ITC 2016, the 11th year

10 to 26 September 2016, at Kyoto, Kobe and Sasayama, Japan

2016 ITC Theme:
Protecting cultural heritage from climate change induced disaster risks

15 participants from Romania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Spain, Morocco, Jordan, Pakistan, India, Kenya, Philippines, New Zealand, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Brazil and Chile

Field Work Places:
Kiyomizu Dera, Sannei zaka, Ponto-cho, Fire Prevention Facilities at Ninna-ji Temple, Disaster Reduction and Human Renovation Institution, Kobe Earthquake site and Flood area, Sasayama Important Preservation Distric

Organized by:
Institute of Disaster Mitigation for Urban Cultural Heritage, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto
In Cooperation with UNESCO World Heritage Centre, ICCROM, ICOMOS/ICORP, UNISDR
Supported by Toyota Foundation “Initiative Program”

Course Pictures

The lecture by Cultural Asset Division, Kyoto Prefecture
Site visit of Kiyomizu-dera conservation place
Site visit for Kiyomizu-dera World Heritage site
Site visit of Preservation District (Citizen Hydrant)
Site visit of Ponto-cho where fire damaged
Field work for risk assessment at Ponto-cho
A lecture at R-DMUCH (Climate Change)
Discussion at R-DMUCH (Emergency response)
The lecture of firefighting facilities at Ninna-ji WHS
Testing of fire prevention system at Ninna-ji WHS
Discussion with local community`s stakeholders
Workshop for designing recovery process
Discussion for designing recovery process
Final presentation of case projects and discussion
A group photo of 10 years` anniversary symposium