INTERNATIONAL SPORTS CHANBARA ASSOCIATION ( ISCA )
We are currently exchanges with more than 70 countries. We would like to increase more than that in the future.
We will establish associations in various countries. The establishment conditions in the branch are as follows.
That the representative is qualified as an instructor (Shihan, Shihandai, Instrument A, B).
You must take the ISCA exam and obtain Dan, KYu, and instructor qualifications (Shihan, Shihandai, Instructor A, B). After you have obtained the ISCA instructor qualification, you can apply for student qualification to ISCA. However, you can apply under your Dan or Kyu. And you can buy ISCA official tools. (Air soft sword, face mask by ISCA)
Use official tools (Air soft sword, face mask by ISCA)
Meet directly with the ISCA president and get approval.
Each country's association can establish a branch for each administrative district (eg, state, prefecture, district, and city) within that country.
The chairperson (president) of the country can hold the championship of the country, and can select a national team member with Team fight player to a world championship.
Even in the national association that is present, the situation of activities is various. A country that always participates in the world championship, a country applying for qualifications of Dan or Kyu. Unfortunately, there are also associations of countries that do not participate in the convention, do not apply for qualifications, do not purchase tools, not held a championship. Then Sportschanbara is not developing. In such a country, we would like to leave the association of the country to those who can expect more activities.
We hope that in association of each country, we will collaborate with government administrative agencies, not personal activities, and recommend joining the sports association and the Olympic Committee.
The Japan Sportschanbara Association is a member of the Japan Sports Association and Japan Recreation Association.
Please report to us about countries that are members of similar organizations in each country.