ILC NEWS from Tohoku

-brought to you by the Tohoku ILC Promotion Council-

Here's the latest news about the local effort for the ILC in Tohoku (northeastern Japan)
All about Amabie

If you live in Japan or have been following Japan-related news, you’ve probably seen the mermaid-like creature on Sobacchi’s right at some point. It’s on announcements from the Ministry of Health, is sketched or pasted onto PSAs from businesses large and small, and is all over social media.

But what’s it doing here all of a sudden?

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The Iwate Prefecture ILC Promotion Council to give an online seminar on September 24th about the latest developments of the project

The Iwate Prefecture ILC Promotion Council will hold an online seminar on September 24th. Preparations for building the ILC are accelerating both domestically and abroad, and we are in a crucial stage where the central government will decide whether or not to host the project. At this seminar, experts will talk about the latest developments of the ILC, and about the significance of its realization.
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Spanning a length of more than 1,000 kilometers, the Michinoku Coastal Trail in Tohoku, Japan runs along the majestic Pacific Ocean.
The trees of the forest awaken from their slumber. These are scenes from spring to fall, brimming with new life. Plants and trees grow lush with foliage, people join in passionate festivals and fields of grain are ready for harvest. As hikers move throughout the changing seasons, each person continues to weave the tapestry of their life, continuing on their journey on foot while cherishing Tohoku’s scenery and people met along the way. (Filmed in areas between Kamaishi, Iwate Prefecture and Hachinohe, Aomori Prefecture.)

About Tohoku ILC Promotion Council

This conference, consisting of industry, academic, and government representatives, has been established to promote basic scientific research and to deepen the understanding of the International Linear Collider, as well as to research and maintain the environment during ILC installation.
That's the news for this month! As always, feel free to send us any questions about local activities for the ILC, life in the region, or about working in Japan.

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