Walk & Talk: Water History Museum in the Sakura (cherry blossoms) Season
Let us walk to the Historical Museum of Waterworks and Sewerage and learn about the water and sewerage system of Nagoya. We will have a simple lunch together.
In cities where many people live, providing clean drinking water and developing sewage systems support healthy living. Nagoya has provided drinking water to the community since the 17th century, and the sewage system has been in place since the 19th century.
During the Walk & Talk, we will walk to the Water History Museum in the morning while viewing cherry blossoms in bloom to deepen our understanding of Nagoya’s water supply and sewage systems. We will visit the water tower surrounded by cherry blossoms and have lunch together.
We will provide a simple lunch (Japanese rice balls and beverages). If you have dietary restrictions, please bring lunch.
Date & Time: March 25 (Saturday), 2023. 9:30 a.m. ~ 1:30 p.m.
(Explore Japan: Water and Sewerage of Nagoya (Part II) will take place on April 19.)
We will welcome international graduate students in the greater Nagoya area. We will accept 15 participants.
Destination: Historical Museum of Waterworks and Sewerage at Tsuki-ga-oka, Chikusa-ku, Nagoya
Meeting place & Time: No.1 Exit (surface level), Nagoya University Station, Subway Meijo Line at 9:30 a.m. or Nagoya Ryugakusei Net Office at 9:40 a.m.
- Participation is free. We accept the application on first-come, first-served basis.
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- This event takes place, even when it rains.
- Please bring the mask on the event day. If you do not feel good, please do not attend the event. Notify your absence by calling the phone number in our letter of confirmation.
- This event accepts graduate students and children.
If you want to participate in this event, please fill out the application form below.