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Japanese Physical Education Day

with UNL Shotokan Karate of America Club

Date: Time: 3:30 pm–4:30 pm
Nebraska Union Room: Ballroom
Additional Info: NU
Contact: Kawasaki Reading Room, (402) 472-9427,
Celebrate this unique Japanese holiday by participating in a free karate class led by the UNL Shotokan Karate of America Club! Since the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, Japan has honored their dedication to physical activity in participating in “Health and Sports Day.” Schools and communities participate in this japanese Physical Education day by performing various exercise activities. Here at UNL, the Kawasaki Reading Room and the Shotokan Karate of America Club will present a free Karate class for current University of Nebraska Lincoln students. No experience or gi required!. UNL Students—Sign up today for a spot at .

(The UNL Shotokan Karate of America Club dojo was founded in 1994 and continues to be led by David Altman, fifth degree black belt (Godan/Highest SKA Rank) student of Tsutamu Ohshima, founder of Shotokan karate of America. Their guiding principles are to fortify their minds, and bodies, perfect their character, and faithfully transmit the art to future generations. To continue learning karate, no-contract monthly fees are $20 with practices held weekly on the UNL campus. Visit their website at for more details.)

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