BT0110 Ishinomaki City

Environmental History School Program

Contents/ Itinerary for BOSAI Tourism

This center provides a unique educational program to learn about environmental history and about the connectedness of forests, towns, rivers, and the sea.
Detailed information on each topic is provided on the homepage.
1. Activities to directly feel nature (Nature Experience Activity)
2. Activities to learn about nature (Natural Science, Environmental Science Activity)
3. Activities to appreciate nature (Environmental Protection Activity)
4. Activities to share the bounties of nature (Work and Taste Activity)
5. Activities to develop the strength to live within nature (Training Activity)
6. Activities to express the beauty and wonders of nature (Art Activity)

What we want to tell through the experiences of BOSAI Tourism Contents

We offer a variety of activities that introduce topics of natural and environmental sciences in a fun way. Feeling nature connects to the importance of learning about nature and knowing the threat that may derive from it, leading to raised risk awareness. This educational program raises awareness about issues of environmental protection and Bosai (disaster risk reduction).

Minimum capacity

Depends on the program. Please inquire.

Maximum capacity

Depends on the program. Please inquire.

Fee (Per person or per activity) for BOSAI Tourism Contents

Depends on the program. Please inquire.
*The participation fee is used for insurance, material fees and environmental preservation.

Required time for BOSAI Tourism Contents

Subject to negotiation

Disaster Categories

Earthquake / Tsunami

Disaster phases of the contents

Disaster preparedness


General / Voluntary organizations for disaster prevention / Local Authorities / Enterprises / Elementary, junior high and high schools / University students / Educators / NPOs and NGOs / All

How to implement BOSAI Tourism Contents

Lecture / Workshop / Lecture tour / Self-guided tour / Other (Educational experience)

Organization Names

Marine Learning Center/Ishinomaki River Visitor Center