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					          Achievement of
Tokyo University of Agriculture (TUA)


                Eitaro Miwa

     Professor of the Research Institute
       Tokyo University of Agriculture
TUA is the university whose motto is
“Education and Study for Practical
Science and Technology”.


Tokiyoshi Yokoi who
founded TUA in 1911 told
“TUA returns the graduates
to the farm with
intelligence.”
 TUA’s contribution to Brazil has been the active
training and education of Japanese students who are
ambitious to emigrate to Brazil

Especially, from 1956 when TUA instituted the
Department of Colonial Development for
Agriculture, till the early 1960’s, about 200
graduates emigrated to Brazil.
The emigrants have made a strong net work
for the transfer of education and study for
practical science and technology through
their development in farms in each district in
Brazil.
The emigrants have made a strong net work
for the transfer of education and study for
practical science and technology through
their development in farms in each district in
Brazil.
The emigrants have made a strong net work
for the transfer of education and study for
practical science and technology through
their development in farms in each district in
Brazil.




      61 farm Co-operated by TUA graduates
The emigrants have made a strong net work
for the transfer of education and study for
practical science and technology through
their development in farms in each district in
Brazil.




      50th years anniversary of TUAT graduates in Amazon
Technical achievements of TUA graduates
1) Introducing new crops to Brazil Agriculture
  Flowers – Pot chrysanthemum
  Vegetables – Chinese cabbage, leek, Japanese parsley,
   Japanese white radish, turnip, Chinese yam , white gourd,
   dried gourd shavings
 Others – tea, jute, pimenta




        Pot chrysanthemum                    Carnation
Technical achievements of TUA graduates
1) Introducing new crops to Brazil Agriculture
  Flowers – Pot chrysanthemum
  Vegetables – Chinese cabbage, leek, Japanese parsley,
   Japanese white radish, turnip, Chinese yam , white gourd,
   dried gourd shavings
 Others – tea, jute, pimenta




                Rose                           Orchids
Technical achievements of TUA graduates
1) Introducing new crops to Brazil Agriculture
  Flowers – Pot chrysanthemum
  Vegetables – Chinese cabbage, leek, Japanese parsley,
   Japanese white radish, turnip, Chinese yam , white gourd,
   dried gourd shavings
 Others – tea, jute, pimenta




           Cabbage                      Egg plant
Technical achievements of TUA graduates
1) Introducing new crops to Brazil Agriculture
  Flowers – Pot chrysanthemum
  Vegetables – Chinese cabbage, leek, Japanese parsley,
   Japanese white radish, turnip, Chinese yam , white gourd,
   dried gourd shavings
 Others – tea, jute, pimenta




               Garlic field                   Garlic
Technical achievements of TUA graduates
1) Introducing new crops to Brazil Agriculture
  Flowers – Pot chrysanthemum
  Vegetables – Chinese cabbage, leek, Japanese parsley,
   Japanese white radish, turnip, Chinese yam , white gourd,
   dried gourd shavings
 Others – tea, jute, pimenta




               Pimenta                             Jute
Technical achievements of TUA graduates
1) Introducing new crops to Brazil Agriculture
  Flowers – Pot chrysanthemum
  Vegetables – Chinese cabbage, leek, Japanese parsley,
   Japanese white radish, turnip, Chinese yam , white gourd,
   dried gourd shavings
 Others – tea, jute, pimenta


                            poultry farming




    Poultry farming                       Soft-shelled turtle farming
Technical achievements of TUA graduates
2) Developing new cultivars
  Vegetables – tomato, cucumber, potato, water melon
  Fruits – apple, loquat, grape, persimmon, papaya




                                                          Apple




            Itou farm
                                       Grape = Ruby Okuyama
Technical achievements of TUA graduates
2) Developing new cultivars
  Vegetables – tomato, cucumber, potato, water melon
  Fruits – apple, loquat, grape, persimmon, papaya




       Araki farm                         Oshima farm
Technical achievements of TUA graduates
3) Establishment of soy bean, wheat, corn farming in Cerrado
Technical achievements of TUA graduates
       4) Agro-forestry at Amazon




          Chiba・Sugino
          Memorial Forest in Tome-Acu
Technical achievements of TUA graduates
       4) Agro-forestry at Amazon




        Dende




                    Combined planting of teak, pimenta , oranges
Product’s share of Japanese farms in Sao Paulo state
                                      (%, 1972)
    Potato        100       Lettuce        60
    Tea           100       Tomato         60
    Cucumber        90      Pumpkin        60
    Loquat         90       Eggplant        60
    Peas           80       Mikan          60
    Water melon     80      Red pepper     50
    Carrot         80       Banana          50
    Cauliflower    70       Peanut         35
    Cabbage        70       Cotton         35
    Strawberry     70       Sweet potato    30
    Melon         70        Coffee          20
    Grape         70        Soybean        10
    Persimmon      70       Rice           10
                            Corn           10
Beyond the Past Success
  Emigration of graduates had a motivation to extend
own farming overseas.
   After 1960, such motivation began to diminish along
with the economical development of both countries and
the emigration to Brazil got down rapidly.
  Instead, the demand of other developing countries for
technology transfer in agriculture has been required to
Japan.

-Overseas Technology Co-operation Association (OTCA since
1974 JICA) was set up in 1962.
-Japan Overseas Cooperation Volunteers (JOCV) was set up in
1965.
-TUA began to have the sister school overseas in 1966. We have
18 sisters in 18 countries, one representative school in each
country, including Univ. of Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Since, farms of TUA graduates in Brazil have been
  good fields for training students.
It is not to get the successors of emigrates but to
  educate students who want to work widely in
  overseas for global innovation in agronomy.

In 1991 TUA reformed Depart Department of Colonial
   Development for Agriculture to Department of
   International Agricultural Development
Since 2003, TUA has organized Global Network for
   Education for Young Farmers (2003) under COL
program of the Ministry of Education, Japan
           Subjects for future
•    Agro-forestry and sustainable farming
•    Value chain of agriculture – Farm to Table
•    Orphan crops
•    Use of biomass for energy
•   Advanced technology based on molecular
    biology

				
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