1. German / Japanese Conference on Sunlight and Health Nikko’s Health Impact-From Infants to Old Age-Report and Thanks

Herfer Japan Co., Ltd. 1. German / Japanese Conference on Sunlight and Health Nikko’s Health Impact-From Infants to Old Age-Report and Thanks Invited Professor Jorg Spitz from Germany to confirm the possibility of health care by sunlight beyond the fields of environment, medicine, economy, architecture and industry …………………………………………………………………………………………… Under the theme of sunlight and health, a seminar was held on Friday, October 4th, 2019 at Park Tower Hall in Nishi-Shinjuku, Tokyo, with specialists in the fields of environment, medicine, economy, architecture and industry. With the participation of nearly 80 people, the first German-Japanese joint conference was successfully completed. Thank you very much for your support. Thank you very much for your great support during the “1. German / Japanese Conference on Sunlight and Health”. Thank you very much for your support and thanks for your support. Invited by Professor Jorg Spitz from Germany, this conference was a place to check the potential of solar health care beyond the fields of environment, medicine, economy, architecture and industry. In Japan, it is common knowledge to take measures against UV rays when walking in and out of the sunlight. Such lifestyle may help avoid spots, freckles, and photoaging. However, various health problems are caused by urban lifestyles that avoid sunlight and do not sunbathe. Why? Eleven experts attended and gave me the latest information. Conference 11: 00-18: 00 Social gathering 18: 15-20: 00 Conference speakers Part 1 Latest information in the environmental field In the first part, environmental experts gave us the latest information on the amount of sunlight we need. Prof. Hideaki Nakajima, Principal Researcher, Center for Global Environmental Research, National Institute for Environmental Studies “Merit of vitamin D production by ultraviolet rays and adverse effects on human body” [Image 1

Mr. Hideaki Nakajima Part 2 Latest information in the medical / healthcare field In recent years, children’s vitamin D deficiency has increased. There are countless health problems caused by sunbathing. What do we need in order to properly take health care measures without leaving any men, women, infants and old people left behind? In the second part, teachers in the medical field explained various problems related to the health effects of sunlight. Prof. Naoko Tsukawa Professor, Osaka Sakai Women’s University, Department of Health and Nutrition, Department of Health and Nutrition Public Health Laboratory “Relationship between Japanese vitamin D nutrition and lifestyle” Prof. Yuko Sakamoto Juntendo University School of Medicine, Nerima Hospital, Department of Orthopedic Sports Medicine, Associate Professor “Children’s Bone Shape and Vitamin D” Prof. Yuka Honda Special Lecturer, Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University Senior Staff Member, Healthcare Consortium, Keio University “TeamBONE! Challenge to Zero Vitamin D Deficiency-Let’s Deliver to Parents and Children around the World! Song ~ ” Latest information group discussion in the medical / healthcare field Naoko Tsugawa, Yuko Sakamoto, Yuka Honda “Causes and Improvement of Vitamin D Nutrition in Japanese: Problems According to Life Stage” [Image 2

Prof. Naoko Tsugawa, Yuko Sakamoto, Yuka Honda Dr. Mitsuka Urashima Professor, Jikei University School of Medicine, Director, Molecular Epidemiology Research Department, Pediatrician “Vitamin D: Potential as a treatment for cancer patients” Dr. Takahito Miyazawa Neurosurgeon, Arai Hospital “Dementia: A paradigm shift from drug treatment to thorough prevention using sunlight and vitamin D” [Image 3

Dr. Mitsuka Urashima [Image 4

Takahito Miyazawa Part 3 German health care latest information, cost issues and economic benefits There are reports that at least 80 percent of the population suffers from vitamin D deficiency in Germany, Austria and Switzerland, where the sunshine conditions are worse than in Japan. Vitamin D deficiency inhibits cellular metabolism. Therefore, it has been pointed out that vitamin D is involved in the onset and progression of all chronic diseases and lifestyle-related diseases. It is also a major issue that needs to be solved globally, such as how to suppress the increase in medical expenses caused by illnesses and how to reduce the medical expenses that companies bear. In the third part, German health care professionals and economists explained the problems we faced and the clues to solving them.
Dr. Jorg Spitz, President of the German Foundation for Health Information and Prevention, Academy of Human Medicine (AMM) “Sunlight and vitamin D -the top of the iceberg of lost natural resources due to modern civilisation” Nikko and Vitamin D-modern civilization Many natural resources lost by the end of the iceberg (simultaneous interpretation) Dr. Yesper Cole Chief Executive Officer, Wisdom Tree Japan “Vitamin D-Japan’s Aiming Growth Strategy for Japanese Workers” [Image 5

Jorg Spitz [Image 6

Jorg Spitz [Image 7

Mr. Yester Cole Part 4 Latest Information on Architecture / Industry Sunlight has a major impact on mental and physical health and quality of daily performance. Visible rays of visible light, ultraviolet rays with short wavelengths, infrared rays with long wavelengths, There are parts that can be used effectively. An expert who studied light such as ultraviolet rays first explained the characteristics of sunlight in detail. In our living and living spaces, lighting is being developed in place of sunlight. Keep up-to-date on the development and design of daily life activities or for health care, physiology anthropology / environmental specialists and design lighting professionals Thank you for explaining. Prof. Masako Sasaki, Emeritus Professor, Tokai University, Fellow of Chemical Society of Japan, Member of the Ethics Committee of the Japanese Dermatological Association Prof. Akira Yasuga (Professor Emeritus, Kyushu University (partly joint research with Laforet Engineering Co., Ltd.) “Non-visual effects of light and health”) Miho Konishi Director of IALD JAPAN (Japan Association of International Lighting Designers), Member of the Society of Lighting Engineers, Journal Editor, ALG Director of Architectural Lighting Planning, Lighting Designer “Lighting Design and Health” [Image 8

Dr. Masako Sasaki [Image 9

Professor Yasukouchi [Image 10

Miho Konishi Eleven teachers participated and nearly 80 people participated. In the future, more fulfilling activities will be carried out in cooperation with Germany and Japan. Thank you for your continued support and guidance. The video of the day and the report after the lecture will be released on the following website. https://www.sun-and-health.jp/ If we decide to hold it next year, we will report again. [Image 11

“Sunlight and Health” Conference Executive Committee
■ Event Overview Title : “1. German / Japanese Conference on Sunlight and Health Date and time: October 4, 2019 (Friday) 11: 00-18: 00 Venue: Shinjuku Park Tower 3F Park Tower Hall (3-7-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo)

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