Yamagata Network’s Activity Report & Objective ~Part39

~From the blog of 26th December of the Yamagata Network for Cultural Heritage~


Snowstorms are hitting Yamagata Prefecture. I wonder whether it also snows or not on the Pacific side.

After the New Year comes, the first days of the cleaning operation are as follows;

  • YWJC: 6th January
  • TUAD, TUCSS: 10th January
  • YU: 17th January

Starting time will be about 5:00pm. We appreciate your participation. As for the newcomers, please contact Mr Kobayashi before coming. In the end-year period and new year, we will have a lot of paperwork and meetings. Thank you for your cooperation.

[Last Week’s Activity Report]

  1. 19th December, Yamagata University held the cleaning operation.
  2. 20th December, TUAD had the cleaning operation.
  3. 20th December, TUCSS carried out the cleaning operation.

[This Week’s Objective]

  1. 26th December, we will have a regular meeting in TUAD.
  2. 29th December, we will report our rescue activities in the meeting of the Shonai Archaeological Association.


We inform you that Yamagata University finished this year’s cleaning operation on 19th December, and TUAD and TUCSS also closed on 20th December. We would like to express our deepest gratitude to all of you who participated in our operation. Students, officers in the university, graduates, and members of the community joined our operation. We appreciate to their understanding and cooperation for us. The first day of the Yamagata University’s operation was 8th August, TUAD’s was 25th April, and TUCSS was 6th December.

We appreciate your continuous support in the new year.


About Nerwork for Historical Materials
A volunteer group for preserving Cultural Heritage suffered from natural disasters

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