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Kyoto Research Park (KRP) KRP Festival x Kyoto Food Culture Museum/Ajiwaikan “Summer Vacation Homework Sup port Week” held

Kyoto Research Park (KRP)
[KRP Festival x Kyoto Food Culture Museum/Ajiwaikan] “Summer Vacation Homework Support Week” held
Held from July 20th (Sat) to August 25th (Sun)!
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Kyoto’s Food Culture Museum will be held from Saturday, July 20th to Sunday, August 25th, 2024 at “KRP Festival 2024,” sponsored by Kyoto Research Park Co., Ltd. (President Atsuko Kadowaki, hereinafter referred to as KRP).・“Summer Vacation Homework Support Week” will be held by Ajiwaikan.
KRP will hold “KRP Festival 2024” for 6 days from July 25th (Thursday) to July 30th (Tuesday). With the themes of “technology,” “town,” and “people,” we will hold a variety of events, including technology forums, events for entrepreneurs and startups, and plans to enjoy art and culture.
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At Ajiwai-kan, we help students with summer vacation homework and independent research on a variety of food-related themes. We have many programs including simple cooking and experiments! We welcome not only those who have something to research, but also those who are thinking about what to do! We look forward to seeing many of you!
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Date: Saturday, July 20, 2024 – Sunday, August 25, 2024
Meeting place: Kyoto food culture museum, Ajiwaikan
https://www.krp.co.jp/access/map.html
*Schedule and business hours are subject to change or cancellation without notice. Please note.
Target audience: Elementary school students (preschoolers are also acceptable) and their guardians.
Participation method: Free admission, some advance registration required Participation fee: Some fees apply
Event details/application: http://www.kyo-ajiwaikan.com
■About the museum where you can learn about Kyoto’s food culture No reservations are required to tour the exhibits on Kyoto’s food culture, and admission is free.
In addition to the exhibits, we also have fun learning content, such as a tasting corner for the dashi soup we make every morning and a book corner with a large selection of food-related books.
We also accept group tours, so please feel free to contact us. In addition, we hold monthly cooking classes using fresh ingredients from the Kyoto City Central Market, where you can learn from chefs from long-established Kyoto restaurants, culinary experts active in Kyoto, and famous chefs. (Paid, reservation required) Please see the Ajiwaikan website for details.
■About Kyoto Research Park
Established in 1989 as the nation’s first privately operated science park. It is home to 510 organizations and 6,000 people, including industrial support organizations in Kyoto Prefecture and Kyoto City. In addition to renting offices and labs and renting conference rooms, we carry out various activities that lead to the creation of new businesses and new industries, such as nurturing entrepreneurs, supporting open innovation, and holding seminars and exchange events. With the brand slogan “Paving for New Tomorrow”, we aim to create new ideas that will change the world by providing an attractive platform for interaction and a business environment for people around the world who seek to innovate. Contribute to the creation of business.
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Event period: July 25, 2024 (Thursday) to July 30, 2024 (Tuesday) Meeting place: Around Kyoto Research Park area and online
Organizer: Kyoto Research Park Co., Ltd.
Cooperation: Kyoto Prefecture Small and Medium Enterprise Technology Center, Kyoto Sangyo 21 Public Interest Incorporated Foundation, Kyoto Institute of Advanced Technology, Local Independent Administrative Institution Kyoto City Institute of Industrial Technology, Glyco Engineering Research Institute Co., Ltd., Future Spirits Co., Ltd. Support: Kinki Bureau of Economy, Trade and Industry, Kyoto
Prefecture, Kyoto City, Kyoto City Board of Education, Kyoto Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Kyoto Industrial Association, Kyoto Association of Corporate Executives, Kyoto Wisdom Industry Creation Forest, Public Interest University Consortium Kyoto Incorporated Association
Details and information on other events: “KRP Fes 2024” special site https://www.krp.co.jp/krpfes/2024/
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