Tiêu đề video: Kanō Jigorō: Japan’s “Father of Judo”s 161st Birthday
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Google Doodle, celebrates Professor Kanō Jigorō, Japan’s “Father of Judo”, with a doodle on his 161st birthday.
The name Judo means “the gentle way”, and the sport is built on principles, such as, justice, courtesy, safety, and modesty. Kanō saw the martial art as a way to bring people together, even while throwing opponents to the mat.
Kanō Jigorō was born on 28, October, 1860, in Mikage (now part of Kobe). Kanō moved to Tokyo with his father at age 11. Though he was known as a child prodigy in school, he often faced adversity.
To build strength, he became determined to study the martial art of Jujutsu. During his time as a student at Tokyo University, he finally found someone who would teach him, Jujutsu master and former samurai, Fukuda Hachinosuke.
Judo was first born during a Jujutsu sparring match, when Kanō incorporated a western wrestling move, to bring his much larger opponent to the mat.
By removing the most dangerous techniques used in Jujutsu, he created “Judo,” a safe and cooperative sport based on Kanō’s personal philosophy of Seiryoku-Zenyo (maximum efficient use of energy), and Jita-Kyoei (mutual prosperity of self and others).
Kanō became the first Asian member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), in 1909, and in 1960, the IOC approved Judo as an official Olympic sport.
Happy birthday, Kanō Jigorō!
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