Risei Kano

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Risei Kano (嘉納 履正 Kanō Risei?, born November 25, 1900 - January 13, 1986) was one of the three sons of Kanō Jigorō, the creator of Judo. Risei Kanō was the second president of the International Judo Federation, from 1952 to 1965. He managed the Kōdōkan from 1946 until 1980.

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  • [1] Reference for assertion that Risei Kanō managed the Kōdōkan from 1946.
  • [2] Reference for number of Jigorō Kanō's children