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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sport_in_Japan

Sports in Japan are a significant part of Japanese culture. Both traditional sports such as sumo and martial arts, and Western imports ... as divination - e.g. if a well -liked fisherman competed and won, a good catch was predicted for the year. ... discipline, but Japanese have now come to enjoy them as recreational activities.

factsanddetails.com/japan/cat21/sub143/item786.html

According to Japan's Ministry of Foreign ... Kumamoto Prefecture as good game for old ...

www.lib.niu.edu/1982/ip820726.html

As a result, Japanese increasingly began to participate in sports and games, ... in recreational and sport facilities, and sales of recreation equipment, became ...

web-japan.org/kidsweb/explore/sports/index.html

Many different sports are played in Japan. Traditional martial arts like judo and kendo are popular, as are sports imported from overseas, such as baseball and ...

encyclopedia.densho.org/Sports_and_recreation_in_camp

Japanese Americans brought a majority of sports equipment in these camps, but many also used gear purchased through mail-order catalogs or provided by the ...

www.insidejapantours.com/japanese-culture/sports

Japan's de facto national sport (although this is not an official status) is the enthralling and at times bewildering spectacle that is sumo.

www.recreationtherapy.com/japan/japan.htm

NRAJ- National Recreation Association of Japan. (info and pictures). Yokohama Rapport- the Sports and Cultural Center for the Disabled (info & pictures).

www.knobbe.com/services/industry-groups/sporting-goods-recreation

If you can play it, ride it, surf it or ski it, chances are good we've represented it. Our Sports and Recreation Group represents a wide variety of designers, ...

tusa.com/us-en/About_Tusa/about

Tabata Co., Ltd. is an international sporting goods manufacturer headquartered in Tokyo, Japan. With ISO 9001 certified design, engineering, testing and ...