Kanō Jigorō is a Japanese educator, athlete and founder of judo. Judo was Japan's first internationally recognized martial art and the first to become an official Olympic sport. Educational innovations caused by Kanō included the use of black and white belts and the introduction of dan rankings to represent the relative ranking among members of a martial arts style. Kanō's famous mottos included "maximum efficiency with minimum effort" and "welfare and the common good". During her professional life, Kanō was an educator. Key positions include the post of director of primary education at the Ministry of Education from 1898 to 1901 and director of the Tokyo Advanced Normal School from 1900 to 1920. He played an important role in judo and of kendo part of the Japanese public school programs. the 1910s. Kanō was also a pioneer of international sport.
|Born||December 10, 1860, Mikage, Ubara-gun, Settsu Province, Tokugawa Japan, present-day Hyogo Prefecture|
|Died||May 4, 1938, aboard MV Hikawa Maru, of pneumonia|
|Teacher(s)||Fukuda Hachinotsuke, Iso Masatomo, Iikubo Tsunetoshi|
|Rank||Kōdōkan jūdō: Shihan & Founder, Kitō-ryū: Menkyo, Tenjin Shin'yō-ryū: Unverified|
|Notable students||Mitsuyo Maeda, Tomita Tsunejirō, Fukuda Keiko, Mifune Kyūzō, Kotani Sumiyuki, Mochizuki Minoru, Saigō Shirō, Yokoyama Sakujirō, Yamashita Yoshitsugu, Mikinosuke Kawaishi, Vasili Oshchepkov, Gunji Koizumi|
Pioneer of international sport, founder of judo and first Asian member of the International Olympic Committee.
A family friend teaches her some jujutsu techniques, showing her the power of leverage and the size illusion.
He officially represented Japan at the Olympic Games from 1912 to 1936.
He has two children, Risei Kano and Noriko, with his wife, Sumako Takezoe.
He and Bruce Lee are both famous for their martial arts feats.
- Hard and Soft - In martial arts, the hard and soft technical term indicates how strong a fighter defends against attack in both armed and unarmed combat.
- Judo Kosen - Judo Kosen is a variation of the Judo Kodokan Competition Rules that was developed and thrived in the kōtō senmon gakkō engineering colleges in Japan in the first half of the 20th century
- Kuzushi - Kuzushi is the Japanese term for an unbalanced opponent in Japanese martial arts.
- Matsugoro Okuda - Matsugoro Okuda is a Japanese practitioner of jujutsu and judoka. As a master of several styles, he was contemporary with Jigoro Kano in creating an entirely synthetic style, and opposed the original judo movement before joining it.
- Sanshiro Sugata - Sanshiro Sugata is a 1943 Japanese action film and the first film by Japanese director Akira Kurosawa. First released in Japan on March 25, 1943 by Toho Film Studios, the last film was released in the United States on April 28, 1974 .
- Statue of Kanō Jigorō, Shinjuku - A bronze statue of Kanō Jigorō is installed outside the Japan Olympic Sports Square in Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan.
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- Member of the International Olympic Committee
Latest information about Kano Jigoro updated on May 10 2021.