Professor, School of Law,
Meiji University

SDGs theme

Research fields:
Study on sports of Germany, study of physical education

Research themes:
Explore the new possibilities of sports and education through objectivization of a “body” in society
[Keywords] German Sportverein, study of sports and media, body theory

Academic degrees:
Doctorate (education)

Main books and papers:

◆What Human Teachers Can Already Do: Dreyfus’s Critique of Artificial Reason and Physical Education. The bulletin of arts and sciences, Meiji University, Vol. 512, pp.25–66 (2016)
◆The Birth of Fußball in Imperial Germany: The Thoughts and Activities of the Bildungsbürger, Konrad Koch. The bulletin of arts and sciences, Meiji University, Vol. 502, pp.53–94 (2014)
◆An examination of Konrad Koch’s theory of play in the school for sports education: Play movement and self-discipline in the Martino-Katharineum gymnasium. Japan Journal of Physical Education, Health and Sport sciences Vol. 55, No. 2, pp. 481–498 (2010) (Won Asada Young Researcher’s Award of the Japan Society of Physical Education, Health and Sport Sciences,)
◆Hiroshima Olympics as an Idea: Initiation of Another Peace Movement by Hiroshima’s ‘Traces’ Contemporary Sports Studies Vol. 12 (2011), pp.67–78
◆An Inquiry into Studies of Kentaro Sasaki’s Physical Education Practices: A Preliminary Consideration for a ‘Reinterpretation’. Japanese Journal of Sport Education Studies Vol. 27 (2007) No. 1, pp.1–19 (Won Society Award of the Japanese Society of Sport Education)