by Katsu Kaishu will be exhibited for the first time
06 Jan 2017
Kagami-Biraki Ceremony, a traditional Kodokan event, is held on Sunday, January 8th.
On the day, Kodokan Judo Museum will exhibit a calligraphy written by Katsu Kaishu who was a samurai close to the Kodokan in the end of Edo Period.
Kodokan Judo Museum has exhibited a well-known calligraphy, "With no disturbance in mind, feel the wonder of nature and without intentional actions, pursue the essence of changes", written by Katsu Kaishu who was inspired by Kata performance of Kano Jigoro Shihan.
The calligraphy which will be shown for the first time is a large calligraphy, "Kodokan", which is at least 180 centimeter wide.
On January 8th, Kodokan Judo Museum is open from 9:30 AM to noon.
Please stop by the museum on the second floor of New Building after Kagami-Biraki Ceremony.
Date: Sunday, January 8th
Time: 9:30 - 12:30
Venue: Kodokan Judo Museum, 2F Kodokan New Building
(Kagami-Biraki Ceremony will be held from 10:00 to 12:00 at the main dojo, on the 7th floor of New Building, on January 8th)
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