The Izu Peninsula Geopark and Tourism Bureau will hold a public lecture titled Exploring the Mysteries of Pudding - Mt. Omuro Research Presentation on Thursday, February 23, at the Ito City Tourist Centre Annex.
Three people conducting research on Mt. Omuro, one of the leading sites at Izu Peninsula Geopark, have been invited to lecture about their research results at the presentation, the aim being to provide information about the new attractions of Mt. Omuro to people within and outside the region.
Presentation Title: Exploring the Mysteries of Pudding
Organiser: The Izu Peninsula Geopark and Tourism Bureau
Sponsors: Ito City, Ike Community Tourism Board Co., Ltd., Izu Hight Tourism Office
Machikon Ito, Izu Peninsula Geoguide Association
Lecturers and Titles
Preserving Japanese-style Greenery on Mount Omuro by Mountain Burning
Lecturer: Masayuki Nemoto, Specially Appointed Researcher, Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences, The University of Tokyo
Inside a Volcano Seen Through Cosmic Rays
Lecturer: Seigo Miyamoto, Assistant Professor, Earthquake Research Institute, The University of Tokyo
Masato Koyama, Deputy Director,
Center for Integrated Research and Education of
Natural Hazards, Shizuoka University