Made in Tokyo: Kodokan Judo

Kodokan Judo began in 1882 at a temple in the Ueno area located in northern Tokyo. Its 22-year-old founder, Jigoro Kano, helped spread judo throughout Japan. At the Tokyo Olympic Games in 1964, it became an official Olympic sport. Check out this episode of “Made in Tokyo” to learn more!

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