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Google doodle celebrates 161st birthday of Kanō Jigorō, Japan’s 'Father of Judo'

The Times of India 28 Oct 2021
Born in 1860 in Mikage (now part of Kobe), Jigoro moved to Tokyo with his father at the age of 11 ... To build strength, he became determined to study the martial art of Jujutsu. During his time as a student at Tokyo University, he finally found someone who would teach him — Jujutsu master and former samurai Fukuda Hachinosuke.
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Google Doodle celebrates Judo founder Kano Jigoro's birthday

Hindustan Times 28 Oct 2021
Kano, who was born in 1860 in Mikage (now part of Kobe), moved to Tokyo with his father at the age of 11 ... To build strength, he became determined to study the martial art of Jujutsu. During his time as a student at Tokyo University, he finally found someone who would teach him - Jujutsu master and former samurai Fukuda Hachinosuke.
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Joanne O’Riordan: It’s time to invest in and support women’s sport

The Irish Times 28 Oct 2021
Women’s sport is now beginning to reach a pinnacle ... So, in truth, what we now need is a blueprint of sorts ... A study revealed Kellie Harrington and Ellen Keane are our most marketable stars after their heroics in Tokyo. A Deloitte study recently predicted that broadcast and sponsorship revenue for women’s sports will soon exceed $1 billion globally ... .
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EXCLUSIVE: How a Japanese commoner practicing law in New York won and kept the heart ...

The Daily Mail 27 Oct 2021
We only get one life, and I want us to spend it with the one we love,' he told the country during a televised press conference in Tokyo ... He met Mako in 2013 when they were both studying at the International Christian University outside Tokyo ... The 30-year-old left Japan for New York in 2017 to study law.
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Princess Mako of Japan gives up royal status after wedding to commoner

Irish Independent 27 Oct 2021
The couple registered their marriage by signing paperwork at a local office in Tokyo’s Akasaka estate in the morning, according to the Imperial Household Agency ... The couple, who met in 2012 at Tokyo’s International Christian University, will soon move to the US, where Mr Komuro studied and practises law.
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Dublin is the best city for students in Europe

The Times/The Sunday Times 27 Oct 2021
Dublin is the best city for students in Europe, a study by a UK-based educational consultant has found. The study, carried out by Studee, also ranked ...
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At last, a royal wedding. But no trumpets, just a news conference

Indian Express 27 Oct 2021
... at one of Tokyo’s premier hotels ... The princess holds a master’s degree in art museum and gallery studies from the University of Leicester in Britain and has worked at a museum in Tokyo for more than five years, so she may be able to find a job in New York’s art world ... Japan Tokyo.
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Where will Fumio Kishida take Japan?

Taipei Times 27 Oct 2021
By Takatoshi Ito. On Oct ... And yet, many questions remain ... Takatoshi Ito, a former Japanese deputy vice minister of finance, is a professor in Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs, and a senior professor at the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies in Tokyo. Copyright. Project Syndicate. .
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Factbox: Who are Japan’s Princess Mako and her husband, Kei Komuro?

Metro USA 26 Oct 2021
Though Mako initially followed royal tradition and attended the elite Gakushuin school through the end of high school, she broke with custom by not continuing at the institution for her university studies, choosing instead to attend Tokyo’s International Christian University.
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Who are Japan's Princess Mako and her husband, Kei Komuro?

The Times of India 26 Oct 2021
TOKYO ... Though Mako initially followed royal tradition and attended the elite Gakushuin school through the end of high school, she broke with custom by not continuing at the institution for her university studies, choosing instead to attend Tokyo's International Christian University.
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Factbox: Who are Japan's Princess Mako and her husband, Kei Komuro?

Reuters 26 Oct 2021
Though Mako initially followed royal tradition and attended the elite Gakushuin school through the end of high school, she broke with custom by not continuing at the institution for her university studies, choosing instead to attend Tokyo's International Christian University.
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PROFILE: Princess Mako known as independent, with in-depth knowledge of art

Kyodo 26 Oct 2021
The 30-year-old princess worked as a special researcher at the University Museum of the University of Tokyo, as she earned a master's degree in art museum and gallery studies at the University of Leicester in central England in 2016 ... the imperial family have traditionally studied.
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Princess Mako’s Wedding to Commoner Kei Komuro Puts a Spotlight on the Japanese Monarchy’s Succession Problem

Time Magazine 26 Oct 2021
“They believe that the unbroken male line is essential to the legitimacy of the throne,” says Jeffrey Kingston, the director of Asian Studies at Temple University in Tokyo ... The two met in 2012 while studying in Tokyo’s International Christian University, and Japanese media initially stoked excitement over the match.
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Japanese Princess Mako’s long wait to marry ends at last

Metro USA 26 Oct 2021
2012 – The two meet as students at Tokyo’s International Christian University, where Mako studied art and cultural heritage and earned a national certificate in curation ... August 2018 – Komuro leaves for the United States to study at Fordham University law school.
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Japan's Princess Mako: The woman who gave up royal status to marry

BBC News 26 Oct 2021
Born on 23 October 1991, she initially followed royal tradition and attended the elite Gakushuin school, where members of the imperial family usually study ... Ms Mako attended Tokyo's International Christian University, where she studied art and cultural heritage, and spent a year at the University of Edinburgh.
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