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Wishing a quick and complete recovery to the all victims of

the Noto Peninsula Earthquake in 2024. 

At 16:10 on 1 January 2024, there was a magnitude 7.6 (preliminary) earthquake in the Noto region of Ishikawa Prefecture, Japan.

Many roads are reported to be sinking or collapsing. Rescue operations in the affected areas have been delayed because of these problems.

We wish our deepest sympathies to all people who are staying at home or in shelters in the cold winter days.

​We also pray for you to rebuild the region with great strength.

【Saitama Venue】

​ "Yoshimi Caves" + "Symposium"

【Yokohama Venue】

​ "Taya Cave" + "Symposium"

【Optional Tour】

Free​"Taya Cave" Guide Tour


JR Tokaido Line
Ofuna Station

”Taya Cave”

【Yokohama Venue】
"Taya Cave"
About 15 min by Bus
from JR Tokaido Line
"Ofuna Station"

Program 3:

13:00 ~ 14:30 

“Taya Cave”  On-site Discussion

(Venue:Taya Cave

  • It is a free visit, No pre-registration required.

  • In the view of cultural heritage preservation, please pay a visit fee.

  • A Q&A session by Yasuhiko TAMURA (Executive Committee for the Preservation of the Taya Cave is arranged on the day.

  • Three free shuttle buses to the symposium venue (Sakae Public Hall) are arranged.

  • If you wish to attend the symposium (Venue: Sakae Public Hall), please pre-register separately for the symposium (registration page is here).



Move from 'Taya Cave' to the venue of Symposium, 'Sakae Public Hall'

 ※ Free shuttle buses (three runs)

  • 1st Shuttle Bus:

Dep. 14:30 Taya Cave Parking ​Boud for Sakae Public Hall

  • 2nd Shuttle Bus:

Dep. 15:05 Taya Cave Parking ​Boud for Sakae Public Hall

  • 3rd Shuttle Bus:

Dep. 15:40 Taya Cave Parking ​Boud for Sakae Public Hall

  • Dep. Bus Stop:

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