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Field Training

Support for Graduate Students

Field training for the graduate students was launched in 2005, as a program to provide the students with the opportunities to intensively explore Japan and formulate the perspectives through which they may deepen the consciousness toward the issues that surround Japan today. The program is funded by Japan Foundation, which provides the participants with both transportation and accommodation fees. The purpose of this program is to strengthen the cooperation within the global network which IJS has constructed, as well as to foster the future Japan experts. In order to achieve these goals, the training program consists of: 1)field research activities based on the proposed individual projects, 2) Korea-Japan join seminar cohosted with Graduate School of Arts and Science of Tokyo University, 3) a guided tour visiting state-owned facilities and local communities
Section Year Contents
Visits to Public Institutions 2014 Kumamoto Castle, Suizen-ji Joju-En, Chiran Peace Museum for Kamikaze Pilots, Museum of Meiji Restoration, Kagoshima Prefectural Museum of Culture Reimeikan
2013 Shizuoka City Hall, Sunpu castle, Ryosen-ji Temple
2012 Shiretoko World Heritage Conservation Center
2011 Shuri Castle, Peace Memorial Park, Sefa-utaki, Okinawa Prefectural Museum
2010 Yasukuni Shrine
2009 National Diet Building, DPJ Headquarters, Public Office of Hyogo Prefecture, etc.
2008 Yasukuni Shrine, Japan Foundation Headquarters
2007 Yasukuni Shrine, Institutions for Upper-House Election
Visits to Local Communities 2014 Kumamoto Uki City Misumi West Port, Kagoshima Ibusuki City, Kagoshima
2013 Shimoda, Shizuoka Prefecture,
Hakone-machi, Kanagawa Prefecture
2012 Hokkaido Museum of Hokkaido, Shiretoko Nature Center
2011 Kincho, Okinawa
2010 Osaka Labor Archive
2009 Kobe Takatori Community Center,
Nagata Matsuri Festival, Kyoto Higashi-kujo, Utoro village
2008 Aso-ku, Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture
2007 Kunitachi City, Tokyo
2006 Kobe City, Hyogo
2005 Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture
Korea-Japan Joint Seminars 2014 4 Lectures and independent seminars
2013 5 Lectures and independent seminars
2012 4 lectures and independent seminars
2011 5 lectures and individual seminars, 5 field practices
2010 11 lectures and independent seminars
2009 8 lectures and independent seminars, 5 presentations
2008 6 lectures and independent seminars
2007 6 lectures and independent seminars
2006 5 lectures and independent seminars
Individual Research Projects 2014 Lee, Hwa-Young and 9 others
2013 Kim, Hyung-Sun and 9 others
2012 Kwon, Guri and 9 others
2011 In, Chanuk and 12 others
2010 Jeon, Hamin and 10 other researches
2009 Choi, Gayoung and 13 other researches
2008 Kobayashi, Mari and 8 other researches
2007 Lee, Deuk-chun and 7 other researches
2006 Koo, Yu-jin and 12 other researches
2005 Kim, Hee-jin and 7 other researches