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Japanese immerse in Ifugao culture
by Daniel B. Codamon / PIA

HUNGDUAN, Ifugao – Eleven Japanese student interns from the Kanazawa University (KU) immersed themselves in the villages of this town and in Kiangan from March 15 to 23 to learn and experience the cultural and traditional practices of the Ifugao people.

These practices include indigenous farming, weaving, tour guiding, establishment of souvenir shops, rice grain pounding and preparation for cooking and the educational instruction methods now practiced in elementary schools.

The activity was part of the student exchange program between the Ifugao State University (IFSU) and KU forged under a memorandum of understanding in 2014 through the Ifugao Satoyama Meister Training Program.

Under the MOU, students would conduct research studies on the culture and traditions of the Ifugao people as part of their academic requirements for graduation and then implement projects for the conservation of the Ifugao rice terraces and those applicable for the Globally Important Agricultural Heritage System of Japan.


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