京都大学 大学院経済学研究科・経済学部

Fieald Research in Japan

2018

December 17, 2018: Keihanna Open Innovation Center @ KYOTO (KICK)

Visited Keihanna Open Innovation Center @ KYOTO (KICK), Uji Tea Ceremony Hall “Takumi-no Yakata”, and Byodoin Temple.

KICK1  KICK2  Takumi-no-Yakata

November 22, 2018: TOYOTA Plant Tour

Visited the TOYOTA Commemorative Museum of Industry and Technology, also joined the TOYOTA plant tour.

TOYOTA museum

October 8, 2018: Biwako-Sosui (Lake Biwa Canal) Museum and Shimadzu Foundation Memorial Hall

Visited the Biwako-Sosui (Lake Biwa Canal) Museum, walked along Keage Incline and Canal Branch. And also visited Shimadzu Foundation Memorial Hall.

Sosui    Shimadzu

June 18, 2018: Mogitori Center Iwao

Visit to an end-of-life vehicle dismantling plant.

Mogitori

June 10, 2018: Organic Farm in Keihoku

Visit to the organic family farm “Tagayashiuta Farm (Singing Paddy Farm)” in Keihoku. Weeding in the paddy field, followed by lecture on the challenges and future of agriculture in the area and delicious organic vegan lunchbox. 

Keihoku 1    Keihoku 2

 

2017

November 27, 2017: TOYOTA

Tour of automobile assembly and welding lines at the Tsutsumi Plant.

TOYOTA

October 3, 2017: Lake Biwa Canal and Suiro kaku

We learned the history of a modernization project in Kyoto—the development of the Lake Biwa Canal. The Lake Biwa Canal was constructed in the 1890s as a waterway to connect Japan’s largest lake, Lake Biwa, and the city of Kyoto. Suiro kaku is a brick-made bridge, with a series of arches, built as a part of Lake Biwa Canal.

Lake Biwa Canal 1  Lake Biwa Canal 2  Suiro kaku

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