MANNISI Alban, “Citizen Empowerment in Planning Project”, Keynote Speech at the Finding Home Place Lecture & Workshop_14th, Kobe, International Workshop on Japanese Culture and Landscape organised by Toshio Kuwako_14-17th, Kobe, Nara & Kyoto.
International Workshop on Japanese Culture and Landscape
General Coordinator : Toshio Kuwako
Professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology
Place : Kobe, Ikoma, and Arashiyama
Date : 14th March ～ 16th March, 2015
A series of fieldwork and workshop to understand Japanese environment and landscape is held in Kobe, Ikoma, and Arashiyama. Fieldworks and workshops are planned in important areas to understand the history of Japanese environment and landscape in the Basin of Akashi River(Kobe, Hyogo), Ikoma(Nara), and Aarashiyama(Kyoto).The participants are scholars of philosophy, religion, urban design & Landscape Planning, civil engineering, medicine and nursing, social system study.
Toshio Kuwako, Professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology
Environment and Landscape Philosophy & Consensus Coordination
Stylianos Papalexandropoulos, Professor at Athens University
Japanese Cultural and Religious Study
Alban Mannisi, Assistant Professor at Hanyang University
Urban Design Department
Kumiko Yoshitake, Assciate Professor at Tokyo Engineering University
Applied Ethics and Consensus Building
Mitsuyo Toyoda, Associate Professor at Tokyo Institute of Techonogy
Environmental Philosophy and Philosophy for Chirdren
Tomoki Takada, Lecturer at Kobe City College of Technology
Civil Engineering, Area Development and Consensus Building
Yasuko Ueda, Doctorate Candidate at Tokyo Institute of Technology
Civil Engineering and Project Management
Tomomi Maekawa, Doctorate Candidate at Tokyo Institute of Technology
Social System for Environmental Preservation and Regeneration
1. Workshop on Area Development of Basin of Akashi River
Organized by Tomoki Takada, Lecturer, Kobe City College of Technology , Hyogo
Date:13:00pm～18:00pm, 14th March,
2 Workshop on Philosophy and Enterprise of Gyoki, an ancient great priest who dedicated his life to public works.
Organized by Toshio Kuwako, Professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology
Place : Chikurinzi Temple in Ikoma, Nara, the temple where he worked and his grave is placed.
Date : , 9:00am～14:00pm, 15th March.
3. Workshop on Work of Ryoi Suminokura, a great businessman in early Edo period. Organized by Toshio Kuwako, Professor at Tokyo Institute of Technology
Place : Senkoji Temple in Arashiyama, Kyoto, the temple which was Ryoi Suminokura’s villa after his retirement.
Date : 9:00am～14:00pm, 16th March