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Kyojokyo New Year Seminar “Let's learn how to live today from ancient documents”

New Year Seminar (co-sponsored by Kyoto Prefectural Technology Center for Small and Medium Enterprises), Kyoto Information Industry Association (abbreviation: Kyokyo), Chairman: KCGI / KCG General Manager Wataru Hasegawa, with a secretariat in Kyoto Computer Gakuin (KCG) Kyoto Sangyo 21 / Kyoto Advanced Technology Research Institute / Kyoto Chamber of Commerce / IT Consortium Kyoto sponsorship was held on January 17 (Thursday) at the Kyoto University of Information Sciences, Kyoto Station Front Satellite Hall.Fuji Xerox Kyoto Co., Ltd. President and Manager of Culture Promotion Takako Mazawa gave a lecture entitled “Advanced Technology that Preserves History: Learning from Replicating Ancient Documents”.The company introduced a copy of an old document that sleeps in Kyoto as part of its CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) activities. “Old things have a lot of hints for living in the present. TheI would like to realize deeper communication that transcends the times, and to continue to help promote traditional culture. "The seminar was attended by members of the association, Kyoto Information University (KCGI) and KCG students.

First, Mr. Mazawa requested a copy of the old document “Toshichukan”, which describes the activities of the Naraya Sugimoto family in the year of 2008 and activities such as cooking while the company is searching for CSR activities unique to Kyoto. Introduced that this initiative began after receiving it.“Our company, whose main business is copy-related, is the duplication of Japanese paper, which is not good at copiers, and the fact that this old document was folded in four. Finally, five months after the start of preparation in March 2009, It was completed. ”

It was said that this completion led to free reproduction of old documents including Daifuku books and scriptures remaining in Kyoto and other places.Mr. Mazawa said, “Our old documents, which were previously displayed in a glass case to avoid breakage, and that seemed to be close and distant, could be picked up and confirmed by duplication. “The top tourists in Kyoto are lined with Kiyomizu Temple, Kinkakuji Temple, Ginkakuji Temple, etc., but there are many cultures in Kashiwanai and they are sleeping in ancient documents. TheThere are many ways to live in these days, so I would like many people to know it. "He also showed that many inquiries came from areas other than Kyoto.On the 6th floor foyer, old documents reproduced by the company were arranged, and after the lecture, a large circle was completed.

Fuji Xerox Kyoto Mr. Maezawa gave a lecture entitled “Leading History: Learning from the Creation of Replicated Old Documents”. Fuji Xerox Kyoto Mr. Maezawa gave a lecture entitled “Leading History: Learning from the Creation of Replicated Old Documents”.
Fuji Xerox Kyoto Mr. Maezawa gave a lecture entitled “Leading History: Learning from the Creation of Replicated Old Documents”. Fuji Xerox Kyoto Mr. Maezawa gave a lecture entitled “Leading History: Learning from the Creation of Replicated Old Documents”.
Fuji Xerox Kyoto Mr. Maezawa gave a lecture entitled “Leading History: Learning from the Creation of Replicated Old Documents”. Fuji Xerox Kyoto Mr. Maezawa gave a lecture entitled “Leading History: Learning from the Creation of Replicated Old Documents”.
In the foyer, duplicated old documents were arranged and attracted interest. In the foyer, duplicated old documents were arranged and attracted interest.

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