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Book Description

Title
Disability Sports in Japan
− Community Disability Sports and Recreation Activities −
Summary
Between 2012 and 2014, SSF was commissioned by Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (Japan Sports Agency) to conduct "Project on Collaborative Sports/Recreation Activities for People with and without Disabilities -Research on Community Disability Sports and Recreation Activities-". This is the English summary of the project reports and the issues cover the latest data about sports participation, sports facilities, special schools, and instructors for people with disabilities in Japan.

Book Description

Title
Disability Sports in Japan
Summary
Findings are based on research focused on determining the current state of community disability sports and recreation activities in Japan, conducted between 2012 - 2014 by SSF. This research was commissioned by Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (Japan Sports Agency).

Postcard Description

The postcards cover the following topics:

  • Percentage of disabled people who participated in sports / recreation in the past year
  • Percentage of disabled people who participated in sports / recreation in the past year (20+ years old)
  • Sport / activity disabled people participated in in the past year
  • Opportunities for sports outside of physical education at special schools
  • Physical activities implemented within high school sports clubs at special schools
  • Physical activities implemented within high school sports clubs at special schools (by school type)
  • Number of disability sports facilities in Japan in 2012
  • Types and percentage of facilities adjoined to 114 disability sports facilities in 2012
  • Overview of JPSA's Para-Sports instructors in FY2011
  • Breakdown of Para-Sports instructors by qualification(by age group, in FY2011)
Title
Sport White Paper
in Japan Digest 2014
Summary
This is the only white paper in the sports world that analyzes the current situation of sports and physical activities in Japan in detail based on actual data. "Sport White Paper" provides the latest data and advanced case examples inside and outside Japan while covering trending topics. This book is a must for sports officials.

Book Description

  • Chapter 1: Sports Policy ( PDF: 311K )
    1. The Acts on Sports
    2. Sports Administration System
    3. The Sport Basic Plan
  • Chapter 2: Sports Participation ( PDF: 1.34MB )
    1. Participation in Sports and Physical Activities
    2. Sports Spectators
    3. Volunteering in Sports
  • Chapter 3: Financial Resources for Sports ( PDF: 1.23MB )
    1. National and Local Government Budget for Sports
    2. Sports Promotion Lottery and Public Gambling
    3. Funds for Sports Organizations
    4. National Budget for High Performance Sports
  • Chapter 4: Sports Facilities ( PDF: 688K )
    1. Current Status of Sports Facilities
    2. Sports Facilities for High Performance Sports
    3. Sports Facilities for People with Disabilities
  • Chapter 5: Human Resources for Sports ( PDF: 611K )
    1. Professions in Sports
    2. Sports Instructors
  • Chapter 6: Sports Clubs ( PDF: 921K )
    1. Sports Club Memberships for Adults
    2. Participation in Sports Clubs and School Sports Clubs
      by Young People
    3. Private Fitness Clubs
    4. Comprehensive Community Sports Clubs
Title
The 2014 SSF
National Sports-Life Survey
Summary
SSF (Sasakawa Sports Foundation) has conducted the Sports-Life Survey every two years since 1992. It is intended to provide a solid basis for a comprehensive understanding of the current situation of the sports movement in Japan, to help the promotion of "Sport for Everyone." We surveyed men and women at least 20 years of age living in various locations across the country. We set the sample size at 2,000 by way of quota sampling. Between May 23 and June 15, 2014, surveyors visited the participants and left a questionnaire. The main findings are as follows.

Book Description

Survey findings

  • Levels of Participation in Sports and Physical Activities
  • Types of Sports and Physical Activities Participation Rates and Estimated Population
  • Sports Volunteering
  • Spectator Sports
  • Sports clubs
Title
The 2015 SSF
National Sports-Life Survey of Young People
Summary
  In 2001, the Sasakawa Sports Foundation (SSF) carried out a nationwide survey, believing that understanding the current status of participation in sports among boys and girls was urgently necessary for the promotion of “Sport for Everyone” program in Japan. The survey revealed bipolarization in the status of participation in sports and physical activities. Since then, the survey has been conducted every four years until 2009 in 2005 and 2009, and from 2011 every two years, which makes the 2015 survey sixth one.
  The survey was conducted from June 27 to July 31, 2015, using household drop-off survey method with a questionnaire. The subjects were 3,000 randomly selected boys and girls aged from 10 to 19 years throughout the country. The survey questions included the current situation about sports and physical activities (such as frequency, time, and intensity), available sports facilities, sports clubs, sports spectating, sports volunteering, and lifestyle habits (such as breakfast and sleeping). The number of valid responses was 1,712 (a response rate of 57.1%). The following is a summary of the main survey results.

Book Description

Survey findings

  • Participation in Sports and Physical Activities by Frequency
  • Types of Sports and Physical Activities
  • Membership of Sports Clubs
  • Sports Volunteer
  • Attendance of Spectator Sports
Title
The 2015 SSF
National Sports-Life Survey of Children
Summary
  Toward the realization of “Sport for Everyone” program, the Sasakawa Sports Foundation (SSF) has been conducting the “Sports-Life Survey of Children Aged Four to Nine Years” every two years, which is designed to understand the participation rate of children in sports and physical activities after school and during holidays and the sports environment surrounding children.
  The survey was carried out from June 27 to July 31, 2015, using the household drop-off survey method with a questionnaire. The subjects were 1,800 randomly selected boys and girls aged four to nine years throughout the country. The survey questions included the current situation about sports and physical activities (such as frequency, time, and intensity), available sports facilities, sports clubs, sports spectating, sports lessons and practices, family involvement in sports and physical activities, and lifestyle habits (such as breakfast and sleeping). The number of valid responses was 1,123 (a response rate of 62.4%). The following is a summary of the main survey results.

Book Description

Survey findings

  • Participation in Sports and Physical Activities by Frequency
  • Types of Sports and Physical Activities
  • Facilities and Places
  • Membership of sports clubs
  • Sports, physical exercises, or playing exercises with family

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