Children's Tour Day in Kasumigaseki
The “Children's Tour Day in Kasumigaseki”, which is jointly organized by ministries and agencies within the Japanese government, is a yearly summer event that allows children to visit government offices. The Office of Policy Planning and Coordination on Territory and Sovereignty of the Cabinet Secretariat started to join the event in 2013 by setting up its own exhibition booth, with the hope of providing visiting children with an opportunity to learn about and to take interest in the situations concerning Japan’s territorial integrity.
Overview of the Exhibits of the Office of Policy Planning and Coordination on Territory and Sovereignty in the Children's Tour Day in Kasumigaseki 2013
August 7 and 8, 2013 10:30-16:00
Central Government Building No. 4, Room No. 220
３．Number of children taking part in the workshop:
Total 219 (First day 149, Second day 70)
４．Support and Contribution of materials:
Northern Territories Affairs Administration, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Japan Coast Guard, Shimane Prefectural Government
“Let us learn about Takeshima!”
６．Overview of the exhibits:
・ Exhibition of Panels with information and pictures related to Takeshima
・ Quiz about Takeshima
・ Distribution of pamphlets on Takeshima produced by
Shimane Prefectural Government and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
・ Handicraft Workshop (making “shrink plastic” key rings )
Let us learn about Takeshima first.
“Takeshima Quiz”: I know the answer!
Children made those key rings at
the Handicraft Workshop
Daddy and daughter collaboration:
let’s get the colors right!
I hope my key ring will shrink nicely in the oven..
Look at my cool key rings!!