A total of eight Fellows, six from the first batch of NipCA Fellows and two JICA Scholars, participated in the Japanese Corporate Internship “Hokkaido Study Tour” from December 11 (Wed) to 16 (Mon), 2019.
The Fellows received training at companies with progressive initiatives such as Niseko Takahashi Farm and Niseko Winery, and enjoyed cultural experiences that only Hokkaido can offer, which has its own unique regional characteristics different from Tsukuba.

To read the reports by the Fellows, please see the following articles.

The recipe of tasty ice cream and fun leisure Ibragimova Aida(JICA scholarship student)

Beautiful ski resorts in Niseko and Karakol. Muratbekova Aigerim

Climate change: What could be in common between Hokkaido and Badakhshan? Boziev Kamoliddin(JICA scholarship student)

Initiatives on transforming waste into solid fuels in Kutchan town Geldiyeva Mivegozel

Ainu – indigenous people of Japan. Zakaryanov Ilyas

Takahashi Farm – The Milk Land Qambarova Nilufar

Niseko Winery: sustainable business for people and environment Boteu Saltanat

Niseko and Accommodation Management Tubu Aliyeva