1937 Emperor's Cup
Statistics of Emperor's Cup in the 1937 season.
Keio University won the championship.
- (in Japanese) NHK
Statistics of Emperor's Cup in the 1937 season.
Keio University won the championship.
1. Keio University – Keio University, abbreviated as Keio or Keidai, is a Japanese university located in Minato, Tokyo. It is known as the oldest institute of education in Japan. Founder Fukuzawa Yukichi originally established it as a school for Western studies in 1858 in Edo and it has eleven campuses in Tokyo and Kanagawa. It has ten faculties, Letters, Economics, Law, Business and Commerce, Medicine, Science and Technology, Policy Management, Environment and Information Studies, Nursing and Medical Care, and Pharmacy. The university is one of the Japanese Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, in the United States, Keio has a high school called Keio Academy of New York. In 1868 he changed the name of the school to Keio Gijuku and it was the first Japanese university to reach its 150th anniversary, celebrating this anniversary in 2008. Fukuzawa stated the mission of Keio shown below, which is based on his speech at the party on November 1,1896. Those sentences were given to students as his will, and considered as the expression of Keios actual mission. Keio is known for being the first institution to introduce many modern systems in Japan. Keio is the earliest Japanese school that introduced a fixed course fee. It initially introduced the culture of speech to Japan, which Japan had never had before and it built Japans earliest speech house Mita Speech House in 1875 as well. It is regarded as Japans first university to accept international students, Keio accepted 2 Korean students in 1881 as its first international students. 60 Korean students entered in 1883 and 130 Korean students in 1895, Keio put Independence and self-respect as a foundation of its education. This is meant to be physically and mentally independent, and respect yourself for keeping your virtue, Independence and self-respect are also regarded as Fukuzawas nature and essence of his education. Learning half and teaching half is the unique culture in Keio. During the late Edo period and the early Meiji period, several private schools often used students as assistant teachers and it was called Learning half. Keio also had used this system. In the early period of such schools of Western studies, there had many things to learn not only for students
2. Emperor's Cup – The Emperors Cup All-Japan Soccer Championship Tournament, commonly known as The Emperors Cup or The Emperors Cup Soccer, is a Japanese association football competition. It has the longest tradition of any tournament in Japan, dating back to 1921, before the formation of the J. League, Japan Football League and their predecessor. Before World War II, teams could not only from Japan proper but also from Korea, Taiwan. The womens counterpart is the Empresss Cup, the Emperors Cup is one of two well-known national football tournaments named after a monarch. The holder can wear a Yatagarasu emblem and obtains an AFC Champions League spot for the next season, since the creation of the J. League in 1992, the professional teams have dominated the competition, although doubles, once common in the JSL, have become very rare. However, because the Emperors Cup is contested in a tournament format. A major upset almost occurred in the 2003/04 competition, when Funabashi Municipal High School took the 2003 J. League champion Yokohama F. Marinos to a penalty shootout, waseda University was the last non-league winner of the Emperors Cup, in 1966. The 2011 final was the first to be contested by two second tier teams, FC Tokyo and Kyoto Sanga, with FC Tokyo winning 4–2, the knockout phase of the competition begins towards the end of the year. Before 2008,48 teams took part in the first two rounds – the winner from each of the 47 prefectural championships and the collegiate champion, the top team in the JFL standings and all thirteen J2 teams joined in the 3rd round. Finally, the eighteen J1 teams joined in the 4th round, from 1965 to 1970, the top 4 JSL clubs at the end of the season qualified for the Cup and the other four spaces allotted were taken by university finalists. Beginning in 1995, the second tier clubs began to be admitted automatically instead of having to play regional stages, since 2009, all J. League teams started from second round regardless of division. In 2012 running, the JFL top team will start from first round. The original All Japan Championship Tournament trophy was awarded to the JFA by the English Football Association in 1917 and this trophy was used until January 1945, when the militarist government confiscated it and melted down to procure additional metal for the war effort. When the tournament was reinstated, the present trophy, showing the Imperial chrysanthemum seal began to be awarded, in August 2011, the English FA presented its Japanese counterpart with a replica of the original trophy, made by London silversmiths Thomas Lyte. JFA President Junji Ogura expressed hope that the trophy, to be awarded at the 2011 finals, the cup winner is qualified to AFC Champions League since 2001 tournament, where Shimizu S-Pulse qualified to ACL 2002-03. Before the establishment of ACL, the cup winner was to qualified to Asian Cup Winners Cup, from 2012, as a part of the requirement of AFC, the champion team must also hold a J1 Club License in order to enter the ACL. In November 2007, the JFA announced that the ACL2009 spot would be given to the 2008 seasons winner, as a result, the 2007 winner, Kashima Antlers, cannot earn the ACL2009 spot by the championship. If the cup winner was already earned an AFC Champions League spot through finishing above third in J. League Division 1, the spot obtained in the cup will be given to Division 1s fourth placed team
3. Korea University – Korea University is a private research university in Seoul, South Korea. Established in 1905, it is one of the nations oldest and most prominent institutions of higher education and it is considered one of SKY universities, known for being one of the best universities in the country. The student body consists of over 20,000 undergraduate students, the university’s academic breadth is broad with its 81 departments in 19 colleges and divisions, and 18 graduate schools. It has over 1,500 full-time faculty members with over 95% of them holding Ph. D. or equivalent qualification in their field, the Korea University Alumni Association consists of more than 280,000 university graduates. It is particularly known for its College of Law, which is widely considered to be one of the most well-known undergraduate law programs in South Korea. There are 115 research institutes, including the Battelle@KU Laboratory, the Ilmin International Relations Institute, Korea University was established on May 5,1905, as Bosung College by Lee Yong-Ik, Treasurer of the Royal Household. The first College President was Hae-Uoung Shin, as an academic institution of nationalistic origin, it was regarded as a symbol of national pride during the colonial period. Bosung College had to many hardships before Korea University of today came into being. Shortly after Bosung College was established, the Korea-Japan Protocol was signed and his exile created financial hardship for the institution. By 1929 the foundation once again faced a financial crisis as a result of the worldwide recession. Kim Sung-Soo came to the rescue when he became the president of the College in 1932, at that time, Kim was managing Choong-Ang High School and the Dong-A Ilbo, a daily newspaper. In June 1932, Kim Sung-Soo took office as President of Bosung College and in 1934 the main building was completed on a 63, construction of the library started in 1935 in commemoration of the thirtieth anniversary of the founding of Bosung College and was completed two years later. In July of the year, a large athletic field. Kim Sung-Soo, as President, made effort to develop Bosung College into the first genuine Korean university. Unfortunately, his hope did not become a reality because of Japanese colonial interference, in April 1944, the Japanese colonial government forced Bosung College to change its name and placed it under the thumb of the Japanese authorities. Following Independence in 1945, the status of Bosung College was elevated to that of a university comprising three colleges, Political Science and Law, Economics and Commerce, and Liberal Arts. Hyun Sang-Yun, the first president, initiated an expansion of the campus by purchasing forest, in June 1949, Korea University awarded its first bachelors degrees and in September of the same year, the graduate school was established. In June 1961 the present Liberal Arts building was completed, various facilities were also completed such as the museum, the agriculture laboratory, the greenhouse, and other buildings for student services
4. Kobe University – Kobe University, also known in the Kansai region as Shindai, is a leading Japanese national university located in the city of Kobe, in Hyōgo. Kobe University is one of the oldest and largest national universities in Japan and it comprises 14 graduate schools and 11 undergraduate faculties, and holds about 16,000 students enrolled in undergraduate and graduate programs. The institution welcomes overseas students, which accounted for a total of 1,108 students and it also has 3,300 staff members, including professors, associate professors and administrative officials. Kobe Higher Commercial School was one of the oldest institution with business, especially, the Graduate School of Economics benefits fully from a century of the history and the tradition. Kobe is also the first collegiate school in Japan. Therefore, Kobe is called the birthplace of Japanese higher education in economics and business administration, furthermore, the Graduate School of Law was also established with the legal studies section of the former Kobe University of Economics. It has become an institution of high academic institution in the field of legal and political studies. The Research Institute for Economics and Business Administration, founded in 1919, has a history as a research institution for international economics. The Institute has been highly regarded internationally for its achievements in theoretical, historical, empirical. In the meantime, Kobe Hospital was established in 1869, it was a center for medical practitioners. In 1990, they made new changes as one of the major universities specializing in graduate research, the roots of the university can be traced back to 1902, when the Kobe Higher Commercial School was established. Its first president was Tetsuya Mizushima, in 1929 this school was renamed Kobe University of Commerce, and it was further renamed in 1944, Kobe University of Economics. The university has since expanded and has created new faculties to complement its main academic foundations. Rokkodai Campus is considered the campus, and it comprises nine out of eleven faculties. It can be seen in the several such as shown below. The university is ranked 10th in 2010 in the ranking Truly Strong Universities by Toyo Keizai, in another ranking, Japanese prep school Kawaijuku ranked Shindai as the 11th best university in Japan. In 2010 QS World University Rankings ranked Shindai 234th in the world and it is also ranked as the 26th best university in QS Asian University rankings. Shindai is one of the research institutions in Japan