TTC is a training center open to all
The TTC is a facility where tennis can be enjoyed by everyone from young children to the elderly, as well as wheelchair users.
The tennis school offers a full range of programs to fit everyone's lifestyle. Officially known as the Yoshida Memorial Tennis Training Center (internationally known as the Tennis Training Center or TTC), the TTC is a public interest foundation that aims to ensure an environment where tennis can be played permanently, and to contribute to the community through permanence.
In addition to the tennis school, the Tennis Training Center also focuses on the development of internationally active people. In order to achieve this goal, we have received training from world-renowned tennis instructors and have studied at various training sessions while operating business on a daily basis.
Other results of our activities include the release of data from fitness tests conducted over the years, and training methods designed by TTC that are being used around the world.
Vision(Aiming for realization / what we want to be in the future)
Enrich your life!
Mission(Mission to fulfill / raison d'etre)
Through tennis, we will contribute to the development of the sports industry and help create a prosperous and sustainable society.
We will also pass on our pride as professionals and the excellence of tennis to the next generation.
Value(Common values of the organization)
- 1.Practicality and efficiency (elimination of waste)
- 2.Rationality (support of theory, not contrary to the function of the body or object)
- 3.Beauty (harmony and spacing)
- 4.Traditional Foundation
The four balls, which overlap and rally around each other, represent TTC's four activity policies and its attitude of continuing to grow by overlapping and complementing each other. The logo mark in the traditional rusty vermilion color, which is reminiscent of the Japanese coat of arms, represents a society that enjoys the four seasons and coexists with nature, as well as the activities of one's own country in the international community. The design is a combination of the following.
Just as a blueprint or pattern is formed by layering various elements to form a building or a piece of clothing, so too are layers of invisible things layered on top of each other to form a visible and significant progression and deepening of the organization.
We are committed to providing the best possible service to our customers. We will create an environment where people can continue to grow and develop in abundance by remaining flexible in mind, head, and body, respecting the fundamentals, traditions, and sensibilities, being imaginative and unique, and actively challenging themselves without becoming accustomed to the ordinary.
Through daily life at TTC, we want students to learn natural manners and grow into worldclass people.
Good-bye. I'm leaving. I'm home. At TTC, we value the casual exchange of greetings at home and in everyday life. We believe that our students will travel around the world, grow up, and come back again. Look the other person in the eye and tell them how you feel. Greetings are an important foundation for those who can rally with the world and become internationally active.
The lesson (or rally) time is a common time for all who participate. Be considerate of others, be mindful of others, and be pleasant to be with. Also, if you do not keep your promises and deadlines, you will not gain "trust," no matter where you are in the world.
3. Use your body and things with care
We will take care of not only our own bodies and equipment, but also the things we use in our lessons, our facilities, and all the people we share them with. When using a racket, you will learn to be concerned with not harming other people, nature, or equipment you are using. Using our bodies and objects correctly fosters proper breathing, correct posture, and a sense of not contradicting the function of our bodies and objects. Just as a sofa is not a trampoline or a hallway is not a place to run, we will develop a correct understanding that is not contrary to the function of objects.