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📢 | "Elementary school Koshien" Takamadonomiya Cup 42nd All Japan School Children's Rubber Baseball Tournament opens on August XNUMXth (Tuesday) XNUMX ball speed in all games...

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"Elementary School Koshien" Takamadonomiya Cup 42nd All Japan School Children's Softball Tournament will open on August XNUMX (Tuesday) XNUMX ball speed in all games ...

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All Japan Softball Baseball Federation

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    All Japan Rubber Baseball Federation(Zen Nihon Nanshikiyakyurenmei,British: JAPAN RUBBER BASEBALL ASSOCIATION) IsJapan OfPublic interest corporationでAmateur baseball OfCentral competition groupIs one of.


    Commonly known as "Zensoft Ren" or "JSBB".The English name is defined as "JAPAN RUBBER BASEBALL ASSOCIATION" in Article 1, Chapter 1 of the Articles of Incorporation.[1], The English name to register the federation name at JOC etc. is the same, but when the federation was establishedGhqGHQ's view was that "Baseball is either baseball (hardball) or softball", so the "Rubber Ball" born in Japan was understood. I didn't get permission.Therefore, I have no choice but tosoft ballwas accepted into the federation as a "softball section"Jwhat SoftenbALL BAseball Association" (abbreviated as JSBB) was approved.For this reason, the official name is "Japan Softball Baseball Association" and the abbreviation is JSBB.[Source required](The softball section was established in 1949.Japan Softball Associationseparated as )

    正 し いBaseballSpread ofdevelopment・For technical improvement1946Established in.TokyoShibuyaHeadquartered in Sendagaya 47-chome Rubber Baseball Hall, XNUMXPrefecturesset up a branch inManagement of national competitions,Umpire OfExcavation-trainingThe total number of affiliated teams is 57,915, including general (working adults), boys (junior high school students), and school children (elementary school students).OUR TEAM(However, the above is only for the general, youth, and schoolchildren registered directly with each prefectural branch,university association472 schoolsVocational schools218 schools and 330 teams of the XNUMXth birthday federation are not included.Any number of registered teams2005Current. ), and the hardAdult baseball,College baseball,high school baseballとTakanorenAffiliated high school baseball team (If you do not join the Takanoren, you will be allowed to join the All-Soft Federation.) Supervises all softball baseball (including hardball only for vocational schools) except for the women's single baseball team. .However, the participation of female athletes (elementary school, junior high school, high school, general) itself was approved by the federation in 1994.

    Rubber-ball baseball is a sport born in Japan,BaseballCompared toinjuryless likely to doToolIt is cheaper and easier to obtain than hard typePopularityThere is a high competition population, and there are few team suspensions, abolitions, and team integrations that are common in hardball adult baseball teams, and stable strength and teams can be maintained (however, injuries, team suspensions, consolidations, etc. be.)

    In addition, the All-Soft FederationJapan Sports AssociationとJapan Olympic Committee(JOC) as well.

    Incidentally,Semi-rigid baseballGenerally known as baseball, the conventional hollow rubber ball (so-called rubber ball) was improved to use a ball (softball No. H ball) that was more similar to a hardball, and was born. It has developed as a part of rubber-ball baseball from the beginning.In terms of management organizations and organizational systems, all semi-hardball baseball teams of working adults and students are under the control of the All Japan Rubber Baseball Federation.

    Note) For club activities in junior high school, the foundationJapan Junior High School Athletic Federation,Japan High School Baseball FederationPlease refer to the relevant item as it is under the jurisdiction of the Japan High School Baseball Federation for the relation of the high school rubber baseball club of the member.

    Affiliated Organizations/Branches


    The 47 prefectural chapters nationwide are divided into 9 blocks for the operation of preliminary rounds and liaison meetings.

    • Hokkaido area (Hokkaido)
    • Tohoku area (Aomori, Iwate, Akita, Miyagi, Yamagata, Fukushima)
    • Kanto area (Ibaraki, Tochigi, Gunma, Saitama, Chiba, Tokyo, Kanagawa, Yamanashi)
    • Hokushinetsu area (Nagano, Niigata, Toyama, Ishikawa, Fukui)
    • Tokai area (Shizuoka, Aichi, Gifu, Mie)
    • Kinki area (Shiga, Kyoto, Osaka, Nara, Wakayama, Hyogo)
    • Chugoku area (Okayama, Tottori, Hiroshima, Shimane, Yamaguchi)
    • Shikoku area (Kagawa, Ehime, Tokushima, Kochi)
    • Kyushu area (Fukuoka, Oita, Saga, Nagasaki, Kumamoto, Miyazaki, Kagoshima, Okinawa)


    * Note: Organizations with similar namesAll Japan Student Softball Baseball Federationis not an affiliated organization.For details, refer to the explanation in each article.

    Vocational schools

    Sixtieth birthday

    • All Japan XNUMXth Birthday Rubber Baseball Federation
      • Prefectural XNUMXth Birthday Rubber Baseball Federation
    All Japan 9th Birthday Rubber Baseball Tournament Held at the end of September every year
    (Competed by the teams that won the preliminaries in each prefecture)

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    * Participation is limited to the general public (working people), boys (junior high school students), and school children (elementary school students) belonging to the 47 branches of each prefecture.For universities, vocational schools, and XNUMXth birthday teams, see the relevant items.


    1. ^ "Articles of Incorporation”. All Japan Rubber Baseball Federation. April 2017, 11Browse.

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