SAJ2020 - Sports Analytics Japan

FEB. 1, 2020 (SAT) at
Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioi Conference

#SAJ2020
#HackTheDecade

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UPDATE

Theme

HACK THE DECADE

2019 to 2021 is recognized as "The Golden Sports Years" in Japan. 2020 will be a crucial turning point for the Japanese sports community. So, what about 2030? Over the next 10 years the social environment we live in will change dramatically.

Known for being an advanced nation to challenge social issues, Japan is also facing a rapidly aging society. By 2030, one third of the Japanese population will be over the age of 65 coupled with a labor shortage of 6.44 million workers. As such, the introduction of robotic technology and AI, as well as increased visa issuance for foreign workers will have a major impact on the Japanese working environment. In addition, the SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals) set by the United Nations are also aimed to be achieved by 2030. Furthermore, as the 2025 World Expo will be held in Osaka, the expectations for culturally driven social change will continue to grow.

The Golden Sports Years will serve as a wake-up call and has the potential to be a catalyst for significant societal changes. The social value of sport could be far beyond our imagination. In utilizing this value to its full potential, what might the next decade brings? What might 2030 look like? Now is the time to act, the time to create the future you want.

Let’s HACK these next 10 years.

#hackthedecade

FEATURE

After 2020, the city of Tokyo is set to become the Sports Tech Capital of Asia. SAJ will symbolize that idea and become a global scale initiative.

SAJ2020, in it's 6th year, aims to be an international event to make Tokyo a hub for the sports analytics scene in Asia. We will support the creation and construction of an environment where “TOKYO” is the focal point for international sports tech companies to set up their respective branches in Asia.

01 From Tokyo to the World: Tracks to think about the Present and the Future

From Tokyo to the World: Tracks to think about the Present and the Future

The primary lecture and panel discussion of SAJ2020 will be held in the idea of “two tracks”. Under the theme of “HACK THE DECADE” we will invite the industries' top talent to talk about the present and future of the sports world. As the only conference that specializes in sports analytics in Asia, we will offer targeted content that can only be heard here and sent out into the world. All session will be billingual in English and Japanese. (Simultaneous interpretation to be provided)

02 'HiVE' - A concept space where Game Changers gather

"HiVE" - A concept space where Game Changers gather

Creating a space to shine a spotlight on and to dig out uncover things, people, and ideas that are underrated in industry. Game Changers who are willing pioneer a new era gather at Tokyo’s “HIVE” from all over the world. In the image of a post-2020 Tokyo, we will create a space to share values, with the concept of jumping out of the sports community – a meet-up space dubbed “HiVE”.

03 Video archive from last year to be open exclusively for early-birds

Video archive from last year to be open exclusively for early-birds

If you purchase a ticket by Friday, January 10, 2020, access to the SAJ2019 video archive (Japanese only) will be included as a bonus. Full content will be free for a limited time (until the end of January 2020). Be sure not to miss this opportunity!

SESSION

Simultaneous interpretation to be provided (JP-EN)

INNOVATION HALL

HACK THE DECADE -Keynote Dialog with the Legend of Millenials on Past, Current and Future of Japanese Sports Industry-

56 years since the 1964 Tokyo Olympics, NHK aired a period drama based on events leading up to the events called 'Idaten'. This year, the Olympic and Paralympic Games are returning to Tokyo. The last half century has produced many 'dramas' that can be described as sequels to the games. The mere existence of the following man will be indispensable in the telling of Japanese sports history. Kosuke Kitajima, a legend in the swimming world, achieved first ever back-to-back double gold medals for breaststroke events in Athens 2004 and in Beijing 2008. Looking back on the past 20 years as an athlete and a business executive, the millenials' legend will explore the current position of the Japanese sports industry through his career and discuss the future of the Japanese sports industry post-2020.

Kosuke Kitajima

Kosuke Kitajima

4-time Olympic Gold Medalist - Swimming

Tatsuo Ogura

Navigator

Tatsuo Ogura

Co-Founder / Board Member, Japan Sports Analyst Association

INNOVATION HALL

How the Olympic Channel is Approaching Fans Ahead of the Tokyo 2020 Games

With this summer’s Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 fast approaching, the IOC’s global Olympic Channel provides fans with a dedicated media platform to follow the stories behind the sports and athletes before, during and after the Games across the IOC’s digital ecosystem. In this presentation, the Olympic Channel will detail the digital, data, distribution and social media strategies supporting Tokyo 2020 with the goal of delivering audience growth for the Olympic Movement.

Mary Byrne

Mary Byrne

Olympic Channel, Editor in Chief

Mary Byrne is the Editor in Chief for the Olympic Channel. She is responsible for leading the global platform’s overall editorial strategy, including the content planning and implementation for the platform’s digital, social media, news, production and original programming divisions. Byrne brings more than 25 years of journalistic experience to the Olympic Channel. Most recently, she served as senior deputy editor for ESPN Digital & Print Media where she was responsible for the editorial operations for their daily coverage in addition to overseeing cross-platform collaboration and integration.Prior to ESPN, Byrne served as sports managing editor at USA Today for three years which included oversight of their sports pop culture site “For The Win.” Previously, she served as deputy sports editor at The Associated Press for six years where she helped with the organization’s implementation across social media. Her experience also includes leading the on-site coverage of six different Olympic Games for multiple media outlets which include a stint as USA Today’s Olympics Editor. Byrne, a former president of the Associated Press Sports Editors (APSE), is an active member of the Association for Women in Sports Media (AWSM). A native of Michigan, USA, she is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia, where she earned bachelor’s degrees in journalism and Spanish.

Profile

ANALYTICS HALL

Sports x Social Innovation x Sponsorship: Creating a '3S' Future with Meta Thinking

There is a need for deeper relationships between sports, social innovation, and sponsorships. But if you step back and think about sports, it is essentially a 'distraction from reality'. On the other hand, the background of the need for social innovation is a serious reality in which society and the global environment are distorted in the context of rapid economic development. "Priority must be given to survival and good performance"... One realizes that these three elements have different directions and contradictory activities. There is an urgent need to solidify underlying thoughts so that the temporary "trend epidemic" does not end. In this session, we welcome Emi Yoneda, who exerts leadership in J-League social cooperation activities and deepens the meta-thinking necessary to create a future where these 3 S's intersect in the first place.

Emi Yoneda

Emi Yoneda

Director, Japan Professional Football League

Koji Ishii

Navigator

Koji Ishii

Director of Sports Divition, mixi / Executive Director, Global Promotion, FC Tokyo

ANALYTICS HALL

What are the Top Athletes Watching for to Predict the Future

Coaches often say "Pay Attention!" - often used in sports training sites, should contain a message that includes not only the intended information but also convey its quality. The act of "paying attention" is different in meaning and method of interpersonal sports like fencing and kendo, ball games like soccer and rugby, and also e-sports. However, in all competitions, "prediction" is an essential skill for top athletes. What does "prediction" mean in anticipation of temporal and spatial changes in the playing environment? In this session, from the perspective of top athletes and researches will discuss "greatness" that cannot easily be seen.

Ryo Miyake

Ryo Miyake

Fencing Stage

Takaaki Kato

Takaaki Kato

Associate Professor, Yokohama Commercial University

Tomohisa Nagano

Moderator

Tomohisa Nagano

Photographer / Non-fiction Writer

INNOVATION HALL

How to Gain More Spectators of New Sports: Case of HADO Xball

In order for sports to become a business, it is necessary to acquire not only the registered player population but also a spectator population. What kind of approach is needed to increase the number of spectators in a completely new sport in which most people do not even know the rules? From the perspective of CEO of meleap inc. Hiroshi Fukuda, who develops techno sports "HADO", and Atsuya Takase, who produced many hit Japanese TV programs such as "Fleeing" on Fuji TV. Let's dive deeper into how the popularity of sports can be generated and spread based on "HADO Xball".

Hiroshi Fukuda

Hiroshi Fukuda

CEO, meleap Inc.

Atsuya Takase

Atsuya Takase

CEO, GENERATE ONE INC.

Mayumi Morinaga

Moderator

Mayumi Morinaga

HAKUHODO DY MEDIA PARTNERS INCORPORATED

INNOVATION HALL

Features in Common among the Winner: Technology and Utilization of ”Linkage” Analysis in Sports

Presented by lightz

"Linkage" is one of the most important elements in sports. The word is used in sports in various ways, such as "linkage of formation" and "linkage of the whole body". In sports, it is a term used in many different ways but actual matches, it is not only about the athletic skills of one’s self or the team, but also about game development and the condition of the opponent. There is a complicated mechanism to improve performance and aim for victory while being "linked" with the elements of mental and physical fatigue. Nowadays, technology has advanced and many kinds of data can be collected with a wide variety of sensors - AI has been used for these complex calculations. Before Tokyo 2020, how far can these "complex mechanisms" practiced by top athletes be refined? Swimming legend Takeshi Matsuda, medal winner for three consecutive Olympic Games, and Shingo Otobe, president of LIGHTz, a leader in the field of sports x AI - having said "Is sport a talent, an effort, or a strategy?" - will discuss under this theme.

Takeshi Matsuda

Takeshi Matsuda

Sports Journalist / 4-time Olympic Medalist - Swimming

Shingo Otobe

Navigator

Shingo Otobe

CEO, LIGHTz

INNOVATION HALL

How to Create the Fan Base from the Rugby World Cup 2019 where Unfamiliar Fans Increased

Presented by sportsnavi

2019 saw many international competitions held in Japan and the Rugby World Cup 2019 Japan was particularly exciting with the success of the Japanese national team who, for the first time, advanced to the quater final. At the RWC2019, those new to rugby, also known as 'Niwaka Fans’ became a hot topic nationally. So, how should the team retain their 'Niwaka Fans' now that the tournament is over? Based around data from Sportsnavi the biggest sports websites, we will be discussing this with Shogo Miyata, formerly director of the Rugby World Cup Organizing Committee's Ticketing and Marketing Bureau, and Amy Matsuo, rugby sports manager at the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee.

Shogo Miyata

Shogo Miyata

Former Executive Director of Ticketing and Marketing, Rugby World Cup 2019 Japan Organizing Committee

Amy Matsuo

Amy Matsuo

Rugby Sports Manager, Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee

Masato Yanagishita

Masato Yanagishita

Analyst, Sportsnavi

Takuro Osako

Moderator

Takuro Osako

Senior Director, Product Planning, Sportsnavi

ANALYTICS HALL

How Sports Analytics Can Be Integrated with the Entertainment

Presented by abeam

What will the world of sport in Japan look like in 2030? Social fluctuations such as population decline are expected and therefore the number of people in the sports world is also expected to decrease. 2020, the core of the Golden Sports Year, is the time to explore the new value of sports analytics. Sports analytics has great value, not only as a means of improving competitiveness, but also as a means of conveying the "attractiveness of sports" as entertainment. In this session, we will discuss the fusion of sports analytics and entertainment with 'Koniwa', an TV personality who is also familiar with variety of sports.

koniwa

Koniwa

TV Personality/Sportscaster

Akito Takei

Akito Takei

Director, P&T Digital Business Unit, ABeam Consulting

Kohei Takami

Kohei Takami

Senior Consultant, P&T Digital Business Unit, ABeam Consulting

ANALYTICS HALL

Applying the Knowledge of Professional Baseball to Amateurs -Use of Data for Performance Enhancement and Conditioning-

Presented by data-stadium

In the year of 2020, YouTube is the 'textbook' for baseball. With the development of communication tools such as YouTube and Twitter, the landscape for amateur baseball teaching has evolved. On the other hand, the indiscriminate utilization of data and condition does not always achieve the goal of improving performance in a game. Coaches and players themselves are required to select and use information that is appropriate for their level. In this session, Mac Takashima, formerly serving as a trainer in MLB and NPB baseball teams, and Shigeru Matsumoto who has supported the use of professional baseball data since 90's will discuss "Using Thinking in the field of Player Development".

mbc takashima

Mac Takashima

Mac's Trainer Room

Shigeru Matsumoto

Shigeru Matsumoto

Data Stadium Inc.

Kei Kanazawa

Moderator

Kei Kanazawa

Data Stadium Inc.

ANALYTICS HALL

Fostering the Transformation for the digital age - The Current Status and Issues of DX-related sites-

Presented by nttcomware

The wave of digitization is pouring into sports and it is beginning to require the use of the latest tools and technologies. The introduction of various technologies has also begun at training sites where we are in daily contact. What are the demands and challenges of the training sites when introducing digital technology? We introduce Yoji Honda of SOLTILO Knows, who implements technology at the age of nurturing and cultivates a large number of teams and players, along with the outline of the digital transformation at the frontline of youth sports - and NTT COMWARE's Hidenori Nakazato, who conducts a performance self-assessment for the nurturing of the next generation.

Yoji Honda

Yoji Honda

GM, SOLTILO Knows Inc.

Hidenori Nakazato

Hidenori Nakazato

NTT COMWARE CORPORATION

INNOVATION HALL

Improving CX (Customer Experience) of Watching Sports: Japan and FC Imabari's Challenges According to a Global Survey

Experience of watching sports can be more enjoyable. Watching sports isn't limited to stadiums and arenas. Information delivery before and after the game, transport to the venue, and all environments surrounding sports and the game have the potential to enhance its experiential value. Surveys conducted in Japan, Germany and the United States have revealed a weakness in Japan is "the magnitude of the impact of the game itself". Utilizing the time and environment surrounding the game is key. FC Imabari, making their debut in J3 this year, has spent the last year researching and analyzing the customer experience of watching games. The panelists will talk how to engage fans with touch points other than the game itself- from the perspective of clubs and consultants.

Takeshi Okada

Takeshi Okada

Owner, FC Imabari/ Former Japan National Football Team Coach

Seiji Morimatsu

Seiji Morimatsu

Deloitte Tohmatsu Consulting Co., Ltd. M&CE Unit Senior Manager

Tetsuichi Utsunomiya

Moderator

Tetsuichi Utsunomiya

Photographer / Non-fiction Writer

ANALYTICS HALL

How Real - Time Analysis Makes Difference in Decision Making on the Football Pitch

Two years have passed since the 2018 revision of soccer's rules to allow electronic communication devices to be brought to the bench. The analyses of technology and data from sport analysts have enabled the immediate collection and provision of information. How does real-time analytics affect management and players on the pitch, with increasing focus on how it can be used at home and abroad? What do analysts need to do to utilize and fight for this advantage? In this session, we will explore the possibility of real time analysis to further develop Japanese soccer via discussions with analyses specialists who have supported Japanese representatives in each category, and experts who are familiar with the realities of data analysis.

Hiromi Katagiri

Hiromi Katagiri

Technical House Leader, Japan Football Association

Hiromu Nishiuchi

Hiromu Nishiuchi

Founder & Chief Product Officer, Data Vehicle

Kei Hisanaga

Moderator

Kei Hisanaga

Data Stadium

INNOVATION HALL

Data Accelerating the Sport Community Development - Utilizing Data for Safely Enjoying Outdoor Sports

In recent years, outdoor sports have greatly evolved in the field of data analytics. What used to be determined based on content and experience previously recorded by specialist is now shared through data-based climbing and running routes as devices and apps evolve. Not only is it useful for exchanging information, but it has also greatly contributed to the increase in those who love outdoor sports. How is data analytics used in outdoor sports? How will outdoor sports evolve in the future? We will be speaking with people who have been developing apps related to running and mounting climbing.

Eri Mishima

Eri Mishima

Japan Country Manager, Strava

Yoshihiko Haruyama

Yoshihiko Haruyama

CEO, YAMAP

Eiichiro Omori

Eiichiro Omori

CEO, Runtrip

Makoto Miyata

Moderator

Makoto Miyata

Co-CEO, Euphoria

ANALYTICS HALL

Why Technology: Not to Rely too much on Data from the Beggining

Technology has been greatly developed and various events can be converted into data these days. On the other hand, the issues facing users are diversifying and it is extremely unlikely that any single solution can complete. Sports have become increasingly sophisticated and complex making it difficult to imagine what they "should" be. In this session, three people from different positions who are committed to using technology to grow people and maximize potential will make suggestions for changing the sense of challenges in using technology and the future of sports.

Kenichi Shinjo

Kenichi Shinjo

Director, HORBAL

Yohei Chiba

Yohei Chiba

Co-Founder/Board Member, Japan Sports Analyst Association

Hiroshi Hashiguchi

Hiroshi Hashiguchi

Co-Founder / CEO

INNOVATION HALL

Unraveling Future of Music Consumption by Data - Music Industry Game Changer in Demonstrates the Next Decade of Sports -

20 years into the 21st Century. Meanwhile, platforms for listening to music have diversified. From the era of listening to CD's and watching DVD's to the mainstream era of YouTube, Apple Music, and Spotify - the meaning of the "CD Sales Chart" has changed significantly. As the market rules change drastically, Billboard Japan, which provides realistic hit charts to the world by deciphering diversified music consumption behaviors into complex data, also plans to expand the market itself. In this session, we will look for tips for the next decade in the sports industry by analyzing game changers in the music industry.

Seiji Isozaki

Seiji Isozaki

General Manager, Billboard Division, Hanshin Contents Link

Keita Watanabe

Keita Watanabe

Co-Founder/President, Japan Sports Analyst Association

Tomonori Shiba

Moderator

Tomonori Shiba

Music Journalist

ANALYTICS HALL

Career Pathway of Sports Analyst - Utilizing Data in Coaching and Nurturing Athletes -

It's been six years since 2014, when JSAA was first launched. The two analysts at the time of the first JSAA OPEN SEMINAR were appointed head coaches to nurture future players. From Analyst to Head Coach- What do you keep in mind as an analyst? How do you utilize the data to teach the next generation? How are you trying to encourage players to grow? Two former analysts-turned-head coaches will be discussing the analysis tools involved in sports analytics since the launch of JSAA.

Shota Shakuno

Shota Shakuno

U15 Head Coach, Hiroshima Dragonflies

Yohei Chiba

Yohei Chiba

Co-Founder/Board Member, Japan Sports Analyst Association

Ryoichi Takabayashi

Moderator

Ryoichi Takabayashi

Account Executive-Japan, Hudl

INNOVATION HALL

Behind the Scene of Making the Rugby World Cup Quater-Finals for the First Time - Team Japan's High Performance and the Role of Analyst-

Intense preparation was required for the Japan National Team to reach the best 8 in the Rugby World Cup 2019. It was essential to maintain an environment of daily effort to demonstrate high performance, to counteract the efforts of opponents, there exists a "High Performance Approach" that can be utilized only by analysts in daily practice, as well as in the games. This section will introduce the analyst’s efforts that supported the daily work and representative history of Japan's Best 8.

Shunpei Hamano

Shunpei Hamano

Analyst, Japan Men's National Rugby Team, Japan Rugby Football Union

HiVE

In 2014 Sports Analytics Japan (SAJ) started aiming to re-define the value of Sports Analysts and expand the capacity of their career opportunities. We have now reached the turning point of 2020 and it’s time to explore an even bigger field. Factorizing the functions Sport Analysts possess, stepping out of our comfort zones - we believe we can create new value in sports. It’s important to create a place where we can excavate and put a spotlight on underrated ideas, actions and most importantly human beings in any industry. The game changers, not limited to Japan but anywhere on the earth who wish to cultivate a new era, are gathering at the “HiVE” in the city of Tokyo. 2020 is the year to take the first step to make a future we want. In collaboration with Venture Cafe Tokyo, we set up an interactive meet-up space called the “HiVE” where the participants share their variety of values and vibes at SAJ2020 as a stepping stone for the next year. Welcome to the game changers who will shape the future of Japan.

HiVE Talks

Venture Cafe Tokyo Way: Tips to Enjoy "HiVE" Million Times More

Takuo Urushihara

Takuo Urushihara

Venture Café Tokyo - Director of Operations

Ryusuke Komura

Ryusuke Komura

Venture Cafe Tokyo - Program DIrector

HiVE Talks

What if You Do Sports on the Moon -Technology Makes it Happen to Realize the Sports Experience in Space-

Goichi Kawasaki

Goichi Kawasaki

Yspace Co-Founder and Co-CEO

HiVE Talks

Sports x Social Innovation

Robin Lewis

Robin Lewis

Co-founder / Director, Social Innovation Japan

Emi Yoneda

Emi Yoneda

Director, Japan Professional Football League

Koji Ishii

Koji Ishii

Director of Sports Divition, mixi / Executive Director, Global Promotion, FC Tokyo

HiVE Talks

Fashion x Sports: How Fashion Professionals See the Athletes' Stereotype

Asako Hidaka

Asako Hidaka

Shueisha Inc.

Mayumi Morinaga

Mayumi Morinaga

HAKUHODO DY MEDIA PARTNERS INCORPORATED

HiVE Talks

How RWC2019 utilized Digital Marketing via Real-time Communication

Eita Kawarai

Eita Kawarai

Former Rugby World Cup 2019 Japan Organizing Committee

Mikako Tanaka

Mikako Tanaka

SUNNY SIDE UP Inc.

Gen Kashiwabara

Gen Kashiwabara

DENTSU INC.

Mayumi Morinaga

Mayumi Morinaga

HAKUHODO DY MEDIA PARTNERS INCORPORATED

HiVE Talks

Music x Sports 〜 Sing the Passion of Sports Analytics! 〜

Chisako Mikami

Chisako Mikami

Singer / Song Writer

Kei Kanazawa

Kei Kanazawa

Fellow, Data Stadium

HiVE Talks

Let's Create an Interactive and Diverse Mega Event from Japanese Sports Community

Kotaro Soga

Kotaro Soga

VISIONGRAPH Inc. Co-founder / Project Designer / SXSW Japan Office

Yuichiro Sakurai

Yuichiro Sakurai

hincha inc.

Kei Kanazawa

Kei Kanazawa

Fellow, Data Stadium

Tatsuo Ogura

Tatsuo Ogura

Co-founder / Board Member, Japan Sports Analyst Association

HiVE Interactive

VR -Olympia on the Moon-

HiVE Interactive

Live Art -Express the Air of HiVE-

Tomoko Matsuoka

Tomoko Matsuoka

Live Painting Artist

SCHEDULE

SAJ2020

HiVE

9:30

10:00

11:00

12:00

13:00

14:00

15:00

16:00

17:00

18:00

19:00

INNOVATION HALL

9:30〜

Opening Remarks

Keita Watanabe(Co-Founder/President, Japan Sports Analyst Association)

10:30〜

Break

11:30〜

Break

11:45〜

How to Gain More Spectators of New Sports: Case of HADO Xball

Hiroshi Fukuda, Hiroshi Fukuda, Hiroshi Fukuda

12:30〜

Lunch Break

13:00〜

How to Create the Fan Base from the Rugby World Cup 2019 where Unfamiliar Fans Increased

Shogo Miyata, Amy Matsuo, Masato Yanagishita, Takuro Osako

13:45〜

Break

14:00〜

Data Accelerates the Sport Community Development

Eri Mishima, Yoshihiko Haruyama, Eiichiro Omori, Makoto Miyata

14:45〜

Break

15:45〜

Break

16:45〜

Break

17:45〜

Break

18:45〜

Break

19:00〜21:00

Cocktail Party(Reservation required)

ANALYTICS HALL

9:30〜

Opening Remarks(Satellite)

10:30〜

Break

11:30〜

Break

11:45〜

How Real - Time Analysis Makes Difference in Decision Making on the Football Pitch

Hiromi Katagiri, Hiromu Nishiuchi, Kei Hisanaga

12:30〜

Lunch Break

13:45〜

Break

14:00〜

How Sports Analytics Can Be Merged with the Entertainment

Koniwa, Akito Takei, Kohei Takami

14:45〜

Break

15:45〜

Break

16:00〜

Why Technology: Not to Rely too much on Data from the Beginning

Kenichi Shinjo, Yohei Chiba, Hiroshi Hashiguchi

16:45〜

Break

17:45〜

Break

18:00〜

What are the Top Athletes Watching for to Predict the Future

Ryo Miyake, Takaaki Kato, Tomohisa Nagano

18:45〜

Break

19:00〜21:00

Cocktail Party(Reservation required)

9:30

10:00

11:00

12:00

13:00

14:00

15:00

16:00

17:00

18:00

19:00

HiVE

9:30〜

Preparation

11:15〜

Meetup

11:45〜

Sports x Social Innovation

Robin Lewis, Emi Yoneda, Koji Ishii

12:15〜

Meetup

13:30〜

Meetup

14:00〜

How RWC2019 utilized Digital Marketing via Real-time Communication

Eita Kawarai, Mikako Tanaka, Gen Kashiwabara, Mayumi Morinaga

14:30〜

Meetup

15:30〜

Meetup

16:00〜

Let's Create an Interactive and Diverse Mega Event from Japanese Sports Community

Kotaro Soga, Yuichiro Sakurai, Kei Kanazawa, Tatsuo Ogura

16:30〜

Meetup

17:00〜19:00

CLOSE

19:00〜21:00

Cocktail Party(Reservation required)

Venue Map

Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioi Conference

INFORMATION

DATE February 1, 2020 (Sat) / 9:30 〜 18:45
VENUE Tokyo Garden Terrace Kioi Conference
1-4 Kioi-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan
TICKET General ¥13,500 (tax included) / Student ¥6,750 (tax included)
COCKTAIL PARTY ¥2,500 (tax included) / 19:00 〜 21:00
CAPACITY 1,000 attendees
CONTACT saj2020@jsaa.org

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PARTNERS

Gold Partners

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For Media

If you wish to cover the event for news purposes, please contact saj2020@jsaa.org no later than January 30, 2020.

About JSAA
(Japan Sports Analyst Association)

JSAA is an organization established in 2014 by some young Japanese sports analysts with full of ambition to cultivate and develop the value of analysts and analytics in sports. All initial members have working experience with national team levels in different sports such as volleyball, fencing, tennis, baseball, football, swimming, etc. It has hundreds of memberships today and the demographics varies not only in performance analyst but also in business industry.

The association is aiming to contribute promoting the value of sport in society by identifying the unique knowledge and skills that sports analysts possess and applying them into the social causes as well as developing the athlete support system in Japan. JSAA is also aiming to accelerate building close relationship among sports analysts in different sports.

If you are interested in the future action plan of the JSAA, please contact info@jsaa.org

WEBSITE: http://jsaa.org

Past SAJ
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