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Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology recommended "Education and Culture Week" events will be held

The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) has designated one week (November 1-7), including Culture Day (November 3), as "Education and Culture Week" to deepen public understanding of education and culture and to promote their enrichment.In response, KCGI will hold the following events for the general public.We look forward to your participation.

(1) Lecture "About the Jidai Matsuri" (Lecture for Kyoto Prefecture Citizen's College)

Friday, October 19, 2012 15:15-16:15
The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics, Kyoto Station Satellite Hall
Dr. Teiichiro Yoneda
Mr. Teiichiro Yoneda, 102 years old and advisor of Kyoto Computer Gakuin, one of our group schools, will introduce the origin, history, and highlights of the Jidai Matsuri Festival, one of the three major festivals in Kyoto along with the Aoi Matsuri and the Gion Matsuri.

Lecture "Information Society and Traditional Culture" (Lecture for Kyoto Prefectural University)

Friday, November 9, 2012 15:15-16:15
The Kyoto College of Graduate Studies for Informatics, Kyoto Station Satellite Hall
Ms. Mineko Tanaka, Representative Director, Tomitaya
In today's ever-advancing IT and increasingly globalized society, has Japan's proud "traditional culture" been forgotten?Ms. Mineko Tanaka, who has been preserving "Tomitaya," a traditional Kyoto townhouse designated as a national cultural asset, and continues to run traditional events, will talk about "the spirit of Japanese people.

Vintage Computer Exhibition

Sunday, November 11, 2012 10:00-16:00
Kyoto Computer Gakuin Kyoto Ekimae Campus 1F Entrance Hall
Warmth and knowledge.KCG Group, the first computer education institution in Japan, has carefully preserved the computers and other equipment used for education, training, and research for 49 years since its founding as the KCG Reference Library.In 2009, the KCG Museum was accredited as the first distributed computer museum in Japan by the Information Processing Society of Japan.The TOSBAC-3400 and OKITAC4300C systems were recognized as the first "Information Technology Heritage" in 2009.NEAC-2206" (2011) and "NEAC S 100 System" (2012) also received the same heritage certification.The valuable computers stored in the "KCG Museum" will be introduced with explanations.We would also like to take this opportunity to gain the understanding and support of many people for the realization of the computer museum that the KCG Group has envisioned.

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