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Regional Academia Opening Commemorative Web Lecture "Fujihakone Natural Environment Lecture"

A course that explains the formation and characteristics of the topography of Mt. Fuji and Hakone in an easy-to-understand manner, and then introduces new perspectives when actually climbing or sightseeing.

Also, deepen your understanding of environmental issues by learning about the natural history of the area around you.

[Fujihakone Natural Environment Course]

◆ Date: Spring semester 2022

◆ Course field: Natural environment area

◆ Lecture title: "Fujihakone Natural Environment Lecture"

◆ Participants: General members of society

◆ Holding format: WEB course

◆ Day of the week ・ July 31st (Sat) ・ August 7th (Sun) ・ 21st (Sun)

◆ Number of lectures: 5 times

◆ Student capacity: 90 students (first-come-first-served basis)

◆ Course fee: ¥ 2,200 (5 times per person)

* Free for high school students and younger.

◆ How to apply: Pre-register using this HP participation application form



With the birth of Mt. Fuji

Its unique features

July 31st (Sun)

From 14:00 to 15:10

Mt. Fuji is a volcano that represents Japan. However, this Mt. Fuji is a truly eccentric mountain for a volcano. From this unique feature of Mt. Fuji, we will introduce the world heritage of Mt. Fuji, its significance, and Mt. Fuji as literature.


Lake Ashi and Fuji Five Lakes

How it was done

July 31st (Sun)

From 15:20 to 16:30

Lake Ashi and Fuji Five Lakes were formed in the activities of Hakone volcano and Fuji volcano. Moreover, over the years, these lakes have transformed into the present lakes. I will introduce the lake along the flow of time like this.


Volcanoes, earthquakes and hot springs

And the story of Mt. Fuji groundwater

August 7 (Sun)

From 14:00 to 15:10

The earth is alive and active. For this reason, we will encounter volcanic eruptions and earthquakes in our lives. We will introduce the mechanism and principle of this activity, and the light and dark aspects of nature from a scientific point of view.


The mountain is a green dam-

Environmental problems in the age of global warming

August 7 (Sun)

From 15:20 to 16:30

The earth is a water planet. The earth's life, including humans, has survived through the mechanism by which sea water is transported to land by the benefit of the sun and circulates from mountains to flatlands and back into the sea. We consider this common sense from the perspective of global warming.


With video climbing Mt. Fuji

Mt. Fuji tour

August 21 (Sun)

From 14:00 to 15:30

In the final episode, we will use a lot of videos to introduce the highlights of Mt. Fuji climbing and the foot of Mt. Fuji, as well as review and summarize the lectures up to the previous time. I will provide it.

[Lecturer introduction]

Mr. Tatsuji Koshimizu

Born in Yamanashi prefecture. Graduated from the Faculty of Science, Hokkaido University, and completed the doctoral course at the same university (Doctor of Science).

After working as a researcher at the Yamanashi Prefectural Institute of Environmental Sciences and a specially appointed professor at Yamanashi Prefectural University, he is now a visiting professor at Yamanashi Prefectural University. Specializes in geology and groundwater science.


* After the reception is completed, a "reception completed" email will be automatically sent to the email address you applied for, so please enter the email address correctly. If you do not receive the e-mail, please make sure that it is not junk e-mail and contact the following inquiries.

◆ Contact: Regional Academia Research and Practice Organization Tel: 050-3479-1511 E-mail:

◆ How to watch the course: After the application deadline, we will contact you by e-mail with the URL to connect to zoom, so please access from there.


(1) This course is an online course. Please prepare a PC, smartphone, and tablet device before using the Wi-Fi environment.

(2) Only students who have applied in advance can take this course. Students will be notified of the access URL for watching videos by the day before each course.

(3) Please note that the application period, period, etc. will differ for each course.

(4) The personal information you have applied for will be managed in an appropriate manner, and will not be used for any purpose other than that used for this extension course, and will not be provided or disclosed to third parties.

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