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Johzenji High
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Kanji 条善寺 高校
Rōmaji Jōzenji Kōkō
Team
Captain Yūji Terushima
Manager Hana Misaki
Runa Kuribayashi
Coach Takaaki Anabara
Colors Yellow / White / Black


Johzenji High (Japanese: 条善寺 (じょうぜんじ) 高校 (こうこう) Jōzenji Kōkō) is a high school located in the Miyagi Prefecture.

UniformEdit

Johzenji, like most Japanese schools, has a uniform and dress code. The male uniform consists of a olive-colored jacket, white collared shirt, blue tie, and black pants.

The boys' volleyball club's uniform consists of a yellow tracksuit with white details. During official matches, the majority of players don a yellow jersey and shorts with white details. The libero has a contrasting jersey in white with black and yellow details. He wears yellow shorts with black details.

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Johzenji's Uniform

Volleyball Club Edit

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"Simplicity and Fortitude"

The Boys' Volleyball Club banner reads "Simplicity and Fortitude" in accordance with the team's former playing style. Terushima has said that Johzenji defeated Shiratorizawa once in the past. In recent years, however, the team became average, having decent defensive ability but lacking offensively.

One year prior to the series' current time period, Johzenji's dynamic completely changed under new leadership and with the addition of the current 2nd years. With the intent of "rebuilding the team from the ground up", the new coach Anabara had its members practice through two-on-two matches against one another. During the next year's Interhigh Preliminaries, not only did the team consist of five 2nd years and two 3rd years, but they made it into the top 4.

It is often referred to as the "party team" by other opponents due to the players' easy-going attitude and lack of formation. Karasuno has noted that Johzenji is unorthodox and unpredictable. The players often set up attacks from the back line, save shots with their legs, randomly change positions, or even attempt to copy their opponents' tactics. Johzenji is very adaptable and the players are usually able to keep the rhythm up throughout the match, making them quite formidable opponents.

MembersEdit

Name Position Year Status
Takaaki AnabaraCoach?Active
Hana MisakiManager3rd YearActive
Runa KuribayashiManager1st YearActive


Name Number Position Year Status
Yūji Terushima#1Captain / Wing Spiker / Outside Hitter2nd YearActive
Kazuma Bobata#2Middle Blocker2nd YearActive
Takeharu Futamata#3Setter2nd YearActive
Katsumichi Higashiyama#4Wing Spiker / Outside Hitter2nd YearActive
Rintarō Numajiri#7Wing Spiker / Opposite Hitter2nd YearActive
Nobuyoshi Īzaka #9Middle Blocker2nd YearActive
Arata Tsuchiyu#11Libero2nd YearActive

Former Members

Name Number Position Current Age
Seiji Okudake#1Captain18-19
? #2 ? 18-19

Interhigh-PreliminariesEdit

For Interhigh's Miyagi Preliminaries, Johzenji played at the Sendai City Gymnasium over the span of two days. They lost to Aobajohsai High in the semifinals, and placed within the top 4 overall.

Semifinal

  • Johzenji High vs Aobajohsai High School (0:2 / 20:25, 23:25)

Spring High-Miyagi Prefecture Representative PlayoffsEdit

Johzenji was exempt from the first preliminary after placing within the top four during Interhigh.

For the representative playoffs, Johzenji was registered as team 9 and played at the Sendai City Gymnasium. Because they lost in the first round to Karasuno, they only played one match on the first day.

TriviaEdit

  • Johzenji also has a basketball team.
  • The banner was created by the Johzenji Parents' Association.
  • The boys volleyball club's 3rd years retired after Interhigh.
  • According to Interhigh's tournament brackets, Johzenji was registered as team 23, Block J. After taking Block J, they faced Aobajōsai and lost. Overall, they placed within the top four.[1]
  • Johzenji high school's name comes from the Jozenji Temple located in Aoba Ward, Sendai City, Miyagi Prefecture.

References Edit

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