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|09:30||Kyu gradings (only for members of Swiss Kendo Federation)|
|11:30||Check-in and shinais check|
|08:30||Individual competition (open, ladies and juniors)|
|17:00||Finals and ending|
|Junior u18||Born in 2002, 2003 or 2004|
|Junior u15||Born in 2005, 2006 or 2007|
|Junior u12||Born in 2008 or after|
|Ladies||Born in 2001 or before|
|Open||Born in 2001 or before|
|Team||Born in 2002 or before. Participants born in 2002 will be required to show a document signed by a legal representative, from 17 year old|
|Adults (born in 2001 or before)
+ Sunday lunch
|30 CHF or 27 €|
|Juniors (born in 2002 or after)
+ Sunday lunch
|20 CHF or 18 €|
|Dinner||30 CHF / 27 €|
|Kyu examination||Price variable|
|Night at the dormitory||25 CHF / 23 €|
Since a few years, the tournament is taking place at the Stade du Bout-du-Monde.
Centre sportif du Bout-du-Monde, Hall A
Route de Vessy 12
This year the dorms will be located in the complex of the Cité Bleue (University Centre), for the night of September 28-29. It's located only one bus stop away from the competion hall or ten minutes by walk. Bed linen is provided and sleeping bags are not allowed. Please note that the number of spot is limited to 50!
By booking your night at the dorm, you will also receive a pass for Geneva's bus system (don't lose it!) for the days of Saturday and Sunday.
If you prefer something more confortable you can chose from the many hotels that Geneva and surrounding France offer.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions. We're looking forward to answer to you…
The Kasahara Cup is an international kendo tournament organized each year since 1984 in honor of Kasahara Toshiaki sensei, the first Secretary of the ZNKR (Zen Nippon Kendo Renmei) and the IKF (International Kendo Federation). Kasahara sensei played a crucial role in the development of kendo in Switzerland.
In 1972, his son, Kasahara Hiroaki sensei, then 22 years old and kendo 4th Dan, stayed in Switzerland for two years as the first Japanese Kendo professor directly send by the ZNKR.
The tournament is organized in Geneva since 1995 by the kendo branch of the Shung Do Kwan Budo. In 2018, it gathered about 110 kenshis from from France, Italy, Japan, Germany and, of course, Switzerland. In 2019, the 33d Kasahara cup will be held on September 28th-29th, at «Le stade du Bout-du-Monde», close to Geneva's city center.