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"JAPAN-ASEAN JITA-KYOEI PROJECT" Online Kodokan International Judo Seminar 2020 started

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The Kodokan International Judo Seminar that is being conducted as a part of "JAPAN-ASEAN JITA-KYOEI PROJECT" started online on Monday, December 7th.

 

The Japan Foundation Asia Center and the Kodokan have been running a wide-range exchange program through Judo named "JAPAN-ASEAN JITA-KYOEI PROJECT" intended for all ASEAN countries, from 2017. This program aims at intensifying mutual exchanges, development of human resources and networking. It includes seminars for coaches from overseas, dispatch of Japanese instructors for technical training and lectures, and preparation of instructional materials.

HP of Japan Foundation Asia Center:http://jfac.jp/en/culture/dictionary/jita-kyoei/

 

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This year, due to the COVID-19 epidemic, we have decided to change the format of this international seminar from facing type to online, as we have been inviting coaches from different countries to Kodokan. The seminar will target young coaches from the 10 ASEAN countries (Indonesia, Cambodia, Singapore, Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, Malaysia, Myanmar, Laos and Brunei) who were invited to Kodokan for the 2017, 2018 and 2019 past seminars, and the purpose is to follow them up.

 

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<Seminar Schedule>

Dec. 7th (Mon)           Orientation

Dec. 8th (Tue) - Jan. 17th (Sun)  E-learning

Jan. 18th (Mon) - Jan. 23th (Sat) Live Seminar

Jan. 25th (Mon)           Closing ceremony

 

E-learning will allow the participants to learn on their own by watching the videos about "Kata", "Waza", "Kogi", and "Competitions", delivered by the Kodokan. While the Live seminar will connect the participants with the Kodokan instructors online to further deepen their knowledge and skills learned in the E-learning course. We also plan to connect the Kodokan and the Dojos in the ASEAN countries on Saturday, January 23, to give children from 11 countries the opportunity to learn "Kodomo-no-kata" together.

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