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Sayamaike Museum Lecture 2014: Atsuro Kawauchi & Tadao Ando

  • Date;March 29 (Sat.), 2014
  • Hours;2:00 P.M. - 3:30 P.M. ( Handing out numbered tickets for admissions 11:00 A.M.)
  • Place;Permanent collection exhibition room on the 1st floor, and Hall on the 2nd floor
  • Admission fee;Free
  • Full Number;400
Sayamaike Museum Lecture 2014

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  • If you need more information, ask to;Osaka Prefectural Sayamaike Museum (Tel.072-367-8891)

Museum Lectures by Curators

Date; March 7 (Sat.), March 14 (Sat.), March 21 (Sat.), 2009

Hours; 2:00 P.M. - 3:30 P.M. for each (The hall will be open at 1:30 P.M.)

Admission Fee; Free

Place; Hall on the 2nd Floor

Full Number; 126 for each. On first-come-first-applied basis.

If you need more information, ask to; Osaka Prefectural Sayamaike Museum (Tel.072-367-8891)

Schedule; (Notice: All Spoken in Japanese Only.)

  • On March. 7 (Sat.) KURAKU Yoshiyuki, Director "Sayamaike Pond and World Heritage"
  • On March. 14 (Sat.) SAKATA Hiroyasu "Research on the riparian work of Yodogawa River"
  • On March. 21 (Sat.) YAMADA Ryuichi "The Report about sites with a Water Control function in Osaka"

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Museum Lectures by Curators

Date; February 3 (Sat.), February 10 (Sat.), February 17 (Sat.), February 24 (Sat.), 2007

Hours; 2:00 P.M. - 3:30 P.M. for each (The hall will be open at 1:30 P.M.)

Admission Fee; Free

Place; Hall on the 2nd Floor

Full Number; 126 for each. On first-come-first-applied basis.

If you need more information, ask to; Osaka Prefectural Sayamaike Museum (Tel.072-367-8891)

Schedule; (Notice: All Spoken in Japanese Only.)

  • On Feb. 3 (Sat.) KURAKU Yoshiyuki, Director "History of Rice-Production in Japan"
  • On Feb. 10 (Sat.) KIKKAWA Kuniko "Analysis for the Structure of the Embankment of Sayamaike Pond in the Edo Period"
  • On Feb. 17 (Sat.) BABA Hideaki "Study about KAKINOMOTO Hitomaro,Manyo Poet, and His Successors"
  • On Feb. 24 (Sat.) ARII Hiroko "History of Enchi, Ponds in Imperial Gardens, in East Asia"

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5th Anniversary Event / Symposium: How to Make the Best Use of Scientific Technologies to Museum Exhibitions

Date; May 13 (Sat.), 2006

Hours; 1:30 P.M. - 4:30 P.M. (The hall will be open at 0:30 P.M.)

Admission Fee; Free

Place; SAYAKA Hall (5 minuets walk to South from Osakasayamashi Station of Nankai Koya Line)

Full Number; 350

Notice; All spoken in Japanese

Application; Send a return postcard with your address, name, age, and phone number to the address written below until May 2.

Send Your Postcard To; Osaka Prefectural Sayamaike Museum (2chome, Ikejirinaka, Osakasayama City, OSAKA, JAPAN 589-0007)

If you need more information, ask to; Osaka Prefectural Sayamaike Museum (Tel.072-367-8891)

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Museum Lectures by Curators

Date; February 4 (Sat.), February 11 (Sat.), February 18 (Sat.), February 25 (Sat.), 2006

Hours; 2:00 P.M. - 3:30 P.M. for each (The hall will be open at 1:00 P.M.)

Admission Fee; Free

Place; Hall on the 2nd Floor

Full Number; 126 for each. On first-come-first-applied basis.

If you need more information, ask to; Osaka Prefectural Sayamaike Museum (Tel.072-367-8891)

Schedule; (Notice: All Spoken in Japanese Only.)

  • On Feb. 4 (Sat.) KURAKU Yoshiyuki, Director "History of Irrigation"
  • On Feb. 11 (Sat.) KIKKAWA Kuniko "Relationship Between Villages and Pond for Irrigation in the Edo Period"
  • On Feb. 18 (Sat.) BABA Hideaki "A Glance of the History of The Traffic Between Ohstu and Kyoto -From the Ancient Time to the Opening of the Railway-"
  • On Feb. 25 (Sat.) ARII Hiroko "Ancient Rituals Surrounding the Earth and Water"

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Museum Lectures by Curators

Date; February 5 (Sat.), February 12 (Sat.), February 19 (Sat.), February 26 (Sat.), 2005

Hours; 1:30 P.M. - 3:00 P.M. for each (The hall will be open at 1:00 P.M.)

Admission Fee; Free

Place; Hall on the 2nd Floor

Full Number; 126 for each. On first-come-first-applied basis.

If you need more information, ask to; Osaka Prefectural Sayamaike Museum (Tel.072-367-8891)

Schedule; (Notice: All Spoken in Japanese Only.)

  • On Feb. 5 (Sat.) KURAKU Yoshiyuki, Director "Archaeological Methods for Determining the Chronological Age of Sites or Remains"
  • On Feb. 12 (Sat.) KIKKAWA Kuniko "A Glimpse of Sayamaike Pond through the Documents of the Edo Period"
  • On Feb. 19 (Sat.) BABA Hideaki "Old Japanese Poems Referring to the Ancient Water Transportation in the Anthology named ‘Manyosyu’"
  • On Feb. 26 (Sat.) SHIBANO Keinosuke "Sugarcane Cultivation in Sennan Area of Osaka Prefecture in the Edo Period"

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Museum Lectures by Curators

Date; February 7 (Sat.), February 14 (Sat.), February 21 (Sat.), February 28 (Sat.), 2004

Hours; 1:30 P.M. - 3:00 P.M. for each (The hall will be open at 1:00 P.M.)

Admission Fee; Free

Place; Hall on the 2nd Floor

Full Number; 126 for each. On first-come-first-applied basis.

If you need more information, ask to; Osaka Prefectural Sayamaike Museum (Tel.072-367-8891)

Schedule; (Notice: All Spoken in Japanese Only.)

  • On Feb. 7 (Sat.) KURAKU Yoshiyuki, Director "History of Paddy Fields Viewing from the Archaeological Evidence"
  • On Feb. 14 (Sat.) SHIBANO Keinosuke "Civil Engineering Works in Nara Period"
  • On Feb. 21 (Sat.) BABA Hideaki "Ancient Network of Transportation by Road"
  • On Feb. 28 (Sat.) ICHIKAWA Hideyuki "Ponds Made by Prince Shotoku of Asuka Period"

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Branch Session of The 3rd World Water Forum
Theme: Lessons to Learn from the History of Water Control

The world is now faced with the problems such as conflicts concerning water supply, shortage of water and food, water pollution and flood crisis. The aim of the World Water Forum is to support the deepening of discussions towards the solution of international water issues in the 21st century, to formulate concrete proposals and to bring their importance to the world's attention. The Forum gathers not only water specialists but also citizens, politicians and organization representatives.
The 3rd World Water Forum will be held in Japan, connecting Kyoto, Osaka and Shiga. And we, Osaka Prefectural Government, International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage, International Water History Association and United Nations University, will hold a session which theme is "Water History: Lessons to Learn from it". Through this session, we expect to pull out some hints towards the solution of international water issues in the 21st century, from the wisdoms or failures of the past. 11 specialist of water history will attend the session, and present us with the reports of various regions of various periods.

Date; March 17(Mon.), 2003

Hours; 9:30 A.M. - 6:00 P.M.

Admission Fee; Free

Place; Hall on the 2nd floor

Sponsor; Osaka Prefectural Government, International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage, International Water History Association and United Nations University

Full Number; 30 seats.

If you want to attend this session, send a return postcard with your address, name, age, and phone number to the address written below till March 8.

Send Your Postcard To; Osaka Prefectural Sayamaike Museum "The 3rd World Water Forum", 2chome, Ikejirinaka, Osakasayama City, OSAKA, JAPAN 589-0007

If you need more information, ask Osaka Prefectual Sayamaike Museum (TEL.072-367-8891)

PROGRAM;

  • "Political Economy of Water in Historical Perspective" R. Coopey, Chairman of International Water History Association and Professor of Lubeck Applied Science College, Germany
  • "The Sadd el -Kafara: The Oldest High Dam of the World" H. Fahlbusch, Member of International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage, Germany
  • "Old Fluming Dams near Vienna" A. Vogel, Member of International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage and Lecturer of University, of Wales, Austria
  • "Design Principle of Historical Curvilinear Oblique Weir" K. Sakitani, Doctor of Graduate School of Tokyo University, Japan
  • "Irrigation Design in the Netherlands East Indies" M. Ertsen, Member of United Nations University, The Netherlands
  • "Municipal or Private Ownership of Water and Sewage Utilities?" T. S. Katko, Member of United Nations University, Finland
  • "Sayama-Ike and Japanese Experience of Water Development" A. Kinda, Vice President of Kyoto University, Japan
  • "Agency/Farmer Participation in the Management of Public Sector Irrigation Schemes" Sani Balla, Member of International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage, Nigeria
  • "Fair Distribution and Allocation of Water among Farmers in Ancient Times" A. R. Salamat, Member of International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage, Iran
  • "Lessons Learned in the History of Dutch Water Management" D. de Bruin, Member of International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage, The Netherlands
  • "History of Flood Damage in Japan" Y. Takahashi, Professor Emeritus of Tokyo University and Superior Adviser of United Nations University, Japan
  • "The Lessons from History of Qanat" I. Kobori, Superior Adviser of United Nations University, Japan
  • "Russian History of Water" N. V. Sokolov, Russia
  • "History and Paradigm Shift of Japanese ODA Policy in Water and Environment Sector" M. Murakami, Member of United Nations University, Japan

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The Water Environment Symposium at Sayamaike Museum for Promoting

Date; March 1(Sat.), 2003

Hours; 1:30 P.M. - 3:30 P.M.

Admission Fee; Free

Place; Gallery Zone 5

Sponsor; Executive Comitee of The Water Environment Symposium

Support; Osakasayama City & Nankai Electric Railway Co., Ltd.

Application; On first-come-first-applied basis. No Application in Advance Needed.

If you need more information, ask Osaka Prefectual Sayamaike Museum (TEL.072-367-8891)

The Water Environment Symposium at Sayamaike Museum for Promoting

PROGRAM; (Notice: All Spoken in Japanese.)

  1. Lecture 13:30-14:20
    "Water and Culture in 21st Century"
    ANDO Tadao, Architect and Professor of The Graduate School of Tokyo University Engineering Department
  2. Discussion 14:30-15:30
    • Theme: "Water Environment and City Planning"
    • Cordinator: IWAI Tamae (Representative Director of the joint stock corporation Creative Forum)
    • Respondents: ANDO Tadao, TANIGUCHI Hiroaki (Director of Kinki Regional Department Bureau of Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport), KANAMORI Wataru (President of Osaka Prefectural Joint-stock Corporation for City Development)


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Museum Lectures by Curators

Date; February 8 (Sat.), February 15 (Sat.), February 22 (Sat.), 2003

Hours; 1:30 P.M. - 3:30 P.M. for each (The hall will be open at 1:00 P.M.)

Admission Fee; Free

Place; Hall on the 2nd Floor

Full Number; 126 for each. On first-come-first-applied basis.

If you need more information, ask to; Osaka Prefectural Sayamaike Museum (Tel.072-367-8891)

Schedule; (Notice: All Spoken in Japanese Only.)

  • On Feb. 8 (Sat.) KOYAMADA Koichi "Ancient Engineering Technologies"
  • On Feb. 15 (Sat.) BABA Hideaki "31-Syllable Japanese Poems Referring to Water in Manyo-syu the Japanese Poem-Collections"
  • On Feb. 22 (Sat.) ICHIKAWA Hideyuki "The Relation Between Terraced Paddy-Fields and Kurokuwa, a Group of Engineering Technicians in Edo Period"

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Symposium on Irrigation-Ponds in Eastern Asia;
General Meeting of Historical Water-Control Research Society

Date; November 4 (Mon.), 2002

Hours; 10:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.

Admission Fee; Free

Place; Hall on the 2nd Floor

Full Number of a general participant; 90 seats. On first-come-first-applied basis. No Application in Advance Needed.

If you need more information, ask to; Osaka Prefectural Sayamaike Museum (Tel.072-367-8891), or MATSUDA Yoshiro, Chairman of Historical Water-Control Research Society (Tel.& Fax.0795-44-2162)

PROGRAM; (Notice: All Spoken in Japanese.)

  • Speeches of Welcome 10:10-11:10
    KURAKU Yoshinori, Chief Director of Sayamaike Museum
    MATSUDA Yoshiro, Chairman of Historical Water-Control Research Society
  • Line-up of Lecturers and Themes
    10:10-11:10 "Historical Approach on Irrigation-Ponds in China"
    HONDA Osamu of Ritsumeikan University
    11:10-12:10 "Geographical Approach on Irrigation-Ponds in Osaka Prefecture"
    KAWAUCHI Kenzo of International Buddhist University
    12:10-13:10 "Geographical Approach on Modern Attempts to Preserve Irrigation-Ponds"
    UCHIDA Kazuko of Okayama University
  • Discussion 14:00-15:30
  • Tour on Sayamaike and Museum 15:30-17:00

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Special Symposium on; Water-control and the Ancient Civilizations
- Flood-control and Irrigation-systems that Sustained the Ancient Civilizations and Nations -

Date; March 23(Sat.), 2002

Hours; 9:50 A.M. - 3:00 P.M. (The hall will be open at 9:15 A.M.)

Admission Fee; Free

Place; Grand meeting hall of 'SAYAKA Hall' (or 'Osakasayama City Culture Hall')

Location; 1chome, Sayama, Osakasayama City, OSAKA

Transportation; By Nankai Koya Line from 'Namba' to 'Osakasayamashi', then 5 minutes walk to west.

If you want to attend this symposium, send a return postcard with your address, name, age, and phone number to the address written below during Feb.2 - March 12.
Send Your Postcard To: Osaka Prefectural Sayamaike Museum (2chome, Ikejirinaka, Osakasayama City, OSAKA, JAPAN 589-0007)

Special Symposium on; Water-control and the Ancient Civilizations

PROGRAM; (Notice: All Spoken in Japanese.)

  1. Line-up of Lecturers and Themes
    10:00-10:30 "Flood-control and Irrigation-systems of Ancient Civilizations"
    Hiroshi Kanazeki, Chief Directer of Yayoi Culture Museum
    10:30-11:00 "Irrigation-systems in East Asia"
    Koichi Takaya, Prof. of Shiga Prefectural University
    11:00-11:30 "Irrigation-system of Ankhol Site"
    Yoshiharu Nakao, Prof. of Tezukayama College
    11:30-12:00 "Irrigated Rice Fields and the Ancient Society"
    Kazuo Hirose, Prof. of Nara Womens' College
    13:00-13:30 "Sayamaike Pond in Ancient Japan"
    Akihiro Kinda, Prof. of Kyoto University
  2. Panel Discussion 13:30-15:00
    • Panelists: Lecturers above
    • Cordinator: Yoshiyuki Kuraku, Chief Directer of Sayamaike Museum