Division of Nature- and Culture-based Tourism
The discoveries, preservation and improvements are utilized to cultivate human resources who can radiate regional charms and values.
The course of Nature- and Culture-based Tourism is mainly made up of two fields. The first is concerned with ecotourism, rural tourism and environmental issues, and studies the balance between preservation and reasonable utilization of environmental resources through geographical and ecological approaches. This field contributes to the sustainability of environmental management and control. The other field is concerned with urban tourism, restructuring and planning, and studies reasonable utilization of urban resources through planning and engineering approaches.
|Original Site||Division of Nature- and Culture-based Tourism External Link (Japanese Site)|
|Graduate School||Graduate School of Urban Environmental Sciences|
Department of Tourism Science