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volleyball(British: Volleyball) Is over the internetballTo discussBall skills.. Performed by 1 people per team[Annotation 1].Japanese,Kanji areaThen.volleyballIt is translated as (haiku).ValleyAlso abbreviated[1]..In a narrow sense, it refers to a dedicated ball used in this competition.

History

Volleyball was introduced in 1895 as an indoor sport that children, women, and the elderly who are not suitable for basketball can easily enjoy.The United States of AmericaMassachusettsHolyokeYMCAAthletic director, 25 years old at the time William G. MorganInvented by.

The date of origin has not been specified, but the original "Minton" was first introduced at the YMCA camp workshop in the summer of 1895, and Morgan's arrival in Holyoke was from the birth of his eldest son, Rufus (August 8). It is said that Morgan's transfer to Holyoke was reported later in the YMCA newsletter in October 29, and Morgan's activities were reported in the local newspaper "Holyoke Daily Express" on October 1895. That is posted, outdoors due to snowfallbaseball,footballIt is considered to be from autumn to winter because it was devised as a "winter" game that cannot be played.

The original name was Mintonette.this is1895Introduced by McConoy, who was sent to India,Minton(A five-person system using badmintonbadminton).basketballInvited Morgan to YMCAJames NaismithInvented as an indoor sport in winter in 1891, and considered recreational elements such as preventing the ball from running while holding the ball in order to prevent rough play such as tackles seen in rugby.However, basketball is mainly for male students, and there is a tendency that intense play by physical contact is preferred, so it is not suitable for the Holyoke YMCA businessman class (25-40 years old) that Morgan was in charge of. It was. At YMCA, we needed a safe game that could be enjoyed easily by a large number of people and had no physical contact.Morgan is inspired by a student playing badminton with a lightweight tube inside a basketball ball, as well as badminton.TennisI devised a sport that referred to the rules of sports that are separated from the opponent on the net.[2]..The rules at this time are very simple, and the number of times to divide the people who gathered in the game into two teams of the same number and return them to the opponent's court is not fixed, and it is better to hit the ball and drop the ball. It was a thing.However, points are scored from the beginning only when there is a serve right (side-out system), and the influence of badminton is large.At this point, Minton was able to pass to his allies, using his bare hands and poles.

1896In July, Morgan unveiled the new game at the YMCA Physical Education Leaders Conference in Springfield.Morgan initially named the game Mintonette, but at the suggestion of Dr. Halstead, a YMCA training school instructor, he named it Volleyball (Mintonette).Volley・ Changed to ball, volley ball).Volleyball volleyball comes from tennis volleyball (hit the ball back before it hits the ground).[2].1952It came to be expressed in one word as volleyball as it is now.

The height of the net is initially 6フ ィ ー ト6inch (198cm), But in 1900 it became 7 feet 6 inches (229 cm).

Volleyball is scattered all over the placeYMCASpread throughout the United States through1900ToCanada,1906ToCubaWas introduced to.It was also introduced to the Philippines in 1910 and to China in 1913 by YMCA leaders.

In 1912, rotation rules were introduced in the United States.

The one and only rule change in the history of volleyball was the "return to the opponent's court within three times" rule introduced in the Philippines in 1912, which evolved volleyball from recreation to competitive sports.This rule was also proposed in the United States in 3 by E. Brown, who was sent to the Philippines, and was introduced by 1917.Also, the "set and spike" tactics practiced by all teams today were first implemented in the Philippines in 1922.

The first official tournament in history was at the "Oriental Olympics" in Manila in 1913, with 16 players, with participation from the Philippines and the Republic of China.

In 1922, the first official tournament in the United States, the "National YMCA Championship," was held.Twenty-seven years after the invention, the "return within three times" rule indicates that volleyball has become the first competitive sport.At this time, the number of people was 27 people, 3 points system, and the height of the net was 6 feet (15 cm).

JapanVolleyball was introduced to1913It was brought to you by YMCA Physical Education Director FH Brown.

It spread outside YMCA because many physical education leaders watched the 1917 Far Eastern Championship Games (renamed from the "Oriental Olympics").The leaders who have seen the tournament enthusiastically coached girls, and in 1919, the first solo tournament, the Hyogo Prefectural Girls' Junior High School Volleyball Competition, was held.

In 1921, the "All Japan Volleyball Championship" was held for boys only.

Although he participated in the Far Eastern Championships in 1917, he was only a player who was in charge of other competitions, and he was inferior in tactics and suffered a devastating defeat. It was carried out on a system, but at this time it was a formal participation in which basketball players were instructed only once before departure.

At the 1923th Far East Championship (Osaka) in 6, Japan had not yet implemented set-and-spike tactics and the boys were defeated, but Japan's Himeji Takajo won the women's section of the exhibition, and women's volleyball became popular. Women's volleyball tournaments will be held in various places.

From the Meiji Shrine Games in 1925, it became a nine-person system, and from 9, the Far Eastern Championship also became a nine-person system.

In Japan, the side-out system was abolished from 1930 and the rally point system was introduced.The Far Eastern Championships also became a rally point system in 1934, but due to confusion over the issue of joining Manchuria, the Far Eastern Championships were abolished at the 1934th tournament in 10.

EuropeVolleyball was introduced to1920AroundWorld War IBy an American soldier who traveled to Europe inFranceからItaly,Czechoslovakia,Poland,Soviet UnionIt became popular.By this time, the number of team members had been decided to be six, and something close to the current six-player volleyball had already been completed.In the Soviet1925ToRussian Communist PartyThe central committee of the Soviet Union established the Soviet Volleyball Association with the slogan of "Volleyball for 100 million people" and worked on the development of volleyball in earnest.

Volleyball is from all over the worldYMCASpread internationally through1924Paris OlympicsThen it was introduced as an American sport.

1947ToInternational Volleyball FederationWas formed, and the American rules were modified to create international rules.

1949To the 1thVolleyball world championship(Boys) Was held in Czechoslovakia.Japan joined the International Volleyball Federation1951Met.At that time, the mainstream of Japanese volleyball was 9-player, and the 6-player volleyball used in international games was not well known.

the 1950sOnce in, Eastern European countries began to develop technology to counter the height and power of the Soviet Union.In particular, Czechoslovakia has begun to develop new technologies one after another, devising tactics such as haste, feint, and blockout.

1952,womanThe 1st Volleyball World Championship was held in the Soviet Union.

1957, Japan's first 6-person championship held in Japan.After that, the 9-person Far East rule was the mainstream, and the 1958-person system was introduced in 6 at the All Japan General Championship, but it will continue to be used in combination with the 9-person system.

1960, Japanese men and women participated in the world championship held in Brazil for the first time.2nd place for girls and 8th place for boys.

1961, Japan Men's and Women's Team Europe Expedition.The women's team (Nisbo Kaizuka) won 22 consecutive victories, including the Soviet Union match.Oriental witchIs called.

1962, Intercity Baseball Tournament, National Athletic Meet, All Japan Intercollegiate (boys) abolished the 9-person system and switched to the 6-person system.From the following yearInter HighAlso switched.Japanese women won the world championship (Soviet Union).

1964Tokyo OlympicsVolleyball has been added to the official event.It was around this time that the combination valley was established, and techniques unique to Japan such as rotary receive and staggered attacks were devised.

It is also popular as a club activity in Japan.

Rules

The rule of 6 peopleInternational Volleyball FederationBut the rule of 9 people isJapan Volleyball AssociationIs stipulated.Here, we describe the rules of the 6-person system.In Japan, elementary school students are given 1 points per set (21 set matches, up to 3 points for the 3rd set), and junior and senior high school students are given 15 points per set (1 set matches, up to 25 points for the 3rd set). ..In addition, Harutaka, more than the semi-finals of the national polity, the Inter-High finals, most of the Harutaka prefectural qualifying finals, and some of the Inter-High qualifying finals are 3 set matches according to the rules.

Arena

Long side 18m, Use a coat with a rectangular line with a short side of 9m.In the center of it, a net with a width of 1m and a length of about 10m is stretched in the form of dividing the coat into two parts.The height of the net is set at 2.43m for boys and 2.24m for girls.There is a line called an attack line 3m from the net.At the prefectural tournament of Japanese high school volleyball, it is 2.40m for boys and 2.20m for girls. Until 1989, the same was true for national conventions.This is a remnant of the 9-person system (male 2.25m, female 2.10m).

A space of 3m or more (free zone) is required outside the court, and a height of 7m or more to the ceiling is required.Competitions sponsored by the International Volleyball Federation and the Japan Volleyball Association stipulate that the free zone should be at least 5m from the sideline, 6.5m from the endline, and the ceiling height should be 12.5m.Also, the minimum temperature (10 ℃ or higher) andIlluminanceThere are also regulations such as (1,000-1,500 lux).

ball

ballThe color can be any color, and it is a combination of multiple colors, but it must be the same in competitions and games.The circumference is 65 --67 cm, the weight is 260 --280 g, and the internal pressure is 0.30 --0.325 kgf / cm.2..Currently, the handling of national competitions is 0.31kgf / cm.2It is supposed to be unified to.This ball is also called "volleyball".

uniform

All jerseys, pants and socks must be available except Libero.Libero players must have uniforms in contrasting colors.In principle, uniform numbers are 1 to 20, but if there are unavoidable circumstances, up to 99 can be used.The size of the numbers should be at least 15 cm on the chest, at least 20 cm on the back, and at least 2 cm in width.The team captain will mark 8 cm long and 2 cm wide under the chest number.

OUR TEAM

A team consists of 1 to 6 players, 12 manager, up to 1 assistant coaches, 2 team therapist, and 1 doctor.A total of 1 people will compete, 3 each for the avant-garde and rearguard.Two of the players can be registered as libero players.

However, depending on the competition guidelines of the domestic competition, the manager, manager, etc. may be recognized as bench staff.Currently, in national competitions and similar competitions, it is a condition that there are officially qualified personnel as coaches and leaders in order to have bench staff including directors.

It can consist of up to 14 players in senior competitions (official games) sponsored by the International Volleyball Federation and the Japan Volleyball Association.In this case, it is necessary to register two Libero, but since the 2/2018 season, even one Libero is possible in the V League.

captain

One of the above players will be the team captain and will act as the game captain while playing on the court during the game.When the team captain is off the court, another player on the court becomes the game captain.

When the game is interrupted, the game captain can ask the referee to explain the application of the Laws of the Game.The game captain is empowered to time out and change players when the manager is absent.

Rally point system
Serve rightWhen the players of the team with the ball serve, the ball starts to hit, and the hit ends with an attack decision, a mistake, or a foul.thisRallyThat is.The team that wins the rally gets one point and at the same time gets the next serve right.
For more than 1895 years since its birth in 100, it was a "side-out system" where points were scored only when there was a serve right, but from 1998 it was changed to a rally point system.
The Far East rule (9-person system) was changed to a rally point system after 1930 at the suggestion of Japan.
5 set match
先に25ポイント(第5セットに限り15ポイント)を取ったチームに1セットが与えられ、3セットを先に獲得したチームが勝者となる。ポイントが24 - 24(第5セットは14 - 14)となった場合はデ ュ ー スThe set will continue until one of them makes a difference of 2 points first.In the 5th set, the court will be changed when one of the teams gets 8 points in advance.
3 set match
As mentioned above, there is no 3-set match according to the rules, but it is common in Japanese high school volleyball and can be seen in the district qualifying for senior tournaments.This is considered to be a remnant of the 9-man system (Far East rule) (the Japanese volleyball world shifted to the 1962-man system from 1963 to 6, but the 9-man system had 21 points and the rally point system was a 3-set match. Yes, 6 points for 15 players and 5 set matches for side-outs may be thought of as an excessive physical burden and management burden for high school students as well as online highs).The team that gets 25 points first will be given one set, and the team that gets two sets first will be the winner.If the points are 1-2, it will be a deuce and the set will continue until one of them makes a difference of 24 points first.In the third set, a court change will be made when one of the teams gets 24 points in advance.

time out

Each team once30 seconds Oftime outCan be taken.During this time, each team devises a strategy and rests the players.Both teams have a time-out limit of 2 times for each set, and even if they don't use it, they can't carry it over to the next set.

Also, in international games, if you get 5 points and 8 points from both teams in addition to the 16th set, the play will stop automatically.This is called a "technical timeout".The break time of the technical timeout is60 seconds[Annotation 2]In tournaments to which this rule applies, play will stop at least twice in each set except the 5th set.

Behavior during play

The team can touch the ball up to three times to return the ball over the net. One player cannot touch the ball in a row.However, in the case of a 3-person system, a legitimate block is not counted as one time (for this reason, in the case of a 1-person system, the same player can touch with a receive etc. after a legitimate block. You will touch it more than once, but it is not a rule violation).Also, on the team's first hit, the ball may make continuous contact with different parts of the body during a single movement.Therefore, when receiving, basically double contact (dribbling) is not possible.The current rule is that any part of the body may be used to return the ball.This is to eliminate the subjective judgment by the referee and emphasize the continuity of play.

Position and rotation

Each player takes the following positions.

  • Avant-garde (closer to the net): Front left (FL), front center (FC), front right (FR) from the left
  • Rearguard (far side from the net): Back left (BL), back center (BC), backlight (BR) from the left

Rearguard players have restrictions on play depending on their position, such as being prohibited from spikes or blocks near the net.

The position changes clockwise each time you get the right to serve (this)rotationThe player who is newly backlit hits the serve.The order of rotation is backlight → back center → back left → front left → front center → front right.

Also, a player who can replace the rearguard player as many times as he wants.Libero playerCan be placed.The libero player replaces the rearguard player on the court, replaces the original player and leaves the game before the rotation progresses and turns to the avant-garde.The replacement of libero players (libero replacement) is performed without interrupting the game except during the rally.In addition to the play restrictions imposed on the rearguard, libero players are also prohibited from tossing in the front zone or touching the ball above the net and returning to the opponent's court.Libero players have different colors than other playersuniformTo wear.

Major offenses

Double contact (dribble)
When the same player touches the ball in succession.Excludes blocks and receive (the team's first hit).Receive after block touch is also treated as the first hit.Known as Dori.
Catch (holding)
Grab or throw the ball.It's not about resting.Known as the hall.
Ball out
When the ball falls off the court, touches a side marker (commonly known as an antenna, a stick attached to the net indicating the inside and outside of the court near the net), passes outside the side marker, and returns to the opponent's court.
Touch net
It is a foul for a player who is playing the ball to come into contact with the net between both antennas (including uniforms).Known as Netch.
Overnet
When you touch the ball on the opponent's court (free play space).In the block, you can touch the ball over the net as long as it does not interfere with the opponent's play.After making an attack hit in your team's free play space, your hand may cross the net and enter the opponent's space.1964 OfTokyo OlympicsThen, the other party (USSR) By overnetJapan Ofgold medalHas been decided.At that time, it was Japanese tactics to invite the opponent's block overnet.After the Tokyo Olympics, block overnets were allowed due to rule changes.
Fore hit (overtime)
If you touch the ball four or more times while returning from your own court to the opponent's court.Blocks do not count at one time.
Interfair
If you intentionally touch the ball on the opponent's court before or during the opponent's attack hit, or if you interfere with the opponent's play.
Penetration Fault (Passing the Centerline)
When both feet of the player (below the ankle) cross the center line and enter the opponent's court.It is not a foul if even a part of one foot touches the center line or is in the space directly above the center line.
Positional fault (out of position, rotation mistake)
When the player is not in the specified position at the moment of hitting the serve.It also applies when the change of libero player is not justified.
Attack hit foul
When the back player jumps out of the front zone (including the area closer to the net than the extension of the attack line) and returns the ball completely higher than the top of the net to the opponent's court.
When a player completes an attack hit when the ball served by the opposing team is in the front zone completely above the top of the net.
Assisted hit
When a player plays the ball with the help of another player on his side or an external structure.
Foul on serve
1. If the referee does not serve within 8 seconds after giving permission to serve (Delay in service, So-called 8-second rule violation).
2. If you make a mistake in the serve order.
3. When serving outside the serve area or over the end line.
4. When a teammate player forms a screen near the net and hits the blind with a serve.
Foul about blocks
Blocking the services of the other team.When the back player joins the block and it's done.When blocking the ball in the opponent's space from the outside of the antenna.When Libero tries to block.

Differences between 6-person and 9-person systems

The 9-person system is mainly "Mama's volleyballAsJapanAlthough it is held in Japan, it is not widely used worldwide, and international games are played by 6 players. The 9-person system has the following differences compared to the 6-person system.

  • The coat is a little wide for general boys.
  • The height of the net is a little low.
  • The ballMama's volleyballIs white and colored balls (only the national tournament is white), the general is the same as the 6-player system (6 players are colored balls)
  • The number of substitutes is 3 or less (6 in the 6-person system).
  • 3 sets match, 21 set with 1 points.
  • There is no attack line, libero, or rotation (6 players).
  • If the ball touches the net during play, it should be returned to the opponent's court within 4 strokes (with a 6-player system, even if the ball touches the net, it should be within 3 strokes).
  • Serve can be retouched only once (not possible with 1 players).
  • The block is counted as one shot (not included in one shot in the 1-person system).
  • Any player can hit a spike (in the 6-man system, the rearguard player can't hit the spike beyond the attack line, but in the 9-man system, there is no attack line).
  • Serve block (spike is also possible) is effective (foul in 6-person system).However, the block overnet is a foul (effective for a 6-person system).

Transition of technology and tactics

Various tactics are used in volleyball to deceive the enemy team and unblock to score points.These tactics are decided between the time the score is scored and the next play begins, and are communicated by sign.In many cases, the setter acts as the command tower.

If the tactics are successful, it is easy to score points.However, in order to execute the tactics, it is important that the received ball goes to the setter well, and if this is broken, the attack according to the tactics cannot be executed.How to handle the ball returned from the opponent is the key to the success of the attack.

Transition of rules

Initially conceived as a recreation, there were no particular rules other than hitting over the net to avoid dropping the ball, and the number of times the ball could be returned was unlimited.Following the original "Minton" (badminton using a ball), a side-out system was adopted, which continued until 1998, except in the Far East.The net height was initially raised from 6 feet 6 inches to 1900 feet 7 inches (6 cm) in 229.

When it was introduced to Japan around 1910, it was held with 4 people of 4 people x 16 people, 21 points system, and the same was true for the 1913 Oriental Olympics and the subsequent Far Eastern Championship Games.As a rule unique to Japan, after the 12-person system, the 9-person system became widespread.This was a Japanese proposal and was incorporated into the Far Eastern Championship Games in 1923 and 1927.By 1922, the United States had a 6-person system, a 15-point system, and a net height of 244 cm. The rally point system introduced in Japan in 1930 was also adopted in the 1934 Far Eastern Championship Games.

A major change was the "return within 1912 times" rule introduced in the Philippines in 3, which evolved volleyball, which was devised as a recreation, into a competitive sport.This rule was also introduced in the United States by 1922 at the suggestion of E. Brown, who had been dispatched to the Philippines.With the introduction of this rule, the official tournament will be held for the first time.

In the Far East, the height of the net was 230 cm from the beginning.Most of the girls are unknown, but in 1931 it was 200 cm in Japan.In Japan, which had nothing to do with international competitions, the net height was reduced to 1941 cm in 225. In the Far East Rule (1955-player) game of the Asian Championships from 1962 to 9, it was played at 230 cm.

International Volleyball Federation In (FIVB)1947Established an international rule for 6 people.

The main rule revisions at FIVB-sponsored competitions include:[4][5][6]..In the past, the rules were changed every four years at each Olympic Games, but since 4, the frequency of changes has increased.

  • 1965 Tolerance of block overnet.
  • 1967 Serve within 5 seconds (1999Changed within 8 seconds).
  • 1969 Attach the antenna 20 cm outside from the side line.Ball weight 270 grams ± 10 grams.
  • 1973 Relaxing the passing the center line.
  • 1977 Do not count one touch of blocks.The antenna is mounted on the side band.Introduced a three-ball system (use three balls in one game to eliminate dead time).
  • 1984 Prohibition of blocking against Saab (at the FIVB Los Angeles Olympic Games).Allows dribbling (current double contact) in first contact (first receive) (underhand only).
  • 1989 Only the 5th set has a rally point system.2 minutes between sets.Allow instructions from the bench during play.
  • 1994 The service zone extends from the traditional right corner 3 meters to the full end line (9 meters) (at the FIVB Athens World Championships General Assembly).
  • 1995 Hitting a ball below the knee is no longer a foul.In the first contact, double contact holding (current catch) will not be taken, including overhand.
  • 1998 LiberoOfficial introduction of the system (the purpose is to give short stature players the possibility of success).Reduction of air pressure inside the ball (maximum value 0.425kgf / cm2From 0.325kgf / cm2What).Permission to use colored balls.
  • 1999 Allows Saab's net-in. All 5 set matchesRally point systemIntroduced (with the serve right point system, the match time is not constant, TVBroadcast rightChanged because it was difficult to sell).デ ュ ー スThe victory or defeat at the time is unlimited until there is a difference of 2 points.Serve within 8 seconds.
  • 2007 If players from both teams push the ball against each other on the net, play will continue (previously, play was stopped and no count was given).
  • 2009 Above both feet身体Any part ofCoatsIs allowed as long as it does not interfere with the opponent's play (previously it was a foul if both hands crossed the center line and touched the opponent's court).AthletesNetTouching (except for the white belt at the top) is allowed as long as it does not interfere with the opponent's play (previously it was a foul to touch any part of the net. You can touch the net, but intentionally pull down the net and attack If you do something like hitting, you may be penalized as an act contrary to sportsmanship).2014Obsolete.
  • 2011 Elimination of restrictions on the replacement of 1st and 2nd liberos.
  • 2013 Announced postponement of stricter application of double contact catch in finger overhand serve receive approved at the previous year's general meeting[7].
  • 2013
    • Challenge system (Video judgment) Test introduction.Each team can request until one set fails twice.
    • Trial the following two special rules at the U-10 World Championships in October[8].
      1. The current 25-point system has been changed to a 21-point system, which has reduced the technical time-out from 8 points and 16 points to 12 points.
      2. Changed the time to hit the serve after the referee's whistle from the current 8 seconds to 15 seconds.
  • 2014 Contact of the net between the two antennas by a player playing the ball was a foul, and the 2009 mitigation (white belt only) was withdrawn.[9][10].. Applicable from 2015.
  • 2015 This yearW cupSuch,PointsThe number of wins is now prioritized in the ranking method.
  • 2016 The challenge system will be applied within 5 seconds after the play and will be applied during the rally.[11][12][13].

the term

Things related to technology

Serve (service)
Hitting the ball toward the opponent's court.To serve, shake your hand from belowUnderhand serve, Raise the ball high and hit hard while jumpingSpike serve (jumping serve), Do not jump and hit with emphasis on controlFloater serve, Jump lightly with a run-up, then raise the toss and hitBroad serve, Jump and hit with the movement of the floaterJump floater serve, Launch high with underhandCeiling serveThere are methods such as.
Underhand pass
Effective play when receiving a strong return ball from the opponent at a low position.for that reasonreceiveIt is also called, and there are roughly two types: service receive and spike receive.In particular, spike receive is called Dig.It is often used to extend both arms to the front of the body, lightly grasp the other hand with one hand, and play the ball near the wrist.It is convenient to receive the ball in a low position.On the other hand, controlling the ball is relatively difficult.
Overhand pass
A play in which a ball with a slow speed is played with both hands lightly pushing up the ball above the head.tossAlso called.Often done before the next attack that emphasizes control.
Spike (attack)
The action of hitting the ball over the net while jumpingspikeIs.It is basic to hit the ball downward as if hitting the opponent's court, but there are also cases where the ball is intentionally hit against the opponent's block to get the ball off the court, or the timing is shifted to avoid the opponent's block.
block
A play that jumps in a timely manner against the opponent's spikes and stretches both hands upwards to prevent the ball from being hit on your court or to reduce its power.The contact of the ball by the block is not counted as one time until the ball is returned in the 6-person system, but it is counted as one time in the 1-person system.
feint
A play in which the opponent is tossed with actions that the opponent would not expect, such as pretending to hit a spike, flicking the ball lightly with a fingertip, and dropping it on the opponent's court so as not to hit the block.
Balance smash
A spike that stretches both hands to 180 degrees, rotates like a windmill, and hits.Also known as: Roundhouse Arm Swing.

Tactical stuff

Quick attack (haste)
An attack that raises the toss low and fast and hits spikes quickly.There are four types, A to D, depending on the position where the toss is raised, and the setter uses these properly. A-quick is an attack from the left side almost directly above the setter, and B-quick devised by Japanese men is farther to the left side than A-quick. The C-quick is an attack from the light side almost directly above the setter, and the most difficult D-quick is a spike from a place farther to the light side than the C-quick.
Open attack
An attack that raises the toss in a mountain and hits spikes at that timing.There is plenty of time and it is possible to hit relatively hard.However, it also has the aspect that it is easy for the enemy to adjust the timing.Also, if the setup is disturbed, it is often the case that the time allowance is used to lead to an open attack.Often used for attacks from the left and right, rare from the center.
Semi-attack
An attack that raises the toss a little lower than the open and a little closer to the setter side and hits a spike.Attack play that can be said to be between open attack and quick attack.
parallel
An attack that hits a toss lower and faster than the open from almost the same position as the open.The name comes from the fact that toss is done almost parallel to the top of the net.It was the first attack play by the All Japan team, and it was named "Hikari Attack" from the Shinkansen Hikari.The difficulty is high, but it is easy to dodge blocks.
Back attack
An attack made by a rearguard player from behind the attack line.
Pipe attack
Even in the back attack, a short toss attack from the center with a slight haste.
Time difference attack
A tactic in which a "decoy" player who does not plan to touch the ball jumps to upset the timing of the opponent's block.
Time difference per person
A tactic that disrupts the timing of the opponent's block by inserting a jump feint before the player who hits the spike makes the original jump.The inventor is JapanJungo Morita.
Mobile attack (broad)
The center player runs in a position parallel to the C quick, D quick, and light, and hits while flowing with one foot.The setter raises a long, low toss.
Two attack
The second attack play where the setter should normally raise the toss.

Other

Chance ball
A return ball that is easy to operate.
Volleyball 3 major tournament
The Olympics, World Championships, and World Cup.
Matchmaking
As a result of two players going to pick up the ball, they give up and drop the ball.

Derived sports

Beach volleyball
Volleyball on the beach.Currently, the two-person system is the mainstream. There is also a four-person system.
Beach ball valley
ToyamaAsahi TownOrigin.Do it with a vinyl beach ball. Use a badminton court with 4 players.
Balloon volleyball
Beach ballVolleyball to use.
Balloon Valley
風 船(I use rubber balloons.Balloon ballVolleyball that uses).
Soft volleyball(Mini volleyball)
The ball is made of rubber and is slightly larger than volleyball. 4-person system.
handcuffsPut on and fix both hands.Use a soft ball[14][15].
Uses a soft ball that is one size larger than volleyball.
Sitting volleyball
Sit down volleyball.ParalympicOfficial event.
Floor volleyball
Visually impairedVolleyball that also supports.Pass the ball from under the net. 6 people system.
It was devised based on floor volleyball. 6 people system.
Def volleyball
Deaf personVolleyball corresponding to.
Volleyball born in Miyagi prefecture.It's different from domestic women's volleyball.
TokyoNerimaOriginated in.Throw and catch the ball instead of hitting it.
Squash volleyball
Volleyball was born in Kochi prefecture. Perform with 3 people.Use a rubber ball and be sure to return it three times.The coat isbadmintonuse.
Volleyball in the rice fields. Also called "mud volleyball" or "paddy volleyball".
Mixed volleyball
A 3-person system with 6 men and 224 women each.The height of the net is XNUMX cm.
Park Valley
4-person system.Park (park).
Mini valley
4-person system.

Similar sports

Fistball
Also known as the predecessor of volleyball[16].
Kimball
4 people system.Uses a huge ball with a diameter of 122 cm and a weight of 1 kg.
Bossaball
3 ―― 5 people system.trampolineuse.

BesidesIndiacaIs a rally competition via the Internet, and has the common feature of no-bound rules that are performed with bare hands.FeatherThere are also differences, such as using a ball with a mark and a four-person system.

Volleyball-themed manga, anime, and drama

Volleyball-themed video game

Attack for
1986,Pax SoftnicaThanMSXGame software released in.The software that was the source of the following family computer version of volleyball.
volleyball
1986,NintendoThanFamily computer disk systemGame software released in.
Super volleyball
1989,Video systemReleased byarcade game. In 1990PC engineMega drive, In 2005PlayStation 2Transplanted to.
Super Valley '91
1991, Released by Video Systemarcade game.
Super Valley II
1992, From the video systemSuper NintendoGame software released in.
Volleyball Twin
1992 years,Tonkin HouseGame software released by Super Nintendo.
Multiplayer volleyball
1994,Pack in videoGame software released by Super Nintendo.
Virtual volleyball
1995,ImagineerThanSega SaturnGame software released in.
Victory Spike
1996, From ImagineerPlayStationGame software released in.
Exciting valley
1998,AthenaThanPlayStationGame software released in.
Break Valley
1999, Game software released on PlayStation by Aqua Rouge.2001ToDXNUMX PublisherReleased under the title of "SIMPLE 1500 Series Vol.54 THE Volleyball".
SIMPLE2000 Series Vol.41 THE Volleyball
2003,DXNUMX PublisherThanPlayStation 2Game software released in.
Waku Waku Valley 2
2003 years,successThanPlayStation 2Game software released in.
Volleyball World Cup ~ Venus Evolution ~
2007 year 10 month,spikeThanPlayStation 2Game software released in.
Spike volleyball
2019 year 7 month,Oizumi AmuseoThanPlayStation 4Game software released in.

Dedicated gymnasium

2015 years,IwateShiwa TownJapan's first volleyball gymnasium was opened in Japan[17].

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注 釈

  1. ^ There is also a 9-person system, mainly "Mama's volleyballAsJapanAlthough it is held in Japan, it is not widely used worldwide, and international games are played by 6 players.
  2. ^ At international competitions held in JapanJapanese flag JapanOnly the battle may be longer[3].

Source

  1. ^ Yasuhiko Haga ed., "Elementary School Japanese Dictionary" (5th edition) Gakken Plus, 12-22, pp. 1035. 
  2. ^ a b "(XNUMX) Birth of volleyball”. Kanagawa Volleyball Association. 2022/5/5Browse.
  3. ^ Japan's advantage is funny, Iran criticized / Valley --SANSPO.COM December 2011, 12[Broken link]
  4. ^ "Transition of Volleyball Rules and Its Background" (Kuzo Ikeda Nihon Bunka Shuppan 1985)
  5. ^ Monthly Volleyball January 2009 Issue 1
  6. ^ Yasunobu Yoshida "Study on tactical changes associated with rule revisions in volleyballBulletin of the Center for Physical Education and Sports, Hosei University, No. 21, Center for Physical Education and Sports, Hosei University, March 2003, pp. 3-23, two:10.15002/00005064, ISSN 2186 – 2842, NOT 110001137488.
  7. ^ Postponement of application of Rule 9.2.4 regarding hit characteristics --Japan Volleyball Association
  8. ^ FIVB.Twenty-one point rule to be tested at U23 World Championships". 2013/9/21Browse.
  9. ^ About revisions and revisions of various rules March 27, 3 --Kagoshima Volleyball Association
  10. ^ 2015 rule revision --Tokushima Prefectural Federation Volleyball Council
  11. ^ Thai coach rage! 2 runs with a red card "First time in my life" -Nikkan Sports, August 2016, 5
  12. ^ Thailand protests "This is a show" XNUMX runs in delay -Asahi Shimbun, December 2016, 5
  13. ^ Prolonged games, confusion among players ... Challenge system for volleyball with many challenges --Sponichi (Hiroshi Yanagita), May 2016, 5
  14. ^ Handcuffs-volley World Yuru Sports Association
  15. ^ Episode 2: Art Director Creating New Sports Dentsu Inc. Yoshiyuki Imoto
  16. ^ Nippon Foundation Library (Digital Library) SPORTS FOR ALL NEWS Vol.29
  17. ^ "[Shiwa Town, Iwate Prefecture Ogar Project ①] What is amazing about this" citizen-private partnership model "?"(July 2015, 5). http://www.homes.co.jp/cont/press/reform/reform_00209/ 2016/12/24Browse. 

References

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Nihon University

Nihon University(Nihon University,English: Nihon University) IsTokyoChiyodaKudan MinamiHeadquarters located at 8-24-XNUMXJapan OfPrivate universities.1920Was installed in.Abbreviation of university TheDay university(Hi).All ofFaculty-Graduate SchoolsGraduate SchoolHave independent campuses like colleges.

Overview

Whole university

Nihon UniversityJapan's largestHave a magnitude of[1]privateUniversityIs. Total number of graduates as of March 2018 3[2]And 2019 students as of May 5, 1[3]Is also number one in all Japanese universities[4].. As of June 2019The presidentNumber of university students from 20,741[5]No. 1 in all Japanese universities (*Listed companies5th place if limited to[5].

"Always have a global perspective on the development of education and human society.ContributionIs the educational goal.Akiyoshi YamadaAs a scholar, the foundersMiyazaki DozaburoKentaro Kaneko11 legal scholars including[6].

In establishing the predecessor, the Japanese Law School, Yamada, from that standpoint, in consultation with the former founder, said, "In order to clarify the old system of old Japanese law and study various new codes that will be born in Japan. Establish a school to study law. "That is, heImperial Japanese ConstitutionIn the early days of the modern nation, which was promulgated, the establishment of a law school specializing in "national law" was considered to be an urgent task, and the establishment project was immediately started.And1889(22th year of Meiji)10/4,TokyoWith permission to establish fromNihon University Faculty of LawThe predecessor of the Japanese Law School was born.In addition, Yamada continued to work after the university was established.Ministry of EducationHe requested that the school be a "specially licensed school" and made efforts in terms of the school's operating finances.It is well known that the establishment of the Japanese Law School and the opening philosophy and ideas he showed at the time of the school's establishment contributed not only to the Faculty of Law but also to the development of modern Japan. It is the reason why it is called "the ancestor".Nihon University positions him as a scholar.

Education and research activities, medical care, lifelong learning, etc.Modern societyWe are engaged in various activities with the goal of.CollegeEach has its own independent campus,libraryIs located on the campuses of all faculties.Sports ConferenceThe university sponsors such events, and formulates a systematic academic research strategy in order to bring the economies of scale as one of the leading comprehensive universities in Japan, which covers a wide range of academic fields, to the driving force and results of academic research. We are working to expand and develop the content of research and education, such as by establishing affiliated schools all over the country and actively holding symposiums to promote collaborative research between faculties.[7].. 16 faculties and 87 departments, 5 junior college departments, 4 correspondence education departments, 20 graduate schools, 5 affiliated hospitals, 11 high schools, 6 junior high schools, elementary schools, kindergartens, etc.Faculty of medicine,Faculty of Dentistry,Pharmacy,Veterinary schoolThere are 6 faculties in 4 years[8]..The earliest in Japan in terms of medical educationOSCEIntroduced[9].

1903Renamed to Nihon University in (Meiji 36).1920(Taisho 9nd year)University decreeIt became a university based on (For details, seeOld universityreference).Media-Entertainment world,Legal world,Politics,Government,Business world,Academia,Civil engineering-Architectural world,Doctor,engineer,athleteWe are producing diverse human resources in such fields.

Founding spirit (school lessons, principles, academic principles)

At Nihon University1914"" Consisting of 4 articlesFounding purpose and platformWas enacted[10], That was after the war (1949) Was revised to change the form to "purpose and mission" and celebrated the 70th anniversary of its founding.1959It became the present figure by the re-revision of[11].. Also,2007On June 6st, as an educational philosophy, "Independent creationWas selected[11].

Purpose and mission

Nihon University is based on the Japanese spirit
Follow the tradition and follow the charter
Do not let the spirit of self-creation
Measure the development of culture
For world peace and human welfare
Aim to contribute

Nihon University has a wide range of knowledge in the world
Study profound scholarship
A cultural person who is physically and mentally sound
The mission is to nurture

Academic style and features

Origin of founding

Meiji New GovernmentIs a Western powerTreaty revisionHe was in a hurry to develop a new law to proceed with the negotiations.18892 month 11 dayImperial Japanese ConstitutionWith the promulgation of, there was an increasing need to build a school that teaches not only the laws of Western countries but also the laws unique to Japan from a classical point of view.Imperial Court Research InstituteDirectorMinister of JusticeAkiyoshi YamadaIt is,Japan OflawAiming to establish a school for the purpose of researching and promoting national luck, we fully supported legal scholars who are advancing the school establishment plan for the same purpose.On October 1889, 10, the same year as the promulgation of the Meiji Constitution, it was the predecessor of the Faculty of Law in the form of renting the school building of the Imperial Court Research Institute.Japanese Law SchoolWas established[12]..Nihon University has this year as its founding year[13].

History

(The main source of the history section is the official website[14]

Biography

of timeMinister of JusticeAndPriesthoodIt is a central institution that conducts trainingImperial Court Research InstituteAkiyoshi Yamada, a scholar who was the director of Japan, said that national law should be emphasized as well as research on Japanese national literature and history.1890In the school of the Imperial Court Research Institute in (Meiji 23)KokugakuinWhen "Kokugakuin establishment prospectusThe three departments are described in.However, Kokugakuin actually offers courses in two departments, national literature and history, and specializes in that national law.Japanese Law SchoolI decided to call it[15]..Eventually, Nihon Law School was scheduled to merge with Kokugakuin,1892(Meiji 25) Yamada's sudden death broke down (the role of the Imperial Court Research Institute as an educational training institution for the priesthood)Kokugakuin UniversityHas been taken over by) [16].

1898(Meiji 31) Established a high school course in March.FoundationIt became independent and established the Higher Normal Course, which was the predecessor of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.1903It was changed to Nihon University in (Meiji 36).following year,Vocational school ordinanceEstablished a university based on the above, the Faculty of Economics and the Faculty of Commerce, the predecessor of the Faculty of Commerce.1920(9th year of Taisho),University decreeIt will be approved.Around this time, girls were first admitted to private universities. In June, the high school, the predecessor of the Faculty of Science and Engineering, was opened.The following year, the Department of Aesthetics, the predecessor of the Faculty of Arts, was established.The following month, the dentist school, the predecessor of the Faculty of Dentistry, was opened.Four years later, a specialized medical department, which was the predecessor of the medical school, was established.PostwarSchool education lawWith enforcementNew school systemMigrated to.In HeiseiEmperor-QueenAttended the ceremony.After that, the number of faculties was expanded and the organization was changed repeatedly, and 16 of the 87 faculties, 20 graduate schools, and 5 affiliated hospitals were established.

Chronological Table

Meiji (1882-July 1912, 7)

Taisho (1912-December 1926, 12)

University Ordinance Promulgation (April 1919, 4)

Showa (1926-January 1989, 1)

Promulgation of the School Education Law (April 1947, 4)
  • 1947(22)
  • 1948(23)
    • 3 month - Specialized departmentAbolished medical department[39].
    • 7 month - New school systemApply for approval to establish Nihon University.
    • November --Established Correspondence Education Department in Misakicho school building.
  • 1949(24)
    • February-Nihon University Part 2 under the new school system (Law-Culture-Economy-work-Second work-art-Agriculture) Installation approval[59].
    • March-Approval for establishment of Nihon University Second Department (Law, Literature, Economy, Engineering) under the new school system[60].
    • April --Abolished the old Setagaya Preparatory School and Mishima Preparatory School, and established the new Setagaya Liberal Arts Department and Mishima Liberal Arts Department.[61]..Suspension of student recruitment for the former specialized department and higher normal department[62]..Held the first entrance ceremony of the new university. Revised the "Principle of the founding school" and established the "Purpose and mission".
    • October-To celebrate the 10th anniversary of our foundingEmperor ShowaAttendance.
  • 1950(Showa 25) June- Junior collegeIs set up in Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo.Established the Department of Drama in the Faculty of Arts.
  • 1951(26)
  • 1952(27)
    • February-Transition of medical school and dentistry to a new school system.Department of Pharmacy in Faculty of Engineering (Pharmacy(Predecessor of) ・ Department of Industrial Management (Faculty of Production EngineeringPredecessor) installed[65].
    • March --The Department of Veterinary Medicine was added to the Faculty of Agriculture, and the Faculty of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine (Faculty of Bioresource ScienceRenamed as (predecessor of).Toyoyama Junior and Senior High School partners with Nihon University (1954Integrated into Nihon University itself).
  • 1954(Showa 29) April --Established a dental technician training center attached to the Faculty of Dentistry.
  • 1955(Showa 30) June- Iwate Medical UniversityConducted general education in the pre-medical course (medical course) at the Mishima Liberal Arts Department[66](1966Until).
  • 1956(Showa 31) March --Acquired Tsudanuma Campus (the following year, the Department of Industrial Management, Faculty of Engineering moved).Established Graduate School of Medicine[39].
  • 1957(32)
    • March-Faculty of Economics, Department of Commerce becomes independentFaculty of CommerceInstalled.
    • December-Established Mishima High School
  • 1958(33)
  • 1959(34)
    • January-Revised "Purpose and Mission".Established a mathematics department in the Faculty of Science and Engineering.Established a German literature department in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.
    • October-To celebrate the 10th anniversary of our foundingEmperor ShowaAttendance.
  • 1960(35) January-Established the Department of Broadcasting in the Faculty of Arts.
  • 1961(Showa 36) March --The old Nihon University was abolished by the university decree.
  • 1962(Showa 37) March-Established Department of Physical Education, Department of Chemistry, and Department of Applied Mathematics in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences.Established Department of Agricultural Engineering and Department of Food Manufacturing Engineering in Faculty of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine.
  • 1963(38)
  • 1964(39) January-Established the Department of Industrial Management in the Faculty of Economics and the Department of Business Administration and the Department of Accounting in the Faculty of Commerce.
  • 1965(Showa 40) June- Faculty of Engineering XNUMXEstablished (predecessor of the Department of Industrial Management) (Abolished / promoted the Department of Business Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering).
  • 1966(41)
  • 1968(43)
    • 5 month - Japan-Japan disputeOccur.
    • December-Abolish the presidential system and place representative rights on the chairman and chairman[70].
  • 1969(44) April-Faculty of Law Omiya Campus completed (currently a physical education facility).
  • 1971(Showa 46) February --Nihon University Matsudo Dental University (Faculty of Dentistry, MatsudoEstablished in Matsudo City, Chiba Prefecture.
  • 1975(50)
  • 1976(51)
    • March-Designated school (affiliated school equivalent to quasi-attachment) system abolished.
    • April-Nihon University Matsudo Dental University abolished and integratedFaculty of Dentistry, MatsudoRenamed to.
  • 1977(52) December-Established Department of Marine Architecture Engineering, Department of Aerospace Engineering, and Department of Electronic Engineering in the First Department of Faculty of Science and Engineering.
  • 1978(53) December --Reorganized the Mishima Liberal Arts Department,Faculty of International RelationsWas set up in Mishima City, Shizuoka Prefecture.
  • 1979(54) September-The birthplace of Akiyoshi YamadaYamaguchi Hagi CityOpened Kengien[71].
  • 1980(55) March --Established Nursing College attached to the Faculty of Medicine[39].
  • 1982(57)
    • February --Opened the actual paddy school building of the Faculty of Production Engineering.
    • June --The inauguration ceremony of Nihon University Hall was held, and the corporate headquarters moved from Misakicho the following month.[72].
  • 1985(60) November --The monument to the birth of the Imperial Court Research Institute was placed on the site of the Imperial Court Research Institute (Iidabashi, Chiyoda-ku).Kokugakuin UniversityAnd erected.
  • 1987(Showa 62) June- PharmacyEstablished (transferred / promoted to the Department of Pharmacy, Faculty of Science and Engineering).
  • 1988(63) April --Established Mishima School Building, Faculty of Law (until 4)[73].

Heisei (after 1989)

  • 1989(HeiseiFirst year)
    • April-Opened Tokorozawa Campus, Faculty of Arts.
    • 10 month - Emperor-QueenHeld a ceremony to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the founding in the presence[74].
  • 1991(3) June- Nerima Hikarigaoka Hospital attached to the Faculty of MedicineOpened[39].
  • 1994(6) October --Established General Academic Information Center.
  • 1995(7) December-Faculty of Agriculture and Veterinary MedicineFaculty of Bioresource ScienceIs renamed.
  • 1996(8) April --Renamed Narashino School Building, Faculty of Science and Engineering to Funabashi School Building.
  • 1998(10)
    • March --Completion of Inagi General Ground.
    • 6 month - Cambridge University(UK) Pembroke College joint school dormitory completed[75].
    • November --NUBIC (International Industrial Technology and Business Development Center)[76]Established.
  • 1999(11) April-Graduate School of Global Business (NBS) at Nihon University Hall, Advanced Research Institute for the Science and Technology (Graduate School of Communications) on Tokorozawa CampusBusiness school) Is installed.
  • 2002(14)
    • March --Renamed Atomic Energy Research Institute to Quantum Science Research Institute.
    • April --The former headquarters building of Nihon University (Faculty of Law Library) is dismantled.
    • 12 month - SHUFUNOTOMOからOchanomizu SquareTo get.
  • 2004(16)
    • April-Graduate School of Law (Graduate School of Law)Law School)Installation.Opened a comprehensive lifelong learning center in the Correspondence Education Department school building (Misakicho Campus Building No. 3).
    • October-Opening of the new library of the Faculty of Law[77].
  • 2005(17) April-Graduate School of Integrated Arts and Sciences (Graduate University for Advanced Studies) established.
  • 2006(18) April --- Due to the transition to the 4-year system of pharmacy education, the Department of Pharmacy of the Faculty of Pharmacy was transferred to the 6-year system.[78].
  • 2007(19) June-Nihon University logo mark "N dot" established[79].
  • 2009(21) January --Opened Nihon University Information Plaza (NUIP) as a base for providing services such as entrance examination information (closed on December 1, 2012) in the area adjacent to Nihon University Hall (Ichigaya Campus).[80].
  • 2010(22) April --The Graduate School of Newspapers and the Graduate School of Intellectual Property (Independent Graduate School) are established.
  • 2011(23)
  • 2012(24) March --Nerima Hikarigaoka Hospital closed[39].
  • 2013(25) April-Abolished the president system and shifted to the president system.
  • 2014(26)
    • September --The Correspondence Education Department and the Comprehensive Lifelong Learning Center move from the Misakicho Campus to the site adjacent to the Nihon University Hall (Ichigaya Campus, the site of the Nihon University Information Plaza).[81].
    • October-Surugadai Nihon University Hospital "Nihon University HospitalRenamedKanda SurugadaiNew construction relocation to[82].
  • 2016(28)
  • 2017(29) April --Stop recruiting students for the Graduate School of Intellectual Property.
  • 2018(30) April --Renamed Misakicho Campus to Kanda Misakicho Campus.
  • 2019(31) February --Abolished the Tokorozawa Campus of the Faculty of Arts.

Reiwa (after 2019)

  • May 2021 (Reiwa 3nd year)- Hidetoshi TanakaArrest of the president (suspicion of violating the Income Tax Act)[84].
  • January 2022 (Reiwa 4th year) --In response to the tax evasion case of the former president and the mandate fraud case by the former directorsJapan Private School Promotion and Mutual Aid AgencyDecided not to grant the full amount of the ordinary expenses subsidy (private school subsidy) to Nihon University.The university completely denied the increase in tuition fees due to this.[85][86].

basic data

Address

Symbol

  • Logo
    • 20076/1It is a school color as a university-wide unified logo.ScarletThe acronym N and the founding spirit of Japan, respect for Japanese traditions and culture, respect for individuals, and the image of the shining sun (Dot) CombinedN. (Ndot) was selected.
  • School color
    • 1921In (Taisho 10)deep red(Kou) ”was selected, and that color was also used for the school flag,1958(Showa 33) againScarletWas decided[87].."" Seen in athleticsPink color"about,1922(11th year of Taisho),Hakone EkidenWhen I first participated in, another school already said ""Red"Was used, so it is said that it was adopted so as not to be confused.[88].

school song

The following are Nihon University school songs, hymns, cheering songs, undergraduate songs, etc.

  • Nihon University Song
(Lyrics:Soma Mifu, Composition:Yamada Kosaku
  • 1929(Showa 4) May, a naturalist poetSoma MifuJapan's leading composer for poetryYamada KosakuAdds a song and the third generation, the current school song, is born[89]..While inheriting the spirit of the first and second school songs, the poems are novel, the songs are bright and light, and they have a majestic character. Is[89].
  • Under the cherry tree
(Lyrics: Yutaka Kanazawa, Composition:Koichi Morita, Supplement:Michio Yamagami
  • To commemorate the 90th anniversary of Nihon University, we are looking for Nihon University songs that everyone can sing.[90]..AlumniKoichi MoritaComposition and lyrics by Hiroshi Kanazawa,Michio YamagamiThe supplementary work "Under the Cherry Tree" was born and is sung at entrance and graduation ceremonies.[90].
  • Flower elite
(Lyrics:Tatsuzo Azuma, Composition:Akimoto Keizuka
  • Nihon University Hymn (Lyrics:Miyuki Ishimoto, Composition:Katsuhisa Hattori
  • "Shining Nihon University" (lyrics / composition: unknown)
  • "Water Champion Nihon University"
(Lyrics:Sato Hachiro, Composition:Yuji Koseki
  • It is also called a water cheering song, and there are other alternative songs such as a snow cheering song.
  • "Nihon University"
(Lyrics / Composition: Unknown)
  • There used to be a gentlemen's agreement not to sing Nihon University in front of the Kinki University cheering party.We are currently refraining from public use due to the internal notification of the university authorities (*CopyrightBecause of the problem).
  • Nihon University Engineering Song "Young Engineer" (Lyrics:Keizo Horiuchi, Composition: Same person)
  • Nihon University Mishima Preparatory Song "Fire Storm Bushi"
(Lyrics / Composition: Unknown)
  • Today, it is inherited by the Faculty of International Relations.
  • Faculty of Engineering "Hokushin Dormitory Song" (Lyrics: Misao Takano, Composition :)
  • March "Nihon University Medical Science Student Song" (Lyrics / Composition: Unknown)
  • "Nihon University School of Dentistry Student Song" (Lyrics:Iwasaburo Okino, Composition:Ryutaro Hirota
  • "Nihon University Matsudo Dental School Student Song" (Lyrics:Kotaro Jimbo, Composition:Yuji Koseki

Education and research

組織

Faculty

  • Faculty of Law
    • Department of Law (Part 1)
    • Law Department (Night Club)
    • Department of Political Economy
    • Department of Public Policy
    • Newspaper department
    • Department of Business Law
  • Faculty of Humanities
    • Humanities
      • Philosophy
      • Department of history
      • Department of Japanese Literature
      • Chinese Chinese Culture Department
      • English Literature Department
      • German Literature Department
    • Social studies
      • Department of Sociology
      • 社会 福祉 学科
      • Department of Education
      • Department of Physical Education
      • Department of Psychology
      • Department of Geography
    • Science
      • Department of Earth Sciences (former: Department of Earth Systems Science)
      • Mathematics
      • Department of Information Science (former: Department of Information Systems Analysis)
      • Department of Physics
      • Department of Life Science (former: Department of Physical Life Systems Science)
      • Department of Chemistry
  • Faculty of Economics
    • Department of Economics
    • Department of Finance and Public Economics
    • Department of Industrial Management
  • Faculty of Commerce
    • Department of Commerce
    • Department of Business Administration
    • Department of Accounting
  • Faculty of Arts (Faculty of Arts)

    • Department of Fine Arts
    • Music Department
    • Broadcasting Department
    • Department of Design
    • Drama Department
    • Film Department
    • Department of Photography
    • Literature Department
  • Faculty of International Relations
    • Department of International Policy
    • Department of International Liberal Arts
  • Faculty of Crisis Management
    • Department of Crisis Management
  • Faculty of Sports Science
    • Department of Competitive Sports
  • Faculty of Science and Engineering
    • Department of mechanical engineering
    • Department of Electrical Engineering
    • Department of Electronic Engineering
    • Department of Transportation Systems Engineering (former name until March 2013: Department of Social Transportation Engineering)
    • Department of Applied Chemistry
    • Department of Town Development Engineering
    • Department of Marine Architecture Engineering
    • Department of Precision Mechanical Engineering
    • Department of Aerospace Engineering
    • Department of Applied Information Engineering
    • Architectural course
    • Department of Civil Engineering
    • Mathematics
    • Department of Physics
  • Faculty of Production Engineering
    • Department of mechanical engineering
    • Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
    • Department of Applied Molecular Chemistry
    • Department of Creative Design
    • Department of Management Engineering
    • Department of Mathematical Information Engineering
    • Department of Environmental Safety Engineering
    • Department of Civil Engineering
    • Department of Architectural Engineering
  • Faculty of Engineering
    • Architectural course
    • Department of Civil Engineering
    • Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
    • Department of mechanical engineering
    • Department of Materials Chemistry Engineering
    • Department of Information Engineering
  • Faculty of medicine[91]
    • Department of Medicine (6 years)
  • Faculty of Dentistry
    • Dentistry (6 years)
  • Faculty of Dentistry, Matsudo
    • Dentistry (6 years)
  • Faculty of Bioresource Science[92]
    • Department of Life and Agriculture
    • Department of Life Chemistry
    • Department of Veterinary Medicine (6 years)
    • Department of Animal Resources Science
    • Department of Food Business
    • Department of Forest Resources Science
    • Department of Marine Biological Resources Science
    • Bio-Environmental Engineering
    • Department of Food and Life Sciences
    • Department of International Regional Development
    • Department of Applied Biological Science
    • Living Biology
  • Pharmacy
    • Department of Pharmacy (6 years)

Correspondence Education Department

  • Correspondence Education Department[93]
    • Faculty of Law (Department of Law, School of Political Science and Economics)
    • Faculty of Humanities (Literature, Philosophy, History)
    • Faculty of Commerce (Department of Commerce)
    • Faculty of Economics (Department of Economics)

Graduate School

  • Graduate School of Law
    • Department of Public Law
    • Private law major
    • Political Science Major
  • Graduate School of Newspapers
    • Newspaper major
  • Graduate School of Law
    • Legal major
  • Graduate School of Literature
    • Philosophy major
    • History major
    • Department of Japanese Literature
    • Department of Chinese Studies
    • English Literature Major
    • German Literature Major
    • Sociology Major
    • Educational major
    • Psychology major
  • Graduate School of Comprehensive Basic Science
    • Department of Earth Information and Mathematical Sciences
    • Correlation Physics and Chemistry Major
  • Graduate School of Economics
    • Economics Major
  • Graduate School of Commerce
    • Department of Commerce
    • Business Administration
    • Accounting major
  • Graduate School of Arts
    • Master's program
      • Literary Studies
      • Department of Visual Arts
      • Department of Art and Design
      • Music Arts Major
      • Performing Arts Major
    • Doctoral Program
      • Art major
  • Graduate School of International Relations
    • Department of International Relations
  • Graduate School of Science and Engineering
    • Civil Engineering Major
    • Department of Social Transportation Engineering
    • Architecture Major
    • Department of Marine Architectural Engineering
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Department of Precision Mechanical Engineering
    • Department of Aerospace Engineering
    • Electrical Engineering Major
    • Electronic Engineering
    • Department of Applied Chemistry
    • Physics major
    • Mathematics
    • Geography major
    • Real Estate Science Major
    • Department of Medical and Welfare Engineering
    • Department of Information Science
    • Department of Quantum Science and Engineering
  • Graduate School of Production Engineering
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Department of Applied Molecular Science
    • Civil Engineering Major
    • Department of Architectural Engineering
    • Department of Mathematical Information Engineering
    • Management Engineering Major
    • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Graduate School of Engineering
    • Civil Engineering Major
    • Architecture Major
    • Mechanical Engineering
    • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
    • Department of Industrial Chemistry
    • Information Engineering
  • Graduate School of Medicine
    • Medical major
  • Graduate School of Dentistry
    • Department of Dentistry
  • Graduate School of Dentistry, Matsudo
    • Department of Dentistry
  • Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
    • Pharmacy
  • Graduate School of Veterinary Medicine
    • Veterinary Science
  • Graduate School of Bioresource Sciences
    • Department of Biological Resource Production Science
    • Department of Biological Resource Utilization Science
    • Applied Life Sciences
    • Department of Bioenvironmental Science
    • Department of Bioresource Economics
  • Graduate School of Comprehensive Social Information
    • Correspondence system / master's program
      • International Information Major
      • Cultural Information Major
      • Human Science Major
    • Correspondence system / Doctoral course
      • Department of Comprehensive Social Information
        • International Information Field
        • Cultural information field
        • Human science field

Major

  • Major
    • Food and nutrition major (BachelorCourse) --A person who has graduated from the Department of Food and Nutrition of the same school or a two-year dietitian training facility school (a course equivalent to a diploma title) can also enroll in the advanced course and complete the bachelor's degree course.Nutrition OfBachelor of ScienceIt is possible to obtain.

Another course

Junior college

  • Junior college
    • Department of Architecture and Life Design
    • Department of Manufacturing and Science
    • Department of Business Liberal Arts
    • Department of Food and Nutrition

Affiliated organization

Although it is a comprehensive university, it looks like a coalition of colleges, so all faculties have research institutes and libraries, as well as museums, seminar houses, and so on. It boasts the largest university facility in Japan with many student dormitories, research centers, training centers, and practice centers (grounds).In addition, some facilities are managed and operated by the school corporation (headquarters).

Library

It holds more than 550 million books such as important materials, Japanese and Western books, and academic journals.There are also discovery services, online database journals, and e-books that can be shared throughout the university.

Casals Hall

Acquired in 2002.Nihon University Graduate School of LawWas the Ochanomizu campus where I lived from 2004 to 2014. Lending stopped in March 2010.It still exists as a famous building in Chiyoda Ward.

Old Kokugikan

From 1958 to 1982, the site of the first Ryogoku Kokugikan was purchased and used as the Nihondai Auditorium.Used in events, general sports competitions, concert events, etc. (Nihon University Auditoriumreference).

Research

21st Century COE Program

  • 2002
    • life sciences
      • Development of new resource utilization based on microbial symbiotic system
  • 2003
    • Interdisciplinary/Complex/New Area
      • Development of environmental restoration technology that utilizes environmentally adaptable organisms

Sophistication promotion business

High-tech research center maintenance business
  • 2001
    • Graduate School of Engineering
      • Research on the development of next-generation medical diagnostic equipment and measurement technology
      • Research and development of functional materials by structural control design method
  • 2003
    • Graduate School of Medicine
      • Establishment of molecular medicine for human diseases
        • Comprehensive research for clinical application of receptor function analysis and cell differentiation / dedifferentiation
        • Molecular medical research on the etiology, pathophysiology, and treatment of immune and allergic diseases
        • Cell regeneration gene therapy using stem cells
  • 2004
    • Graduate School of Science and Engineering
      • Creation of nanostructure fusion materials oriented toward atom technology
  • 2005
    • Faculty of Production Engineering Production Engineering Laboratory
      • High-performance green-sustainable advanced organic materials and development of highly selective separation analysis systems
  • 2006
    • Graduate School of Engineering
      • Development of next-generation medical devices and formation of biomedical engineering industry creation base through medical-engineering collaboration
  • 2007
    • Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences
      • Biological rhythm-based approach to the prevention and treatment of metabolic syndrome
    • College of Bioresource Sciences Life Science Institute
      • Comprehensive understanding of the life community and its application to control methods by a genomics approach

Academic Frontier Promotion Project

  • 2001
    • Faculty of Dentistry Research Institute for Dentistry
      • Advanced dentistry research based on the structure and function of the stomatognathic region
    • Matsudo Dental School Oral Science Institute
      • Reconstruction of oral function by advanced dental materials and advanced techniques
  • 2002
    • Faculty of Engineering Engineering Research Institute
      • Research on environmental symbiosis in mountainous areas and local cities and information and communication technology that supports it
    • Faculty of Pharmacy Pharmaceutical Research Institute
      • New interdisciplinary research and clinical application based on molecular pharmacy
  • 2003
    • Faculty of Arts and Sciences Institute of Information Science
      • Building and advanced use of digital archive infrastructure
    • Faculty of Production Engineering Production Engineering Laboratory
      • Research on advanced use of water for the purpose of developing new technologies that are in harmony with the global environment
    • Faculty of Medicine Research Institute for Medical Sciences
      • Brain mechanisms of cognition and memory
    • Graduate School of Dentistry, Matsudo
      • Elucidation of the development and maintenance mechanism of oral function with aging
  • 2004
    • Faculty of Science and Engineering Institute of Science and Engineering
      • Comprehensive research on micromachine / intelligent electronics integration technology
      • Research on environment and disaster prevention cities
    • Graduate School of Veterinary Medicine
      • Surveillance and control of zoonotic diseases
  • 2005
    • Graduate School of Industrial Science and Technology
      • Research on the construction of a resource-recycling society that applies biotechnology
    • Quantum Science Institute
      • Research on advanced utilization of tunable wavelength high-brightness monochromatic light source
  • 2006
    • Population Research Institute
      • Comprehensive research on determinants, impacts and countermeasures of population change
    • Faculty of Medicine Research Institute for Medical Sciences
      • Center promotion project for consistent research on cancer susceptibility gene search, functional analysis, target evaluation, new treatment development, and preclinical studies
  • 2007
    • Matsudo Dental School Oral Science Institute
      • Elucidation and control of the induction mechanism of arteriosclerosis, diabetes and low birth weight infants due to periodontal disease
    • Graduate School of Dentistry
      • Forming a base for research on intractable neurological diseases in the maxillofacial region
    • Faculty of Pharmacy Pharmaceutical Research Institute
      • Construction of a library of natural product fractions and compounds-Aiming to develop therapeutic agents for intractable diseases based on cytotoxicity and protection-
    • Faculty of Engineering Engineering Research Institute
      • Proposal of strategic management methods aimed at preserving the social and environmental infrastructure in the region and improving disaster prevention capabilities

Bio-venture R & D base development project

  • 2000
    • Graduate School of Medicine
      • Development and application of gene analysis technology related to the development of multigenic diseases
      • Development of treatments for new viral infections
  • 2000
    • College of Bioresource Sciences Life Science Institute
      • Research on energy conversion bioreactors for unused biological resources

Venture R & D base development project

  • 2001
    • Graduate School of Dentistry, Matsudo
      • Development and practical application of a rapid detection system for high-risk caries (cavities) and a safe system for eliminating caries-causing bacteria

Industry-academia collaborative research promotion project

  • 2003
    • Graduate School of Medicine
      • Analysis and control of brain dysfunction using optical engineering technology and implantable stimulation devices
        • Measurement of optical properties of human brain tissue and measurement of brain function by visible light spectroscopy
        • Analysis of human neural circuit function by optical engineering technology and implantable stimulation device
        • Control of human neural circuit function by optical engineering technology and implantable stimulation device

Open research center maintenance business

  • 2001
    • Faculty of Science and Engineering Institute of Science and Engineering
      • Analytical evaluation of the composition and role of cultural heritage protection organizations in Asian countries
      • Elucidation of historical changes in restoration technology and construction methods for cultural heritage in Asia
      • Promotion of database creation of Asian cultural heritage restoration information and construction of disclosure methods
    • Graduate School of Bioresource Sciences
      • Basic research on the characteristics of industry and society to evaluate sustainable circulation
      • Development of biological functions and development of environmental conservation / restoration technology
      • Environment and resourcesEcological designTechnology development
    • Graduate School of Global Business
      • Fostering competitive technology development capabilities in the global market and developing and disseminating specific development methods CFTSM
  • 2002
    • Graduate School of Bioresource Sciences
      • Research on the development of new functions of marine organisms
      • Ecological research for sustainable productivity improvement of marine biological resources
      • Research on the role evaluation of the marine environment in the marine symbiotic system
  • 2005
    • Faculty of Arts Institute of Arts
      • Basic research on the educational system of Japanese dance and comparative research with traditional Asian dance
    • Graduate School of Medicine
      • Elucidation of pathogen suppression genes and control of infectious diseases
  • 2006
    • Graduate School of Bioresource Sciences
      • Application of comprehensive environmental research to realize sustainable use of biological resources to the region (application of environmental conservation and purification technology using biological functions to the local environment)

Strategic research infrastructure formation support project

Research that forms a research base
  • 2008
    • Faculty of Medicine Research Institute for Medical Sciences
      • Molecular cell medicine for inflammation and refractory immune / allergic diseases
        • Molecular cell medicine for inflammation and immunity / allergy targeting immune cells
        • Development of cell / gene therapy for intractable immune diseases
        • Reproductive immunity
  • Graduate School of Dentistry, Matsudo
    • Molecular basis for maintaining and regenerating the function of oral organs and tissues
  • 2009
    • Faculty of Arts and Sciences Institute of Natural Sciences
      • Development of new materials based on structural control and electronic state control
  • Graduate School of Engineering
    • Development of next-generation medical devices and formation of biomedical engineering research base through global network
  • College of Bioresource Sciences Veterinary Science Research Center
    • Promotion of strategic international epidemiological research on zoonotic diseases and practical training of young researchers
  • 2010
    • Faculty of Medicine Research Institute for Medical Sciences (Infection Control Group)
      • Elucidation of the mechanism of interaction between influenza virus and oral and respiratory tract bacteria and the pathophysiology of aggravation of respiratory diseases
      • Graduate School of Dentistry Elucidation of the pathogenic mechanism of intractable systemic diseases triggered by oral infection and formation of epidemiological research base
        • Epidemiological survey of infectious diseases and intractable systemic diseases caused by periodontal disease
        • Elucidation of the pathogenic mechanism of periodontal disease-induced infectious diseases and intractable systemic diseases
        • Development of preventive and therapeutic methods using immunology and molecular biology techniques
  • 2013
    • Graduate School of Science and Engineering
      • Exploration and creation of new materials, physical properties, and devices opened up by understanding and controlling ultra-short-time light / material interactions (S1311020)

Community-based research

  • 2008
    • Faculty of Production Engineering Production Engineering Laboratory
      • Research on the application of high earthquake resistance / regeneration technology and health monitoring technology for buildings to give safety and security to local life
      • Faculty of Medicine Research Institute for Analysis and Control of Stroke Sequelae

Research that takes advantage of the characteristics of the university

  • 2010
    • Faculty of Arts and Sciences Institute of Information Science
      • Research on integrated understanding of urban formation process in East Asia and its digitization

Academic Research Strategy Project (N. Research Project)

  • 2009
    • Designated research
      • NanoMaterial-based lightquantumExtreme pursuit of technology

Academic research grant

  • Academic research grant
    • Encouragement research
    • General research (individual research)
    • General research (joint research)
    • Comprehensive research
  • Academic paper publication grant
    • Grants for publishing academic papers, for the purpose of promoting academics at this university, when publishing academic papers by full-time faculty and staff, it is remarkable that it benefits the academic world, and it is recognized that it is difficult to publish at your own expense. A publication subsidy is issued to the company.
  • Special publication grant designated by the president
    • The special publication grant designated by the president is a grant specifically designated by the president for academic books published by full-time faculty and staff who are prominently beneficial to the promotion of scholarship.

Female researcher support model development

  • Awareness reform
    • Build a university-wide promotion system and improve the consciousness environment
  • Fostering next-generation female researchers
    • Effective support from science selection support (entrance) to diverse occupation selection and continuation (exit) including industry
  • IT support
    • ITWork environment improvement using
  • Career advancement support
    • Career advancement support to enhance abilities and broaden international horizons with the aim of actively hiring female researchers and improving their status
  • Creating an environment that balances childcare
    • Implementing childcare support projects, allowing female researchers to work in a variety of waysWork life balanceWork environment improvement in consideration of
  • Cooperation and continuation
    • Continuous support for female researchers in collaboration with related departments, numerous department schools, alumni associations and industry

Undergraduate Collaborative Research Project "Unagi Planet"

  • Special exhibition "Unagi Planet"
  • On-site lesson "eel caravan"
  • Eel Symposium

Student life

Extracurricular activities

There are many clubs that belong to sports clubs, official circles, group associations, etc., and it has the largest number of sports clubs among universities in Japan.

The athletic clubs, sports (group federations), and official clubs and circles in the university are as follows.

Health and Physical Education Council Affiliation Athletic Department
Known as "Physical Education".It is a sports association managed by the University Headquarters Health and Physical Education Secretariat.
Each cultural department belonging to the Federation of Cultural Organizations
It is managed by the Student Affairs Division, Student Support Department, University Headquarters.The abbreviation is "Bundanren".
  •   Goro ArakawaWas founded in 1889 (Meiji 23) by gathering comrades.Currently, he is active as the "Hoaki Yubenkai" described later.
Each athletic club belonging to the Federation of Physical Education Organizations
It is managed by the Student Affairs Division, Student Support Department, University Headquarters.The abbreviation is "Body Ren".
Circles and clubs of each faculty
An organization belonging to the official sports club, culture club, and circle association managed by the Student Affairs Division of each faculty.
Faculty of Law
  • "Hoaki Oral Society" The successor to the aforementioned Nihon University Oral Society.

School festival

It is one of the largest events at university school festivals in Japan, and there are also physical education competitions and calligraphy exchange events.Collectively, NU Festival.

Student movement

University officials and graduates

University organization

Alumni Association

University officialsOB ・ OGIt is set up as a place (meeting) where people can interact with each other, and is commonly known as the Sakuramonkai "Omonkai".[94]..There are many subcommittees and branch subcommittees in all prefectures of Japan.Therefore, a friendship hall (headquarters) has been set up in Gobancho, Chiyoda-ku to manage each of them.[95]..Also overseas ( South Korea,Brazil,米 国Los Angeles,Taiwan, RiceSan Francisco,Spain, Riceニ ュ ー ヨ ー ク,Indonesia) Has a special branch.

NU i CLUB

The Nihon University i-Club has been established as a place of communication for alumni who are helping and supporting the development of the university with the aim of deepening the "bonds" of all graduates, current students, parents, and faculty members. ..As a membership card, there is a "Nihon University Card" issued in partnership with a credit card company.If you use it for shopping etc., the tie-up fee according to the usage amount will be returned to the university and will be used to support current students.At Nihondai iClub, in addition to services that allow you to use the facilities, there are also information services that use the Internet.[96].

Nihon University Newspaper

Established in 1921 (Taisho 10), it is a university-approved organization with an editorial office at the headquarters of Nihon University. The "Nihon University Newspaper (Nihon University Newspaper)" is published, and the publication date is the 20th of every month (January and February are merged issues).Student newspaperIt has the third oldest history in the world.Student reporters cover, write, and organize (layout) everything, and most of the advertising sales are done by students.There are roughly 3 blanket versions, including general, academic, alumni / attachment, and sports.[97].

Nihon University Division

"Securing new sources of income" by donating and returning the profits of Nihon University Division to Nihon University, and "contributing to the establishment of financial base" by supporting cost reduction through business It was established on January 2010, 22 with a capital of 1 million yen for the purpose of doing so.Business contents include (7) insurance agency business (5000) education / research support business (1) student life support business (2) campus environment management business.

Support section

Support leader club[98]
Long time ago1931Founded inCheer teamThere was (based in the basement of the university headquarters), but in September 1970Toto University LeagueDisbanded due to a violent incident at the match venue[99]..After that, the competition cheerleading club (attached), which had been active as a student organization belonging to the Faculty of Pharmacy until then.Nihon University Narashino High SchoolOG(Composed of the main body) was transferred and promoted as a department of the university-wide organization.Therefore, although the name is the support leader club, the actual situation is a competition cheerleading club consisting only of female members.Therefore, regarding support (support of other sports clubs, holding / participation of various encouragement events, etc.), many are commonly seen at other universities.Cheer team・ Unlike the cheering club, the cheering activity schedule is not created and decided on its own, but only when requested by the university headquarters.The main thing is that of the competitive cheerleading club (annual activities that focus on improving skills to achieve higher grades in various cheerleading competitions).By the way, in the content of activities as a cheering club, there are various complicated circumstances with the former cheering party related people, and there are some restrictions (example:AleExchange etc.).In addition, in support activities, we often collaborate with the brass band study group (an organization that has a history of being independent from the former cheering party) belonging to the Federation of Cultural Organizations (however, the circumstances of the brass band study group are also with the support leader department. Similarly, support participation is carried out under the restrictions of requests and permits from the university headquarters side).
Hokokubushi cheering party[100]
The origin of the near-daisetsu is the Hokoku-bushi of the former Nihon University Osaka Vocational School.[101]After the war, the Kinki University cheering squad and the Nihon University cheering squad allowed the use of Nihon University.There used to be a gentlemen's agreement not to sing Nihon University in front of the Kinki University cheering party.Currently withheld from public use due to internal notice of university authorities (due to copyright issues)[102]..The original song is a diversion of the near-daisetsu.However, there is a theory that the origin of the song goes back to "Nihon University Preparatory School".[103]..The songwriting is unknown.

Kokugakuin University

The predecessor of Nihon UniversityJapanese Law SchoolAt the beginning of schoolImperial Court Research InstituteWe rented the school building and gave classes there.1890Was established inKokugakuinAnd the successorKokugakuin University, Or the successor to the Imperial Court Research InstituteKokugakuin UniversityHad a deep relationship with[104]..Exchanges continue, such as paying a courtesy visit to each other when the president of Kokugakuin University changes or when the president / president of Nihon University changes.[105][106].

Foreign relations

Agreement with the outside

Overseas academic exchange affiliated schools

Universities that have academic exchange agreements, etc.America,United Kingdom,Canada,Chugoku, South Korea27 countries, 1 region, 133 universities, etc. (as of March 23)Overseas academic exchange affiliated schools, etc.reference. )is there.In addition, more than 35 international students from one region in 1 countries are studying at Nihon University.

In addition, the following is implemented.

  • Off-campus events, study abroad information sessions, etc.
  • JapaneseLecture (JLP: Japanese Language Program)
  • Government-sponsored foreign students recommended by the embassy
Study abroad

At Nihon University1906(Meiji39 years) for the first international student for 3 yearsGermanySince dispatching to Japan, we have implemented many international exchange programs such as exchange study abroad / dispatch study abroad programs and short-term overseas training programs.[107].

  • Overseas exchange study abroad and dispatch study abroad
  • Short-term overseas training
  • Short-term overseas training sponsored by affiliated schools such as overseas academic exchanges
  • Study Abroad Scholarship
  • TOEFL --ITP
  • TOEFL score-up preparation course

UI turn employment promotion agreement with Fukushima Prefecture

Nihon University on January 2016, 1FukushimaConcluded a employment promotion agreement with.The purpose is to promote "U-turn" employment for students from the same prefecture.Fukushima prefectureTohoku-Pacific Ocean EarthquakebyGreat East Japan EarthquakeWe had a meeting with the director of the prefectural commerce and labor department at the Japan Convention Center with the aim of planning a state-of-the-art research and development base with the support of the government and reconstruction from Japan.[108].

Faculty of Science and Engineering and Faculty of Arts Agreement with Ward Board of Education

Tokyo-ItabashiIn response to a request from the Board of Education, an agreement was signed on June 2015, 4 to provide support based on the contents of the agreement in cooperation with the Itabashi Ward Education Support Center, which was newly established by the Board of Education in April 6. did.The Faculty of Science and Engineering and the Faculty of Arts will support the measures recommended by Itabashi Ward (inhabitants of the ward) to "incorporate the thoughts of peace, environment, and local industry into education" from the side.[109].

UI turn employment promotion agreement with Tochigi prefecture

TochigiAnd Nihon University will conclude an agreement to promote U-turn to the local area and I-turn employment of students from outside the prefecture, on June 2015, 6Kichibee OtsukaWith the presidentTomiichi FukudaGovernor signed an agreement at Tochigi Prefectural Office[110].

Relationship with society

Business activity revenue in 2017 was 1938.7 billion yen[Note 1][111]As of April 2018, the number of books in the university library is 4.[Note 2][2]Is. Total number of graduates as of March 2018 3[Note 3][2]And 2019 students as of May 5, 1[Note 4][112]Is[4].. 2016年度のXNUMXPolice officerNumber of hires 171[Note 5][113], 2017Civil servantNumber of hires 1,028[Note 6][114], 2017First-class architectNumber of successful applicants 181[Note 7][115], As of June 2019The presidentNumber of university students from 20,741[Note 8][Note 9][5].

N. Fundraising

N. Donation is one of the social contribution activities conducted at Nihon University for donations and donations.

DegreeFundraising nametotalDestinationDate of donation
2007Niigata Chuetsu-oki EarthquakeVictim reliefNDonation1,013,640 yenPrefectural Assembly HallNiigataTokyo office2007/12/21
2008
Myanmar-Sichuan ProvincesupportN.Special donation3,568,558 yenMyanmar Cyclone Disaster Relief Fund
Japanese Red Cross Societyvia
(1,784,194 yen)
2008/7/10
China Earthquake Relief Fund
* 〃
(1,784,194 yen)
Iwate / Miyagi supportN.Special donation2,308,722 yenJapanese Red Cross SocietyIwateBranch
(1,154,361 yen)
2008/8/8
MiyagiBranch
(1,154,361 yen)
2008 NU FestivalN.Special donation791,557 yen〃 Iwate Chapter
(395,778 yen)
2009/2/27
〃 Miyagi Chapter
(395,779 yen)
20092009 〃1,326,357 yen
* Combined with 2010
--
20102010 NU FestivalNDonation "Asia-AfricaEducational support for refugee children "1,419,475 yenUnited Nations High Commissioner for Refugees-United Nations UNHCR Association
* Donated by adding up the amount raised in 2009
(2,745,832 yen)
2011/1/21
Support for victims of the Great Tohoku Kanto EarthquakeNDonation12,442,756 yenJapanese Red Cross Society2011/7/11
Great East Japan EarthquakeReconstruction assistanceNDonation3,027,378 yen2012/3/23
2012Educational support for children of Asian and African refugees1,302,152 yenUN UNHCR2013/1/31
February 2, 〃
February 3, 〃
2013refugeesEducational support for children2,575,343 yen2014/2/10
20141,752,812 yen2015/2/19

Incident/Corruption

Major incidents in the 1920s

Showa major incidents

Events that happened in Heisei

What happened to Reiwa

Affiliated school

Nihon University is a school corporationAffiliated schoolIs written as "attached".Therefore, in this paper, in the section name and the following sentences, all the parts that should be described as attached are described as attached.[126].

Regular attachment

Established by Nihon University.It is divided into "annexed schools" attached to the faculty and "single schools" that are not.[127]..In principle, the school name is "Nihon University XX".

Special attachment

Before World War II, it was a regular affiliated school of Nihon University, but the impact of the dismantling of the conglomerate by GHQ immediately after the end of the war[128]By1946It is an affiliated school that became independent from Nihon University.While the recommended admission system of Nihon University can be used in the same way as the regular attachment, there is also a point of working on admission to other universities.The school name is "Nihon University No. XNUMX (Chinese numeral) ○○ ”in principle.

Semi-attached

A school established by a school corporation that has signed a "quasi-affiliated school contract" with Nihon University.Participated in the recommended admission system for Nihon University.In principle, the school name is "○○ (location name) Nihon University ○○ (junior high school / high school etc.)"[129]..In addition, there have been cases in the past where the "quasi-attachment" was canceled due to various reasons.

Old affiliated school

Affiliated school in the old system era

The following affiliated schools used to exist, but due to mergers, closed schools, withdrawals, dissolution of alliances, etc., they have been absorbed or become separate schools.

  • Nihon University Vocational School → Nihon University Osaka Vocational School (1940Separation, present:Kinki University
  • Nihon University Osaka Junior High School (1944Separation, now: School corporation Osaka GakuenOsaka High School
  • Nihon University Osaka Night Junior High School → Nihon University Osaka Second Junior High School (1944Separation, now: Osaka High School)
  • Nihon University Institute of Technology → Nihon University School of Commerce → Nihon University School of Commerce and Industry → Nihon University High School of Technology (currently Faculty of Science and Technology)
  • Nihon University Commerce and Industry School
  • Nihon University Commercial School → Nihon University Daiichi Commercial School (reorganized into part-time Nihon University Daiichi High School)
  • Nihon University Daiichi Technical School
  • Nihon University Second Commercial School (absorbed by Nihon University Second High School)
  • Nihon University Second Technical School
  • Nihon University Third Commercial School (absorbed by Nihon University Third High School)
  • Nihon University Third Technical School
  • Nihon University Daiyon Commercial High School (absorbed by Nihon University High School)
  • Nihon University Fourth Technical School

high school

Regular attachment

 * Nihon University

Semi-attached

The year of cancellation of the alliance in this section is based on the "115th Anniversary of Nihon University" (published in April 2004, edited by Nihon University Museum Installation Preparation Office).At some schools, there may be a discrepancy with the time when the alliance is canceled or the time when the school name is changed, which is stated in the official history of the school.

Designated school

Schools that had a tie-up relationship equivalent to a quasi-affiliated school (the tie-up was canceled due to the abolition of the system in 1976).

Independent school that does not have a "quasi-affiliated school contract" with Nihon University

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注 釈

  1. ^ No. 1 in all private universities
  2. ^ No. 1 in all private universities
  3. ^ No. 1 in all Japanese universities
  4. ^ No. 1 in all Japanese universities
  5. ^ No. 1 in all Japanese universities
  6. ^ No. 1 in all Japanese universities
  7. ^ No. 1 in all Japanese universities
  8. ^ No. 1 in all Japanese universities
  9. ^ Listed companies5th place when limited to

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  33. ^ Established school colors | History of Nihon University Retrieved February 2019, 4
  34. ^ "Nihon University Centennial History" Volume 188, p. XNUMX
  35. ^ Nihon University School of Dentistry Department of Anatomy.establishmentAlso for reference.
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  38. ^ "Government Bulletin" May 1924, 5
  39. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k History | Overview | Nihon University School of Medicine
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  41. ^ Faculty of Science and Engineering, 85 university history. --Nihon University College of Science and Technology Historical Materials Center (PDF) Special Exhibition Nihon University College of Science and Technology History Exhibition November 17, 11 (Sun) -April 6, 18 (Fri)
  42. ^ "History of Nihon University" Volume 92, p. XNUMX
  43. ^ History of the association <About Sakurakenkai --- Nihon University Sakuramon Architectural Association (Sakurakenkai)
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  45. ^ "Nihon University Centennial History" Volume 481, p. XNUMX
  46. ^ Not very relevant, but Takuyukai official website History of Takue DepartmentAlso for reference.
  47. ^ "Nihon University Centennial History" Volume 500, pp. 501-XNUMX
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  51. ^ Nihon University Faculty of Arts and Sciences websiteHistory of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Showa 12 (1937).
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  55. ^ "Nihon University Centennial History" Volume 870, pp. 871-XNUMX
  56. ^ "130 Years of Nihon University in Photographs" p. 68
  57. ^ "Nihon University Centennial History" Volume 39, p. XNUMX
  58. ^ "Nihon University Centennial History" Volume 297, p. XNUMX
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  61. ^ "Nihon University Centennial History" Volume 177, p. XNUMX
  62. ^ Nihon University College of Arts and Sciences | History of Literature
  63. ^ What disappeared from the school rules1956(Showa 31) March ("Nihon University Centennial History", Volume 3, p. 86).
  64. ^ Vocational school --SITES homepage List of old vocational schools.
  65. ^ Brief History of the Technical Alumni Association-Nihon University College of Science and Technology Alumni Association Homepage,Nihon University College of Engineering and Technical Alumni Association Brief History
  66. ^ Nihon University Mishima Alumni Association News (PDF) , Greetings-50th Anniversary-See.
  67. ^ "Nihon University Centennial History" Vol. 125, p. XNUMX
  68. ^ Nihon University College of Commerce Centennial History Compilation Committee, Nihon University College of Commerce Centennial History 2004, pp. 122-130
  69. ^ Nihon University Atomic Energy Research Institute HPAyumi of the InstitutePlease browse.
  70. ^ "Nihon University Centennial History" Volume 741, pp. 747-XNUMX
  71. ^ Kengien | With you With 100 million friends
  72. ^ "Nihon University Centennial History" Volume 908, pp. 909-XNUMX
  73. ^ History | Faculty Information | Nihon University Faculty of International Relations
  74. ^ Their Majesties the Emperor and Empress,Takanawa Prince Hotel(Minato-ku, Tokyo) Ceremony for the 100th anniversary of the founding of Nihon University "Words of His Majesty the Emperor"Visiting other major ceremonies, October 10, 4, Imperial Household Agency
  75. ^ Club Uniform Iwasenihondai High School (PDF) See also page 11.
  76. ^ Nihon University Industry-Government-Academia Collaborative Intellectual Property Center (NUBIC)See.
  77. ^ Nihon University College of Law Library | Usage Guide
  78. ^ Nihon University School of Pharmacy Alumni Association,6-year pharmacy education at Nihon University School of Pharmacy (PDF) Explanation on page 2.
  79. ^ Nihon University Philosophy / Purpose, etc. (PDF) By enacting Ndot, etc., the idea that is easier to understand and permeate will be presented.
  80. ^ About closing of information plaza, Posted on November 2012, 11.
  81. ^ Correspondence Education Department Main CampusMoved to Ichigaya on Monday, September 9th.
  82. ^ Surugadai Nihon University HospitalRelocated to a new building as Nihon University Hospital from October 26, 10.
  83. ^ (25) Business plan (PDF) , About the 25 business plan of Nihon University.
  84. ^ Japan Broadcasting Corporation. “Nihon UniversityHidetoshi TanakaTokyo District Public Prosecutor's Office arrested for violating the Income Tax Act. NHK News. 2021/12/3Browse.
  85. ^ "Subsidy to Nihon University decided not to be delivered in full ... University side "We will not raise tuition fees": Society: News: Yomiuri Shimbun Online". www.yomiuri.co.jp. 2022/2/12Browse.
  86. ^ ""Regarding non-issuance of ordinary expenses subsidies for private universities, etc."”(Japanese). Independent Creation --Nihon University --With You With 100 Million Friends. 2022/2/12Browse.
  87. ^ Established school colors | History of Nihon University Retrieved February 2019, 4
  88. ^ Nihon University Public Relations Department, Nihon University University History Compilation Room "Nihon University 100 Years" 1989, Page 155
  89. ^ a b Faculty of Arts and Sciences Home Screen --Faculty Introduction> School Song-- From Nihon University School Song / School Song Side Story.
  90. ^ a b nu pressFrom other business developments about Nihon University Newspaper.
  91. ^ Nihon University School of Medicine Medical Lifelong Education Center, Greetings from the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine.
  92. ^ ANimal MEdical Center (ANMEC) "Nihon University Animal Hospital'
  93. ^ Correspondence Education DepartmentFor the third year transfer to, 3 credits are collectively accredited from the acquired subjects, and if you have acquired health and physical education (52 credits) and foreign language subjects (* up to 2 credits), you are individually accredited. Will be done.
  94. ^ The alumni association includes prefectural branches organized by prefectures nationwide, faculty-specific subcommittees organized by faculty, occupational subcommittees organized by occupation, overseas special branches overseas, and more than 15 regular members. Organized inMany SakuramonkaiYes, each is active.
  95. ^ Construction was underway as a new activity base for alumni to meet together to deepen friendships and for alumni or alumni and students to exchange useful information."Nihon University Oumon Kaikan"Opened on June 2010, 6.
  96. ^ NU i CLUBNihondai iClub Kizuna is power !!.
  97. ^ Nihon University NewspaperIs the only university newspaper in Nihon University.
  98. ^ SPORTS NIHON UNIVERSITY Sports Nihon University official website competition club list --Refer to the support leader section.
  99. ^ Nihon University dissolves cheering party in a violent incident "Asahi Shimbun" September 1970, 45, evening edition, 9rd edition, page 26
  100. ^ In WikipediaCheering song # cheering songSee also.
  101. ^ About the copyright of the near major section - Kinki University Cheering Club OG / OB Association HomePage
  102. ^ No public use without permissionSee about.
  103. ^ Tokyo Sakuramon Lions ClubPlease browse.
  104. ^ "Establishment of Nihon Law School”. Nihon University. As of January 2015, 1originalMore archives.2015/3/8Browse.
  105. ^ "Open College Completion Ceremony, Courtesy Visit to Nihon University”. Kokugakuin University (March 2010, 3). As of April 4, 2015originalMore archives.2015/3/8Browse.
  106. ^ "Courtesy visit from Nihon University, acceptance of documents for priesthood course batch application procedure, start of acceptance of reservations for Kokugakuin Plush Toys, Kokugakuin Miss & Mr.”. Kokugakuin University (March 2011, 11). As of April 17, 2015originalMore archives.2015/3/8Browse.
  107. ^ reference:Nihon University Headquarters Overseas Study Program Annual Schedule (PDF)
  108. ^ Fukushima Prefecture and Nihon University agree on UI turn employment promotion, August 2016, 01.
  109. ^ The Ward Board of Education, Nihon University College of Science and Technology, and Faculty of Arts conclude an agreement on business collaboration..Itabashi Ward homepage, dated June 27, 6.
  110. ^ UI turn employment promotion agreement between Tochigi prefecture and Nihon University, August 2015, 06.
  111. ^ [Toyo Keizai ONLINE]Top 200 High-income Private Universities Ranking2018/8/8
  112. ^ "Number of enrolled students-Undergraduate / Correspondence Education Department”. Nihon University. 2019/7/15Browse.
  113. ^ [AERA dot.]University rankings that are strong in hiring police officers Reasons why the world of that university continues2017/8/10
  114. ^ [Toyo Keizai ONLINE]Top 200 rankings of universities with many civil servants2017/12/8
  115. ^ [Studyplus][7 popular universities recommended for first-class architects] Job / annual income / qualification rankings released!2018/2/6
  116. ^ "Nihon University rowing member commits suicide at training camp or university starts investigation". Nihon Keizai Shimbun(July 2013, 10). https://www.nikkei.com/article/DGXNASDG2700T_X21C13A0CC1000/ 2019/4/11Browse. 
  117. ^ "A series of" Akahara suicides "at Nihon University Veterinary Department". FACTS(September 2016 issue). https://facta.co.jp/article/201609038.html 2018/5/25Browse. 
  118. ^ "Continuous" Akahara Suicide "Nihon University Director Silently Kills and Conceals". FACTS(September 2016 issue). https://facta.co.jp/article/201611010.html 2018/5/25Browse. 
  119. ^ "[Malicious Tackle Problem] Nihon Phoenix American Football Club Director Uchida and Coach Inoue have an urgent press conference / Viewers continue to say" unsightly "". Rocket news 24. https://rocketnews24.com/2018/05/23/1067684/ 2018/5/25Browse. 
  120. ^ "Power harassment in Nihon University cheer club or university dismisses director". TOKYO MX NEWS(July 2018, 8). https://s.mxtv.jp/mxnews/kiji.php?date=46513100 2019/4/11Browse. 
  121. ^ Arrested by directors of Nihon University, suspected of being in charge of hospital construction-former president of medical corporation, Tokyo District Public Prosecutor's OfficeNewsletter May 2021, 10
  122. ^ Tokyo District Public Prosecutor's Office arrested director of Nihon University and former president of medical corporation on suspicion of backingNHK July 2021, 10
  123. ^ Arrested directors of Nihon University Tokyo District Public Prosecutor's OfficeAsahi Shimbun December 2021, 10
  124. ^ "Arrested President Hidetoshi Tanaka of Nihon University Tokyo District Public Prosecutor's Office on suspicion of violating the Income Tax Act". NHK News(July 2021, 11). https://www3.nhk.or.jp/news/html/20211129/k10013366141000.html 2021/11/29Browse. 
  125. ^ "Neither the defendant nor the prosecution have appealed the conviction of the former president of Nihon University.". Sankei Shimbun(July 2022, 4). https://www.sankei.com/article/20220413-3YC4YACYQZLC5ND3PS2IBKLNHU/ 2022/6/5Browse. 
  126. ^ The mystery of Nihon University affiliated school "Nihon University ○○" "○○ Nihon University" Why mixedAugust 2011, 8 9:7 Nihon Keizai Shimbun Inc. Words Online
  127. ^ Gakken, From the metropolitan area junior high school examination net
  128. ^ Yotsuya Otsuka, Nihon University Daiichi Junior High School entrance examination information, etc.
  129. ^ Nagano Nihon University GakuenUses "Nihon University Gakuen" instead of "Nihon University" for the school name of Nagano Elementary School

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