Project Name
Active Healthy Kids Japan

Contact
Chiaki Tanaka, Ph.D.
J. F. Oberlin University
3758 Tokiwamachi, Machida, Tokyo 194-0294 JAPAN
e-mail: active.healthy.kids.japan@gmail.com

Member

From left: Dr. Motohiko Miyachi, Mr Takafumi Abe, Dr. Koya Suzuki,
Dr. Chiaki Tanaka, Prof. Shigeru Inoue, Dr. Shigeho Tanaka, 

Dr. Chiaki Tanaka, 
J. F. Oberlin University

Dr. Shigeho Tanaka,
National Institute of Health and Nutrition, National Institutes of Biomedical Innovation, Health and Nutrition

Prof. Shigeru Inoue,
Tokyo Medical University

Dr. Motohiko Miyachi,
National Institute of Health and Nutrition, National Institutes of Biomedical Innovation, Health and Nutrition

Dr. Koya Suzuki,
Juntendo University

Takafumi Abe M.S.
Shimane University
 

Prof. John J Reilly,
University of Strathclyde


Prof. John J Reilly

The report card was a partnership between the J. F. Oberlin University (Dr. Chiaki Tanaka), National Institute of Health and Nutrition, National Institutes of Biomedical Innovation, Health and Nutrition (Dr. Shigeho Tanaka; Dr. Motohiko Miyachi), Tokyo Medical University (Prof. Shigeru Inoue), Juntendo University (Dr. Koya Suzuki) and University of Strathclyde (Prof. John J Reilly).

 

Logo

Our logo shows 3 traditional tops used in the game of Komamawashi, long a popular playtime activity for Japanese. In choosing their logo we wanted to illustrate that even play activities can contribute to physical and mental health in children and youth. Furthermore, the traditional activities and activities link the generations together and can be passed onto future generations. There games can also be played by all generations regardless of physical abilities. Although it is beyond the purview of the report card, we would also like to introduce traditional Japanese children’s game to the rest of the world.