Based on its traditional method, producing Japanese paper “Washi” out of plants in Hokkaido is called “Ezo Washi Project”. For this year, their workshop is to produce washi from cut tree of Elm (Ulmus davidiana) in our campus.
There are massive amounts of trees on the premises, and they are carefully managed on daily bases. At the workshop, lecturers involved in the management of trees will give lecture and hold a meet and greet gathering.
10:00-11:30, Saturday September 28th, 2019
“Maintenance of Elm campus”, Hokkaido Univ. Research Faculty of Agriculture,
Assoc. Prof. Tetsuya AIKOH
“Short story of Elm”, Hokkaido Univ. Museum, Assis. Prof. Kohtaro SHUTOH
“Traditional method of producing washi – Challenge of Elm washi”,
Kitano Kami Kobo-Kamibiyori, Sanae TONO
*Admission free, no prior registration required.
Workshop & Gathering:
A, 13:00-16:00 on Saturday 28th September
B, 9:00-12:00 on Sunday 29th September
C, 14:00-17:00 on Sunday 29th September
*Admission fee: 3,500 Yen / Please register in advance.
Organizer: Kitano Kami Kobo-Kamibiyori / Co-organizer: The Hokkaido University Museum
Cooperator: Communication in Science & Technology Education & Research Program (CoSTEP)
The Hokkaido University Museum, kita 10-jo, Nishi 8-chome, Kita-ku, Sapporo
Lectures at Hall (exchange of Intellect)
Workshop at N328 Room
For more detail, please visit
Registration and Inquiry: E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 011-891-8424
Edo Washi Project 2019: https://www.facebook.com/ezowashi
Bog “Mainichiga Kamibiyori”: http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/kamibiyorisana
Kitano Kami Kobo-Kamibiyori: https://www.facebook.com/kamibiyori