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We hold "education, culture week" event of Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology

The Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology will make one week (November 1-7) including Culture Day (November 1-7) “Education / Culture Week” in order to deepen public understanding of education / culture and enhance its promotion. It is recommended to open related facilities such as free opening of facilities during the same week and around 2 weeks before and after, and holding related events such as open lectures and lectures.In response, KCGI will hold the following events for the general public.We look forward to your participation.

(1) Lecture “Regional Festival” (Kyoto Prefectural University)

October 19, 2012 (Friday) 15: 15-16: 15
Kyoto Information Graduate University, Kyoto Station Satellite Hall
Dr. Teiichiro Yoneda
In front of the “Kyosai” and “Gion Festival” as well as the “Kyoto Festival” counted as one of the three major festivals in Kyoto, Mr. Seiichiro Yoneda, an adviser to Kyoto Computer Gakuin, who is a school of the University of Tokyo, is 102 years old. Please introduce.

(2) Lecture “Information Society and Traditional Culture” (Kyoto Prefectural University)

November 9, 2012 (Friday) 15: 15-16: 15
Kyoto Information Graduate University, Kyoto Station Satellite Hall
Mr. Minako Tanaka, President
Isn't the “traditional culture” that Japan is proud of, a modern society where IT continues to progress and increasingly globalized forgotten?Ms. Minako Tanaka, who keeps the traditional “Miyata-ya” in Kyoto, designated as a national cultural asset, will talk about “Japanese hearts”.

③ Vintage Computer Exhibition

November 11, 2012 (Sunday) 10: 00-16: 00
Kyoto Computer Gakuin Kyoto Station School 1F Entrance Hall
Wen't know.The KCG Group, Japan's first computer education institution, has carefully preserved the past computers that have been used in education, practical training, and research for 49 years since its establishment as the KCG Museum.In 2009, the KCG Museum received the first national distributed computer museum certification from the Information Processing Society of Japan.Among the storage devices, “TOSBAC-3400” and “OKITAC4300C system” were first certified as “Information Technology Legacy” in 2009."NEAC-2206" (2011) and "NEAC S 100 system" (2012) are also certified by the same heritage.Introducing valuable computers stored in the KCG Museum with explanations.I would like to have the opportunity to gain the understanding and support of many people for the realization of the computer museum that the KCG Group has envisioned.