Heritage Promotion for Nara

Cultural Heritage Seminar

The symposium provides the citizens with the opportunity to learn cultural heritage protection and its trend through the keynote speeches and panel discussions. We believe it will enhance community engagement in cultural heritage protection.

Date Themes
January 2023 Takamatsuzuka Tumulus and Cultural Exchange in East Asia -the Latest Research-
January 2022 Kurozuka Kofun Tumulus and Bronze Mirrors with the Pattern of Triangular Rimmed Devine Beasts
- 20th anniversary of Kurozuka Tumulus Museum-
December 2020 Historical Value of Asuka-Fujiwara and World Heritage Site
January 2020 Finding the fascination of Tomio Maruyama Kofun, the largest circular tomb in Japan
December 2018 Considering “Historic Monuments of Ancient Nara”, UNESCO World Heritage Site
January 2018 Reviving Great Pagodas of Ancient Nara

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Date Themes
January 2016 The Culture of Ritual Restoration of Shrine and World Heritage
November 2016 Syrian Civil War and Cultural Heritage
February 2015 Towards the Future, Transmission of Wooden Cultural Properties in Nara
February 2014 Pondering over World Heritage -Its Conservation and Utilisation-
February 2013 Master's Skills to Protect Cultural Heritage: Easter Island, Angkor and Asuka
February 2012 Ancient Gardens in East Asia
November 2010 Archaeology in Mongolia -The Latest Report on Site Investigation-
January 2010 Celebrating the 1300th Anniversary of Nara Heijo-kyo Capital “Considering Two Ancient Capitals in Nara and Hanoi: the 1300th and 1000th Anniversary”
January 2009 Preserving the Historic Cities: Preparedness for Disasters
October 2004 International Safeguarding and Development of Tangible and Intangible World Heritage
January 2006 Thinking About Recent Heritage Preservation and Utilisation of Railways
February 2007 Is the World Heritage Endangered Today?
January 2008 How to Protect our Cultural Heritage from Sudden National Disasters:
Earthquake, Thunder, Fire and Tsunami
March 2002 Let’s Think About World Heritage Protection
March 2003 Studying Mysterious Megalithic Cultures
January 2004 Gardens and their Environmental Context
July 2004 Addressing Cultural Heritage in the Kii Mountain Range

World Heritage Lecture

The lecture is given to high school students in Nara, where they learn the three World Heritage Site in Nara as well as other sites in the world with audio video and games. In recent years, we also provide the lecture to Nara prefectural high school teachers of geography and history

FY Name of High School Students
2022 Horyuji Kokusai High School Third-year students (History and Culture Course)
Nara High School of Business and Technology First-year students (Tourism Study Course)
Nara Suzaku High School Third-year students (Tourism and Business Course)
Nara Prefectural University Senior High School First-year students only who hoped to attend the lecture (Research Course)
Nara Prefectural University Senior High School First-year students (Research Course)
2021 Takatori Kokusai First-year students (International English Course, International Communication Course, Academic Course)
Horyuji Kokusai Third-year students (History and Culture Course)
Takatori Kokusai Second-year students (International Communication Course)
Gojo First-year students (Manabinomori Course)
2020 Nishinokyo First-year students (regional revitalisation course)
Horyuji Kokusai Third-year students (history and culture course)
Takada First-year students (yamato course)
Gojo First-year students (manabi-no-mori course)
2019 Ichijo First-year students (Humanities course)
Ikoma First-year students
Nara-Suzaku First-year students (Architectural engineering course)
Seisho First -year students (Science and mathematics course)
Nishinokyo Firrst-year students (Regional revitalisation course)
Horyuji Kokusai Third-year students (History and culture course)
Kashiba Firrst-year students
Gojo First-year students
Unebi Second-year students (Advanced course)
Takada First-year students
Kashihara First-year students
2018 Ichijo First-year students (Humanities course)
Nara-Suzaku First-year students (Architectural engineering course)
Seisho First and second-year students (Science and mathematics course)
Nishinokyo Firrst-year students (Regional revitalisation course)
Horyuji Kokusai Third-year students (History and culture course)
Kashihara First-year students
Kashiba First-year students
Unebi Second-year students (Advanced course)
Gojo First-year students
Takada First-year students
Committee for the Promotion of Study of Hometown

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FY Name of High School Students
2017 Ichijo For first-year students, humanities course
Nara-Suzaku For first-year students, architectural engineering course
Horyuji Kokusai For third-year students, history and culture course
Unebi For second-year students, advance course
Kashihara For second-year students
Tomigaoka For first-year students
Takada For first-year students
Nishinokyo For first-year students, regional revitalisation course
Gojo For first-year students
Nara prefectural elementary and high school teachers of geography and history
2016 Kashiba For first-year students
Ichijo For first-year students, humanities course
Tomigaoka For second-year students
Nara prefectural high school teachers of geography and history at Nara Prefectural Institute for Educational Research
Nara-Suzaku For first-year students, architectural engineering course
Nishinokyo For first-year students, regional revitalisation course
Horyuji Kokusai For third-year students, history and culture course
Sakurai For first-year students
Unebi For second-year students, advance course
Narakita For first-year students
Gojo For first-year students
2015 Ichijo For first-year students, humanities course
Nara-Suzaku For first-year students, architectural engineering course
Nikaido For second-year students, international understanding course
Takada For first-year students (taking foreign affairs as an elective subject)
Nishinokyo For first-year students, regional revitalisation course
Horyuji Kokusai For third-year students, history and culture course
Kashihara For first-year students
Unebi For second-year students, advance course
Gojo For first-year students
Yoshino For first-year students, forest science course
2014 Ichijo For first-year students, humanities course
Nara-Suzaku For first-year students, architectural engineering course
Takada For first-year students (taking foreign affairs as an elective subject)
Takatori Kokusai For second-year students, international communication course
Nishinokyo For first-year students, regional revitalisation course
Horyuji Kokusai For third-year students, history and culture course
Totsukawa For first-year students
Gojo For first-year students
2013 Ichijo For first-year students, humanities course
Takada For first-year students (taking foreign affairs as an elective subject)
Takatori Kokusai For second-year students, international culture course
Nara-Suzaku For first-year students, architectural engineering course and tourism business course
Nishinokyo For first-year students, regional revitalisation course
Gojo For first-year students
Horyuji Kokusai For third-year students, history and culture course
Totsukawa For first-year students
2012 Nara-Suzaku For first-year students, architectural engineering course
Takada For first-year students (taking foreign affairs as an elective subject)
Ichijo For first-year students, humanities course
Nishinokyo For first-year students, regional revitalization course
Gojo For second-year students
Horyuji Kokusai For third-year students, history and culture course
Takatori Kokusai For second-year students, international culture course
Totsukawa For first-year students
2011 Horyuji Kokusai For third-year students, history and culture course
Takatori Kokusai For second-year students, international culture course (taking comparative culture study as an elective subject)
Ichijo For first-year students, humanities course
Takada For first-year students, education course (taking foreign affairs as an elective subject)
Heijo For second-year students, education course
Nishinokyo For first-year students, regional revitalization course
2010 Horyuji Kokusai For third-year students, history and culture course
Takatori Kokusai For second-year students, international culture course (taking comparative culture study as an elective subject)
Ichijo For first-year students, humanities course
Takada For first-year students, education course (taking foreign affairs as an elective subject)
Heijo For second-year students, education course
Nishinokyo For first-year students, regional revitalization course
2009 Horyuji Kokusai For third-year students, history and culture course
Takada For first-year students, education course (taking foreign affairs as an elective subject)
Heijo For second-year students, education course
Nishinokyo For first-year students, regional revitalization course
Takatori Kokusai For second-year students, international culture course (taking comparative culture study as an elective subject)
Ichijo For first-year students, humanities course
2008 Ichijo For first-year students, humanities course
Horyuji Kokusai For third- year students, history and culture course
Takada For first-year students, education course (taking Yamato-gaku as an elective subject)
Heijo For first-year students, education course
Nishinokyo For first-year students, regional revitalization course
Horyuji Kokusai For second-year students, international humanities course
2007 Gojo For second-year students, primary subjects of studies, commercial studies
Ichijo For first-year students, humanities course
Horyuji Kokusai(former Ikaruga) For third-year students, history and culture course
Koriyama For second-year students, global understanding course
Nishinokyo For first-year students, hometown revitalization course
Takatori Kokusai For first-year students, international culture course, international communication course
2006 Nara Business For second-year students, international economy course, commercial studies
Ikaruga For third-year students, history and culture course
Ichijo For first-year students, humanities course
Sakurai Commercial For third-year students, accountancy course and information processing course, commercial studies
Takatori Kokusai For first-year students, international culture course, international communication course
Nishinokyo For first-year students, hometown revitalization course
2005 Ichijo For first-year students, humanities course
Totsukawa For whole students
Nishinokyo For first-year students, hometown revitalization course
Ikaruga For second-year students, history and culture course