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Announcement from Fishing College 2017: Lecture in July

Last Update : 2017-06-09 13:40

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Date and Time

From 18:30 (to around 20:00) on Monday, July 3, 2017

Place

Higashi-mukojima Office, Industry-University and Community Cooperation Promotion Organization, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology

5th Floor, Tokyo Higashi Shinkin Bank Head Office Building, 2-36-10, Higashi-mukojima, Sumida-ku, Tokyo

5-minute walk from Hikifune Station (Tobu Isesaki Line, Tobu Skytree Line, and Tobu Kameido Line)

6-minute walk from Exit A1 of Keisei Hikifune Station (Keisei Oshiage Line)

Attendance Fee

Free (Please fill in the questionnaire card).
This course is open to everyone. No application is required. Please bring your own writing utensils. Please come to the university on time on the day (otherwise handouts may be unavailable).
The social gathering after the lecture is subject to fees and requires reservation. Please contact us at adaso-1223biba-ou@ezweb.ne.jp.

Outline of Lecture

A story about salmon, trout, and Japanese char

Lecturer

Hitoshi Ida (Emeritus Professor of Kitasato University School of Marine Biosciences)

Moderator:

This lecture will be held at the Higashi-mukojima Office on the 5th floor of Tokyo Higashi Shinkin Bank Head Office Building, a 5-minute walk from Tobu Skytree Line Hikifune Station.
For us human beings, Salmonidae family is a fish that has adhered to our lives from ancient times. It is a precious protein source in Tohoku and Hokkaido region, and a super game fish for anglers. Salmonidae family descends to the sea, grows bigger by migrating over the ocean, and returns to the river they born. Their ecology is very rare and is often cited as a case in life education and child's emotional education. In addition, it is excellent as a food ingredient, and is gaining popularity as a "salmon" in sushi-go-round that both children and adults love.
Let's hear the story about the mysterious attraction of salmon from Professor Hitoshi Ida, the author of "A Story about Salmon, Trout, and Japanese Char" and the great senior who graduated from our university. Please feel free to join us with children.

Industry-University and Community Cooperation Promotion Organization, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology

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