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We have created a new sport,_Fusen (balloon) Volleyball_that_both_able-bodied and disabled people
can participate in and enjoy.  We dream of a world where we can_support one another and live_together.


Outline:_Fusen Volleyball_is played on a badminton court with_a 40_centimeter_diameter_balloon
with two small round bells inside.  Six players must touch the balloon_before it is hit tothe other_team.
The balloon can be touched no more than 10 times before it_crossesthe net.

This is a new type of volleyball match which has as its motto_"Everybody is included in the game."

You can start to play this sport so easily with a badminton court,_a_net, a balloon, and two small bells.

If you need balloons and bells, please contact us.  We are selling and sending them without any added_cost.









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Fusen Volleyball in Germany

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The Fusen Volleyball Promotive Committee

Office address: 
Alleath, Kitakyushu Sports Center for the Disabled
3-4-1 Saburomaru Kokurakita-ku
Kitakyushu-city
802-0061 JAPAN

Contact us in Japanese

Tel:  +81(0)80-43104511
Fax:  +81(0)93-3837854
E-mail: nihonfv@outlook.jp
Japanese site: http://fusenvolley.jimdo.com/


Contact us in English

E-mail: fusenvolley@gmail.com
English site: http://www7b.biglobe.ne.jp/~fusen-volleyball/