Updated on 2022/08/10

写真a

 
SHISHIDA, Fumiaki
 
Affiliation
Faculty of Sport Sciences
Job title
Professor Emeritus

Education

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    1979

    University of Tsukuba   Graduate School, Division of Physical Education  

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    1972

    Waseda University   Faculty of Literature   Department of Philosophy  

Degree

  • 筑波大学   体育学修士

  • 早稲田大学(日本)   博士(人間科学)

  • Waseda University (Japan)   Human Sciences

Professional Memberships

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    日本スポーツ人類学会

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    International Society for the History of Physical Education and Sport

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    スポーツ史学会

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    スポーツ社会学会

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    日本体育学会

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    Japanese Academy of Budo

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    International Martial Arts & Combative Sports Scientific Society

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    Archives of Budo

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Research Areas

  • Sports sciences

Research Interests

  • Jujutsu, Budo, Judo, Aikido, Kendo, Kano Jigoro, Tomiki Kenji

Papers

  • A technical analysis of Seiryoku zen'yo Kokumin taiiku-from a Karate and Chinese martial arts perspective as it affected Kano Jigoro

    Chang Liu, Kyungwon Jung, Fumiaki Shishida

    Ido Movement for Culture   16 ( 1 ) 1 - 10  2016  [Refereed]

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    Background: There is frequent communication and a complex relationship between the martial arts in Eastern Asia, in particular between China and Japan. Nowadays Chinese martial arts are facing the issue of globalization following the wave of Chinese modernization. These authors believe is important to understand the core of martial arts through historical and comparative studies of the time before martial arts spread overseas. In fact, Kano Jigoro referred to Karate in his book Seiryoku zen'yo Kokumin taiiku written in 1924 as well to a set of movements or physical exercises that are now part of Judo. Karate has a close relationships with Chinese martial arts. Based on the analysis in this study, Kano must have known of the relationship between Karate and Chinese martial arts. What is more, Kano had direct contact with Chinese martial arts when he went to China and saw them being practiced. He even said that Chinese martial arts were similar to the Japanese martial art of Jujutsu. Based on these facts, this study will use Seiryoku zen'yo Kokumin taiiku as a clue to analyze the connection between Kano Jigoro and Chinese martial arts. Aims and objectives: To reveal the connections between Kano Jigoro and Chinese martial arts through Seiryoku zen'yo Kokumin taiiku, the study has to solve the following problems: 1. What kind of relationship do Karate and Seiryoku zen'yo Kokumin taiiku have? 2. Did Kano consider the relationship of Karate to Chinese martial arts when he created Seiryoku zen'yo Kokumin taiiku? 3. What kind of martial arts did Kano see when he went to China in 1902? Do similarities exist in the techniques or any other aspects of Seiryoku zen'yo Kokumin taiiku and the Chinese martial arts that Kano saw in China. Method: This is historical research combined with a phenomenological and technical approach. The study analyzes the technique of Seiryoku zen'yo Kokumin taiiku, and compares it with Karate and Chinese martial arts. The study also discovers what connections existed between Kano and Chinese martial arts based on related documents and materials. Results: The Tandoku movement and Karate do have a close relationship. Seiryoku zen'yo Kokumin taiiku, as a kind of kata of Judo, has striking techniques that used to be seen in Karate. It should also be borne in mind that Seiryoku zen'yo Kokumin taiiku was created two years after Gichin Funakoshi started spreading Karate to the Japanese mainland. Kano should also have known this history when he created Seiryoku zen'yo Kokumin taiiku. Kano was more likely referring to Shuaijiao when he said he was excited to find the Chinese martial arts were similar to Jujutsu. Furthermore, Shuaijiao shares similarities with Seiryoku zen'yo Kokumin taiiku in both techniques and training methods.

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  • 01史-25-口-03 諸賞流柔術における当身とその武術性について(01 体育史,一般研究発表,2020東京オリンピック・パラリンピックと体育・スポーツ科学研究)

    湯浅 有希子, 中嶋 哲也, 志々田 文明

    日本体育学会大会予稿集   ( 66 ) 94 - 95  2015.08  [Refereed]

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  • 柔道の「五の形」一本目における当身技の術理:柔術的当身技の視点から

    志々田文明, 阪口正律, 佐藤忠之, 川上泰雄

    スポーツ科学研究   11   212 - 224  2014  [Refereed]

  • 01史-30-口-34 楊心流『胴譯図』における医学的、密教的要素(01 体育史,一般研究発表抄録)

    湯浅 有希子, 志々田 文明

    日本体育学会大会予稿集   64 ( 64 ) 100 - 100  2013.08  [Refereed]

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  • 01史-30-口-33 植芝盛平の「柔道対抗技」の技術分析 : 海軍大将竹下勇の覚書『坤』(1930)をもとに(01 体育史,一般研究発表抄録)

    工藤 龍太, 志々田 文明

    日本体育学会大会予稿集   64 ( 64 ) 99 - 100  2013.08  [Refereed]

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  • A Judo that Incorporates Kendo: Jigoro Kano's Ideas and Their Theoretical Development

    Fumiaki Shishida

    ARCHIVES OF BUDO   8 ( 4 ) 225 - 233  2012.12  [Refereed]

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    Judo's founder, Jigoro Kano, stated by the end of his life that in the future judo should integrate the principles of kendo (Japanese swordsmanship). He also often mentioned that his vision of ideal judo was present in the extremely fluid randori sparring practices that took place during the early years of judo. These statements will be unexpected for most modern judo practitioners, who practice a competitive judo as a sport and are largely unaware of Kano's desire to make judo into a practical martial art. Kano's hope of combining the principles of judo and kendo to make a practical martial art was not realized during his lifetime, but his goal was pursued by his student, Kenji Tomiki. Professor Tomiki defined the principle of kendo as the "technical theory of chop and thrust while avoiding being touched" and worked towards integrating it with judo's throwing techniques. In particular, he noted that just as the proper moment to begin executing a sword technique is the moment of first contact between attacker and defender, the proper moment to begin executing a judo technique is also the moment of first contact between attacker and defender. Thus, the long periods of slow and indecisive wrestling that occur in modern judo tournaments after competitors have grabbed each other's uniforms fail to meet Kano's ideal. Instead, players should grasp lightly, move fluidly, and treat each moment as the moment of initial contact.

  • 00哲-22-口-02 「柔道と剣道の合体」の術理 : 嘉納治五郎の言説の意味(体育哲学,口頭発表,一般研究発表抄録)

    志々田 文明

    日本体育学会大会予稿集   63 ( 63 ) 73 - 73  2012.08  [Refereed]

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  • A Judo that Incorporates Kendo: Jigoro Kano’s Ideas and Their Theoretical Development

    Fumiaki Shishida

    Archives of Budo   Vol.8(4) ( 4 ) 225 - 233  2012  [Refereed]

  • 01史-27-口-16 近代柔術の理論と展開 : 嘉納治五郎の「武術としての柔道」の思想(01.体育史,一般研究発表抄録)

    志々田 文明, 田井 健太郎, 中嶋 哲也, 工藤 龍太

    日本体育学会大会予稿集   62 ( 62 ) 68 - 68  2011.09  [Refereed]

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  • Jigoro Kano’s pursuit of ideal judo and its succession: Judo’s techniques performed from a distance

    Fumiaki Shishida

    Ido Movement for Culture. Journal of Martial Arts Anthropology   Vol. XI (1)   42 - 48  2011  [Refereed]

  • Judo's techniques performed from a distance: The origin of Jigoro Kano's concept and its actualization by Kenji Tomiki

    Fumiaki Shishida

    ARCHIVES OF BUDO   6 ( 4 ) 165 - 171  2010.10  [Refereed]

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    The purpose of this study is to clarify the origin of Jigoro Kano's concept regarding Judo's techniques performed from a distance, and to indicate its actualization by Kenji Tomiki, through primary historical materials. Kano mentions that judo techniques also include atemi, the striking and kicking techniques that are prohibited in "sport randori". Therefore, the style of competitive judo which is now an Olympic sport is only one part of judo. Kano was concerned with the future of judo due to the deterioration of randori and its becoming stiff. He wanted to combine judo's close range techniques with techniques performed from a distance in order to create the ideal judo. Jiro Nango, the second president of the Kodokan, assembled high-ranking judoka at the Kodokan for a lecture about the relationship between judo and aiki-budo by Kenji Tomiki. In summer of 1941, a committee for studying "techniques performed while keeping distance in Judo" was established at the Kodokan. In 1942, Tomiki published an article entitled The Systematic Study of Techniques While Maintaining Distance in Judo: The Principles of Judo and the Techniques of Aiki-budo. Tomiki successfully integrated randori and atemi into one theory using the fundamental laws of judo. That was an improvement that Kano did not bring about. In particular, Sen and Metsuke are very important principles in kendo, swordsmanship as well as aiki-budo.

  • The meaning of aiki in Aikido: Focusing on comments made by Morihei Ueshiba and his pupils

    Kudo Ryuta, Shishida Fumiaki

    Japan Journal of Physical Education, Health and Sport Sciences   55 ( 2 ) 453 - 469  2010  [Refereed]

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    The main purpose of this study was to verify the process of formation and development of the concept of aiki used by Morihei Ueshiba, the founder of Aikido, and his disciples. The main points can be summarized as follows: 1. The term aiki has been used to refer to particular martial arts techniques and to a spiritual state that can be experienced by practicing Aikido. Morihei taught aiki as a technique, as shown in the memorandum of the Japanese Imperial Navy Admiral Isamu Takeshita around 1930. Kisshomaru Ueshiba, Morihei Ueshiba's son, also introduced these techniques in his book, "Techniques of Aikido" (1962), etc. However, neither Morehei Ueshiba nor his son explained about aiki in detail. Kenji Tomiki and Gozo Shioda used aiki as a term of technique, but they do not seem to have taught techniques under the name of aiki. 2. Onisaburo Deguchi, the head of Omoto-kyo, used the expressions "the union between a kami and a mortal" in 1921 and "the great love of the kami" in 1935, which Morihei later emphasized in relation to aiki. Omoto-kyo heavily influenced the building of Morihei's thoughts on aiki and Aikido. Aiki was likened to the great love of the Universe, Heaven and Earth, or the kami who nurtures all nature and mortals. In short, a) aiki is the union between the kami as love, and mortals, hence the practice of aiki is the purification of mind and body; b) the practice of Aikido creates a paradise for mortals on earth; c) because the kami does not oppose anyone, a practitioner does not oppose in Aikido. Morihei's thought influenced the policy of the succeeding organization of Aikido through Kisshomaru. 3. Morihei's four main pupils inherited his thoughts through several arrangements. Shioda explained aiki as "a technique for following the laws of nature". Tohei insisted that aiki is "the union between the ki in heaven and earth and a mortal". Sunadomari interpreted aiki as a combative technique and a divine work. Tomiki understood the term in two ways: one is a technique that falls into the category of kuzushi (balance-breaking), and the other is the unity of ki (energy) between nature and man. As to the way that Aikido should develop in the future, we need to study further Morihei's thoughts and their development under his pupils.

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  • Judo’s techniques performed from a distance:The origin of Jigoro Kano’s concept and its actualization by Kenji Tomiki

    Fumiaki Shishida

    Archives of Budo   6(4)   165 - 172  2010  [Refereed]

  • 合気道における合気の意味:植芝盛平とその弟子たちの言説を中心に

    工藤龍太, 志々田文明

    体育学研究   55(2)   453 - 469  2010  [Refereed]

  • The Process of Forming Aikido and Japanese Imperial Navy Admiral Isamu

    Fumiaki Shishida

    International Journal of Eastern Sports & Physical Education   Vol. 6 No.1   76 - 93  2008.10  [Refereed]

  • 武術・武道の「国際化」と文化変容に伴う諸問題

    志々田 文明

    スポーツ科学研究   5   187 - 211  2008  [Refereed]

  • Counter Techniques Against Judo: The Process of Forming Aikido Circa 1930

    Fumiaki Shishida

    Archives of Budo   4:4-8   4 - 8  2008  [Refereed]

  • 柔道と合気道の技術的中核としての崩しの方法

    志々田文明, 佐藤忠之

    第9回国際武術会議発表論文集録(於韓国)     23 - 31  2007  [Refereed]

  • 武道の「国際化」と文化変容に伴う諸問題

    志々田文明

    中華武術国際専門家研究大会発表論文集録(於中国上海体育学院)     82 - 102  2007  [Refereed]

  • 子どもに役立つ護身術ーどんなものがあるか

    志々田文明, 佐藤龍一

    学校マネージメント   ( 586 ) 38 - 39  2006.05  [Refereed]

  • 書評に応えて

    志々田文明

    スポーツ社会学研究   ( 14 ) 112 - 115  2006  [Refereed]

  • 合気道競技における「崩し」の方法:隅落と引落を中心に

    佐藤忠之, 川上泰雄, 志々田文明

    スポーツ科学研究   3, 69-77   69 - 77  2006  [Refereed]

  • 井上俊著 『武道の誕生』

    志々田文明

    スポーツ社会学研究   14   103 - 107  2006  [Refereed]

  • The Japanese Budo Theory of Kenji Tomiki before World War 2 and the Germ of Aikido Modernization through Competition

    Shishida, Fumiaki

    ISHPES Studies 12: Sport and Education n History   12   514 - 519  2005  [Refereed]

  • (書評)建国大学の研究

    志々田文明

    植民地化教育体験の記憶:植民地教育史研究年報2004年07、皓星社     169 - 174  2005  [Refereed]

  • The Japanese Budo Theory of Kenji Tomiki Before World War II and the Germ of Aikido

    Fumiaki Shishida

    ISHPES Studies   12: 514-519   514 - 519  2005  [Refereed]

  • Aikido

    Fumiaki Shishida

    Berkshire Encyclopedia of World Sport   Volume 1   35 - 38  2005  [Refereed]

  • 合気道

    志々田文明

    和文化 日本の伝統を体感するQA事典    2004  [Refereed]

  • 何が我々の課題か: 協会30周年に思う

    志々田文明

    日本合気道協会30周年パンフレット    2004  [Refereed]

  • 建国大学一期生・尹敬章氏に伺う

    志々田文明

    早稲田大学体育学研究紀要/早稲田大学体育局   35, pp.93-99  2003.03  [Refereed]

  • 民主政治と哲人

    志々田文明

    日本体育学会専門分科会会報   6 ( 4 ) 1 - 2  2003  [Refereed]

  • 満洲国・建国大学に於ける武道教育 -- その実態と教育力

    志々田文明

    博士論文(早稲田大学人間科学研究科)   全307頁  2003  [Refereed]

  • 武道と教育力

    志々田文明

    日本体育学会体育専門分科会会報   6 ( 4 ) 1 - 1  2003  [Refereed]

  • 合気道の歴史

    志々田文明

    武道文化の探求     199 - 212  2003  [Refereed]

  • 近・現代中国武術及び日本武道の発展の比較研究

    鄭旭旭, 袁鎮がい, 高そ, 志々田文明

    早稲田大学体育学研究紀要/早稲田大学体育局   34, pp.93-103  2002.03  [Refereed]

  • 「満洲国」建国大学に於ける騎道教育

    志々田文明

    武道学研究/日本武道学会   34;3, pp.1-12  2002  [Refereed]

  • 「満洲国」建国大学に於ける騎道教育

    志々田文明

    武道学研究   34(3):1-12   1 - 12  2002  [Refereed]

  • 早稲田大学柔道部の歴史的研究--資料のデータベース構築と柔道史における柔道技術の特徴

    志々田文明, 小野沢弘史, 寒川恒夫

    1996年度・特定課題共同研究報告書/課題番号96B--010    2001.03  [Refereed]

  • 合気道競技史の研究---合気乱取り法の創案過程を中心に

    志々田文明

    体育学研究紀要/早稲田大学体育局   33, pp.17-27  2001.03  [Refereed]

  • 安全対策上の留意点

    志々田文明

    体育・スポーツ事故責任安全対策質疑応答集   注:加除式の書籍のため担当部分が掲載誌に加えられた。解説は合気道事故に対するもの  2001  [Refereed]

  • 論文「『満洲国』建国大学に於ける銃剣道教育」補遺

    志々田文明

    体育学研究紀要/早稲田大学体育局   32, pp.83-87  2000.03  [Refereed]

  • 合気道部

    志々田文明

    早稲田大学スポーツ百周年記念誌(早稲田大学体育局)     640 - 653  2000  [Refereed]

  • 「反逆の精神」を育てる

    志々田文明

    第11回国際武道文化セミナープログラム/日本武道館   PP.41-44  1999.03  [Refereed]

  • 「国際化」と武道の変容

    志々田文明

    早稲田大学体育学研究紀要/体育局   31, PP.31-38  1999.03  [Refereed]

  • 「満洲国」建国大学に於ける銃剣道教育

    志々田文明

    武道学研究/日本武道学会   32, pp.13-25  1999  [Refereed]

  • 石黒敬七に於ける柔道の特性

    志々田文明

    体育学研究紀要/早稲田大学体育局   30, pp.11-23  1998.03  [Refereed]

  • 武道に於ける「失われてはならない独自性」

    志々田文明

    日本文化の独自性     111 - 154  1998  [Refereed]

  • 「満洲国」建国大学に於ける銃剣道教育

    志々田文明

    武道学研究第31巻別冊(日本武道学会第31回大会研究発表抄録)   PP.34  1998  [Refereed]

  • 合気道基本概念の検討と「武」の多様性

    志々田文明

    平成8年度(財)水野スポーツ振興会助成金研究成果報告書   pp.37-54  1997.03  [Refereed]

  • 大正期の早稲田柔道について—早稲田大学柔道部の歴史的研究

    志々田文明

    日本武道学会第30会大会研究発表抄録   p.42  1997  [Refereed]

  • 合気道の変遷にみる「武」の多様性と将来

    日本スポーツ史学会第10回大会発表抄録    1996.11  [Refereed]

  • 大沢慶巳と柔道論

    小野沢弘史, 志々田文明

    早稲田大学体育学研究紀要/体育局   28, pp.7-18  1996.03  [Refereed]

  • Aikido

    Fumiaki Shishida

    Encyclopedia of World Sport (1 ed., Santa Barbara, ABC-CLIO)     17 - 22  1996  [Refereed]

  • 「満洲国」建国大学と合気武道及び相撲教育

    志々田文明

    日本武道学会第29回大会発表抄録集   p.36  1996  [Refereed]

  • Aikido

    Fumiaki Shishida

    Encyclopedia of World Sport (1 ed., Santa Barbara, ABC-CLIO)     17 - 22  1996

  • 建国大学における弓道教育

    志々田文明

    武道文化の研究(第一書房)     329 - 350  1995  [Refereed]

  • オイゲン・ヘリゲルの観た日本の弓道

    志々田文明

    外来スポーツの普及と理解(創文企画)     167 - 206  1995  [Refereed]

  • 武道家福島清三郎と石原莞爾

    志々田文明

    人間科学研究(早稲田大学)   7/1,129-141  1994  [Refereed]

  • 建国大学の教育と石原莞爾

    志々田文明

    人間科学研究(早稲田大学)   6/1,109-123  1993  [Refereed]

  • 「民族協和」との建国大学の教育

    志々田文明

    社会科学討究   39/2,355-386  1993  [Refereed]

  • 建国大学における武道・課外活動

    志々田文明

    人間科学研究(早稲田大学)   5/1,105-121  1992  [Refereed]

  • 「海軍大将竹下勇・武術日記」と大正15年前後の植芝盛平

    志々田文明

    武道学研究   25/2,1-12  1992  [Refereed]

  • 「満州国」建国大学に於ける武道教育

    志々田文明

    武道学研究   24/1,9-23  1991  [Refereed]

  • 武道論とその課題

    志々田 文明

    人間科学研究(早稲田大学)   3/1,161-171 ( 1 ) 161 - 171  1990  [Refereed]

  • 合気道における事故の研究-その現況と重大事故防止対策

    志々田文明

    武道学研究   21/1,60-70  1988  [Refereed]

  • 1965年前後の「武道の現代化論」について

    志々田文明

    早稲田大学体育研究紀要   20/,115-120  1988  [Refereed]

  • 現代武道の理念検討上の問題点-西村勝巳氏論文「本来の武道と政策としての武道」を中心に

    志々田文明

    武道学研究   18/1,46-51  1985  [Refereed]

  • 日本武道の基本構造論-その必要性と有効性

    志々田文明

    早稲田大学体育研究紀要   14/,75-81   75 - 81  1982  [Refereed]

  • 練馬の教育

    志々田文明

    練馬区史・歴史編     688 - 777  1981  [Refereed]

  • 社会体育

    志々田文明

    練馬区史・現勢編     1132 - 1161  1981  [Refereed]

  • 社会教育

    志々田文明

    練馬区史・現勢編    1981  [Refereed]

  • 学校教育

    志々田文明

    練馬区史・現勢編     1067 - 1131  1981  [Refereed]

  • 嘉納治五郎の柔道観に関する一考察-柔道の構造と理想の「柔道」

    志々田文明

    筑波大学体育研究科集録   1/,39-48  1979  [Refereed]

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Books and Other Publications

  • 富木謙治の合気道

    佐藤忠之, 志々田文明

    BABジャパン  2008.05 ISBN: 9784862203373

  • 武道の教育力 満洲国建国大学における武道教育

    志々田文明

    日本図書センター  2005.03 ISBN: 4820593161

  • 大庭英雄師範略伝

    志々田文明

    日本合気道協会  1991

  • 合気道教室(共著)

    志々田文明, 成山哲郎

    大修館書店  1985

Other

  • NPO法人日本合気道協会師範

Awards

  • The special commendation from the Archives of Budo, international online journal

    2014.10  

  • スポーツ史学会「学会賞」

    2006  

  • The excellent paper prize

    2001  

Research Projects

  • International comparative study about the change of techniques and thoughts in modern East Asian martial arts: From the perspective of the principle of martial arts

    Project Year :

    2015.04
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    2020.03
     

  • The theory of modern jujutsu and its development: Jugoro Kano's thought of "judo as a martial art"

    Project Year :

    2011.04
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    2015.03
     

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    From the viewpoint of defending atemi-waza, present author obtained the following interpretations by comparing the investigation of Sumiyuki Kotani & Tadao Otaki’s explanation of “mizunagare” and “Kodaore” in the“Koshiki-no-kata", the first kata of the“Itsutsu-no-kata” and Kenji Tomiki’s instruction about the same techniques. (1) The practicality in judo that Kano pursued exists in the method of “pulling Uke’s wrist upwards” in the Mizunagare. (2) The jujutsu type of atemi-waza is founded upon balance breaking by tori’s touching uke and consequtive pushing of uke in the Kodaore. (3) The same type of atemi-waza as the Kodaore also exists in the first kata of the“Itsutsu-no-kata”. (4) Karate-style of atemi-waza that is seen in “Seiryoku-zenyo-kokumin-taiiku” seems to have a different fundamental structure from the atemi-waza of jujutsu.Thus, it is considered that there is the feasibility of method of free practice in judo that included atemi-waza

  • A Historical Study of Judo Club at Waseda University

    Project Year :

    1996
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    1998
     

  • A Study of the Developmental Process of Aikido : Focusing on the Documents of Japanese Imperial Navy Admiral Isamu Takeshita

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    Upon deciphering Isamu Takeshita's diary and the scroll known as "Ken", the following points were elucidated. 1) It was "Daito-ryu Jujutsu" that Morihei Ueshiba taught in Tokyo circa 1926 or 1927. The name of Ueshiba's martial art changed from "Daito-ryu (Aiki) Jujutsu" to "Aioi-ryu Aiki Jujutsu" in 1928; to "Aiki Bujutsu" in 1929; and to Aiki Budo around 1933. 2) The visit of prominent Judoka, Kendoka and Karateka suggests that other martial arts systems will have influenced Ueshiba's martial art. 3) The number of techniques taught by Ueshiba was 1,635. The number of patterns of fight was supposed to be 66, of which more than 70% were cases of being grasped or of trying to grasp. 4) Ueshiba's martial art was suited to practical use

Specific Research

  • 早稲田大学柔道部の歴史的研究――資料のデータベース構築と柔道史における柔道技術の特徴――

    1997   小野沢 弘史, 寒川 恒夫

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    本研究の目的は、百有余年の長く優れた伝統を有する早稲田大学柔道部史を研究するために、①、考えられるあらゆる文書資料を収集するとともに現存する柔道部OBなどからヒアリングを行ない、それらを整理して、デ-タベ-スを作成する、②、それらの資料の分析によって、早大柔道部の柔道の技術的な特徴・特色を解明し、柔道史の中に位置付け、将来の本学における柔道及び柔道部教育の指針とする、の二点であった。 96年度から二年間に渡った調査によって、①の目的はほぼ達成した。特に、明治期から大正・昭和期に戦前期1945年にかけては柔道雑誌『国士』『柔道』『有効乃活動』等、また『早稲田学報』から早大柔道部関係記事の抜き取りを行った。なお、戦後期にかけては、並行して柔道部OB会によって『早稲田大学柔道部百年史』が編纂され、そこで戦績資料の収集が行われたため、それに譲った(同書は1997年刊行された)。柔道部OB等からのヒアリングは、戦前期の三田正彦氏(大正13年卒)はじめ6名に実施した。これらのデータベース化作業にはかなりの時間を有し、現在なお継続中である。 ・に関しては、早大柔道部史のなかでも、大正期における最も優れ、また独創的であったと思われる石黒敬七については、本研究者3名による原著論文「石黒敬七に於ける柔道の特性」(早稲田大学体育局研究紀要30号、1998)においてその柔道を詳述し、合わせて大正期の早稲田柔道の雰囲気を伝えた。また、志々田は研究成果を活かして1997年度の日本武道学会大会において「大正期における早稲田柔道について」と題して発表を行った。今後2年以内に、明治期及び大正・昭和期においてまとめの作業を行い、論文及び報告書として残す予定である。

Overseas Activities

  • 嘉納治五郎の「武術としての柔道」の思想研究

    2014.04
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    2014.10

    Canada   University of Toronto

    UK   Anglia-Ruskin University

  • 合気道競技における初心者指導システムの研究

    2003.08
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    2004.08

    スイス  

    スペイン  

    アメリカ   ニューヨーク・ヴァッサー・カレッジ、ロサンゼルス・南カリフォルニア大学