Field trip in Kyushu, Mar. 29 to 31 / 国際大学の研修旅行
Field trip learning for
Japan’s Economy, Industry as well as Environmental technologies.
32 students come from 12 countries in Africa, such as Mozambique, Kenya,
Cote d’lvoire, Ethiopia, Ghana, Nigeria, Tunisia, Morocco, South Africa, Botswana,
Tanzania, Burkina Faso as well as 2 teachers from China and Japan are included.
The tour is planned and operated by Japan KYUSHU Tourist, tour leader is
①Tour date : March 28 through 31 in 2016
●Schedule and where to visit
【March 28】 Kitakyushu-city
Kitakyushu-city is the birthplace of Japanese modern industry, is now the world
leading environmental future city after overcoming serious environmental pollution
while it contributed greatly of Japan’s industrial development.
Here is the Wakamatsu port where was flourished as the coal port.
using state-of-art technologies. The factory tour that the robots such as
welding and painting robots are being producing by the manufacturing robot.
Mt. Sarakura is the highest mountain in Kitakyushu-city with an altitude of 622 meters
above sea level, a magnificent and spectacular view of Kitakyushu is enjoyed from the top.
【March 29】 Kitakyushu-city
Japanese steel industry began here and the Head office of Yawata Steel Works has
been registered to World Heritage as Meiji Japan’s Industrial Revolution.
began in 1901. It contributed greatly to the development of the Japanese steel industry
and was used until 1972, and has been preserved just as it was.
all process making the vehicles from body assemble through final inspection prior
to delivery is learned.
Kokura Castle is one of the most famous land marks in Kitakyushu-city, the castle
was built in 1602.
【March 30】Huis Ten Bosch
treatment system that the sewage water is purified and then it is recycled in the Park,
and the cogeneration system that the waste heat from the generator is used for the air conditioner.
that is selected as one of the three best night view in the world.
Nagasaki was destroyed and tremendous number of lives were lost.
Museum are visited.
Revolution. Tomas Glover has greatly contributed to Japanese Industry especially
for the ship building and coal mining.
gothic-style wooden church, Dejima which was the trading port used during
Japan’s isolation period, and Nagasaki Port are visited.
Contact us (English and Japanese can be spoken)
Japan KYUSHU Tourist Co., Ltd.
Registered Travel Agency by Fukuoka Prefecture No.3-688
TEL +81-93-521-8897 FAX +81-93-521-8898
Address: Zip 802-0001
6thF AIM Building 3-8-1 Asano Kokura-kitaku