Nagoya (@1.95) vs Oita (@3.7)

Our Prediction:

Nagoya will win

Nagoya – Oita Match Prediction | 06-10-2019 01:00

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In general, would the flowers still look as great and beautiful 2-3 days after the full bloom? Or would the wind/rain wash them away after that? Hello I have question you mentioned that the full bloom would last around a week. So based from Feb 22nd forecast, Tokyos full bloom begins March 26 and one week would be till April 1st.

The 5thAll Japan High School Debate topic implored students to explore the issueofhow relaxing immigration can change a society. A topic such as nationalsecurity would ask students the question of how the changing of currentnational security operations would change the regional and internationalrelationships with other countries. Recently, the government of Japan released its National Defense ProgramGuidelines for the year 2011 and beyond. Detailed within the guidelineswereseveral areas in which the government of Japan intends to expand currentnational defense operations from everything between increasing theeffectiveness of global peacekeeping operations to establishing a DynamicDefense Force.It is my opinion that this topic provides very good opportunities forEnglish high school debaters to debate several different aspects of futureJapanese national security issues, since it is a very timely issue.

General remarks:

If the value mentioned in an issue is not well explained by the debaters, dont weigh such issue as significant. Judge the value (significance) of each issue: How important is the alleged merit? How much impact will the demerit bring in terms of quantity and quality? List the issues that were extended: How many merits (advantages) and demerits (disadvantages) were presented, and how many of them were defended and mentioned in the final stage. Values can be sometimes flipped by good opponents. Weigh them lightly if the opponents attack was successful, or the defense was poor, or there wasnt much explanation even in the Constructive speech on why the plan can really gain such merits. Write down the titles (tag-lines) Judge the probability of each issue: How convincing were the alleged merits in terms of factual probability? If merit outweighs the demerits then AFF wins, else the NEG wins. However NEG might flip the issue by arguing that the increased tourists may increase the risk or terrorism. Weigh the strength of AFF and NEG issues on a scale: Sum up the strength of the AFF plans merits and consider if it outweighs the strength of the summed-up demerits. Judge the strength(=multiply probability and value) of each issue: Multiply the above probability and value for each remaining merits and demerits. (In debate jargons, turnarounds: For example, AFF might argue that the plan brings in a lot of tourists from abroad and its good. Do the same thing to each alleged demerit too. What is the value at stake?

As you have already seen in this article, Tokyos full bloom has already passed. In the Hakone area, for example in Fuji Five Lakes, full bloom expected date is April 15th. For the full forecast please make sure to carefully read our article. Even when you might be able to see some flowers, you will not be able to see blooming at its full.

On the contrary, if you feel sure the Disadvantages outweigh Advantages then you would vote for the Negative team. In concrete, if you are more convinced by the debaters arguments that the policy that adopts the debate topic will give more Advantages than the Disadvantages, then you would vote for the Affirmative team. Judges are expected to make a decision, judging rationally if the topic is affirmed or not, by fairly and objectively comparing the contents argued within the round, especially comparing the substantial arguments.

Happy travels! We recommend you to check our 10 days in Japan: Travel itinerary for our best tips on how to make the most out of 10 days in Japan. Hi Annie! Should you want to make it coincide with the cherry blossom we recommend you to check this article for the lastest forecasts; however please note it is not exact science and that best viewing dates cannot be predicted.


This topic does not assume any coercing action of the government. Thus it is not allowed for the Negative side to argue that the shift to September academic year will harm the freedom or self governance of Universities. It should be assumed that the September academic year situation will happen as a result of the aggregate free future choices of each university.

Im scheduled to visit Hakone on April 15, got a reservation for Hakone Yuryo. Then I found this article mentioning Hakone. Thanks! I obviously missed the Cherry Blossoms here and was looking into going to Lake Kawaguchiko tomorrow April 14 (its 1am right now of the 14) but its seem to be a bit complicated between JR Pass, Private Railways and buses and got a bit discouraged. Will I be able to catch good Cherry Blossoms on Hakone? I just cant find a webpage with a forecast for this area. Hi Im currently in Tokyo.

(In extreme rare cases, neither AFF/NEG issues were convincing enough to vote for. NO TIES; pick a winner even if you think its not possible! In short, if you are convinced that supporting the proposition gives more Advantages(ADs) than Disadvantages (DAs), you vote for the Affirmative side (AFF). How to Decide the WinnerWinner of the round should be decided by comparing the outcome of the ISSUES of both teams. 2. In such case, it is presumed that the proposition is not true, so vote for the NEG.) Each judge should decide the winner independently without consulting the other judges. If you are convinced otherwise that the DAs outweigh the ADs, then you vote for the Negative side (NEG).

This system is often used in debating at universities in both Japan and the USA. The Power-pairing system is employed so that the winner is not decided by sheer luck. Moreover, it will decrease the number of schools that win all or no rounds. Furthermore, teams of supposed equal debating skills will have more chance to face each other, enabling more enjoyable debates for all who are involved.

6. To Avoid Common Misunderstandings

In this years tournament every team should have 4 members in every debate match. The purpose of this rule change is to enhance fairness, to have more students participate, and to prevent 3- elite- debater teams. So the 3-member teams, which had been exceptionally able to enter the tournament until last year, cannot enter this year.

Usage of evidence is to be encouraged not discouraged. Last minute surprise attacks especially in the summary speeches should never be counted. 7.Distinguish decision making and advices: When deciding the winners, a judge shouldnt add/attack the issues themselves, nor should they weigh English fluency too much. New arguments are prohibited: All the ADs and DAs should be presented in the Constructive Speech. However, advices on these points are precious. 6.This is not a Recitation contest: Dont decide the winners by English fluency, accents, intonation, eye-contacts, etc. Even if the Q/As were superb, the team can be terribly unconvincing at the end!) 5.This is not a Parliamentary Debate tournament: point of information is prohibited. 3. Dont add any ADs/DAs or attacks yourself! Never decide winners using subjective speech points. To Avoid Common Misunderstandings1.Dont add your own issues, attacks Leave the job to the debaters. Apart from the decision making, advices on the unmentioned fallacies or on English skills would be more than welcome. 2.Issues that are extended (not forgotten in the latter part of the round) should count: Constructive speeches are just written down speeches. Rational contentions should count more than just superficial eloquence. 6. You shouldnt weigh the issues too much, unless they are defended and summarized effectively afterwards. 4.Dont judge the winner by comparing the speeches: A bad reason for decision typically goes like this: Ill vote NEG, as I think the NEG Q/As and Attacks were wonderful. I thought the other speeches were even. (Judges should compare the finally defended ADs/DAs.