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Shizuoka Prefecture July 7 Shizuoka Prefecture Immigration Seminar (True and Lies about Rural Life) held in Yurakucho

Shizuoka Prefecture
[July 7th] Shizuoka Prefecture Immigration Seminar (True and Lies about Rural Life) held in Yurakucho
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In Shizuoka Prefecture, in order to encourage migration to the prefecture, we regularly hold “New Working and Living Style Seminars” to disseminate information about the attractiveness and diverse areas of each region within the prefecture.
This time, in conjunction with the prefecture’s largest migration event, “Shizuoka Entire Immigration Fair,” we will be holding the event with the theme of “True and Lies about Living in the Country in Your 20s and 30s.” We will introduce the charm and reality of life in hilly and mountainous areas from the perspective of an active community revitalization cooperation volunteer who is engaged in activities rooted in the community. Recommended for those who are just beginning to be interested in moving to Japan, and those who want to live a leisurely life in the mountainous area of ​​Shizuoka
Prefecture, which is reasonably close to the city.
The theme of the seminar presented by Shizuoka Prefecture, which has ranked number one in Japan for four years in a row as the most desirable place to immigrate, is “Interview with active community revitalization cooperation volunteers! The truths and lies about living in the countryside for those in their 20s and 30s.”
Two people who moved to Morimachi and Kawanehoncho in the hilly and mountainous areas of Shizuoka Prefecture as community revitalization cooperation volunteers and are working to revitalize the area through tourism and product development will be our guests, and we will talk about the reasons for moving, living in the area, housing, work, and other aspects of life. He will tell us the real story about the foundation of the community revitalization cooperation team and the regional revitalization cooperation team.
This time, it will be held during the prefecture’s largest migration event, “Shizuoka Whole Migration Fair,” so you can utilize the time before and after the seminar to consult about migration and gather information.
Anyone is welcome to join us, including those who have just started to become interested in moving, those who want to live a leisurely life in the mountains of Shizuoka Prefecture, which is reasonably close to town, and those who are interested in joining the Regional
Revitalization Cooperation Team.
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Ask an active community revitalization cooperation member! The truths and lies about living in the country in your 20s and 30s
Date and time
July 7, 2020 (Sunday) 13:30-14:30
Sponsored by
Shizuoka Prefecture, Mori Town, Kawanehon Town
(Co-sponsored by: Certified NPO Hometown Return Support Center) venue
Special stage on the 12th floor of Tokyo Kotsu Kaikan “Shizuoka Whole Immigration Fair”
(2-10-1 Yurakucho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)
Capacity
30 people (first-come-first-served basis, prior application priority) Entry fee
free
schedule
13:15~ Reception starts
13:30~ Opening of meeting, schedule information, etc.
13:40~ Talk session/Question corner
14:30 Closing
guest
■Chika Matsuba (Morimachi)
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revitalization coordinator in 2022.
We are working to revitalize the region by developing specialty products, establishing exchange hubs, and editing the Morimachi Regional Revitalization Cooperation Team newspaper.
■Miyu Watanabe (Kawamoto Town)
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Currently, I work as a regional revitalization cooperation team in the tourism field, disseminating information and acting as an event guide, and planning events such as “First Hunting Tour” with the goal of sightseeing and immigration.
Seminar details page
Click here for details on the event
https://ijuseminar.pref.shizuoka.jp/seminar/1963
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how to apply
This seminar will be held within the “Shizuoka Marugoto Immigration Fair”. Please apply using the fair’s application form.
Click here to apply
https://ws.formzu.net/fgen/S117294535/
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