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Information about the Fishing College 2017 November course

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Information about the Fishing College 2017 November course
A system and policy that support fishing

Date

From 18:30 to 20:00 on November 6, 2017 (Monday) (scheduled) ※Admission will start at 18:00.

Venue

The Lecture Room on the 1st floor of Hakuyo Hall of the Shinagawa Campus of Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology
※An about ten-minute walk from the Konan Gate (East Gate) of Shinagawa Station on the JR Line and the Keihin Kyuko Line

Admission fee

Free. You do not need to make an advance application. Please carry something to write with with you. (Please fill in the questionnaire card.)
※We will prepare a sufficient amount of handouts. But please be careful in advance that you may not be able to receive handouts due to too many participants.

The outline of the course

A system and policy that support fishing

Lecturer

Associate Professor Takafumi Kudo at the Department of Marine Policy and Culture of the Academic Research School

Guide: Visiting Professor Fumiya Okuyama at Industry-Academia-Region Cooperation Promotion Organization of Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology

There are many cases related to tourism projects based on fishing and regional revitalization using them.
Why can we do smelt fishing? I will give you an outline of type-5 joint fishing rights that support inland-water fishing and will also speak about the contents of the Act for Promoting Inland-Water Fishing, which was enacted in 2014, and the possibility of promoting fishing.
There are cases in which entire regions try to revitalize themselves by promoting fishing (example: mountain lakes and remote islands), but these projects are facing trouble. In Nagano prefecture, the "Tsurism Shinshu Promotion Project" was launched last year and we will think about fishing and the future of local regions regarding fishing with a focus on specific examples.

Industry-Academia-Region Cooperation Promotion Organization of Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology

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