2 Motoyama, Kamigamo, Kita-ku, Kyoto, 603-8047
Tel. +81-75-781-2404 Fax. +81-75-723-1262
TATENO, Ryunosuke, D.Agr. (Kyoto Univ.), Forest Ecology (Nutrient cycling, Plant N use, Carbon allocation, Gene flow etc)
NAKANISHI, Asami, M. Agr. (Kyoto Univ.), Forest Ecology, Nitrogen Cycling
Program-Specific Assistant Professor
AKAISHI, Daisuke, Ph.D. in Science (Kanazawa Univ.), Community Elocogy, Conservation Ecology, Cooperation with Society
This forest, located in the suburbs of Kyoto City, about 5km north-west-north of the University campus, is convenient for research and education. The total area is 47ha, half of which is covered with secondary forest composed mainly of Chamaecyparis obtusa and deciduous tree species. There are some arboretum of indigenous and foreign tree species, and nurseries.
The main subjects of study are the afforestation and the breeding of foreign species. Many tree species are gathered by the exchange of tree seeds with over 100 biological institutes around the world and over 800 tree species are growing at present. 80 species of the genus Pinus, 70 species of the subfamily Bambusoideae and 80 species of the genus Rhododendron have been collected. Recently, study of the management of devastated urban forests has been started.
* By subway from Kyoto sta.
— By subway from Kyoto sta. to Kokusaikaikan sta. on the Karasuma Line [20min] — (1) By Kyoto bus No.40 from Kokusaikaikan sta., get off Chikyuken-mae stop [5min] and walk [10min] — (2) By taxi from Kokusaikaikan sta. (3km) [10min] — (3) On foot from Kokusaikaikan sta. (3km) [40min]
* By Kyoto city bus No.17 from Kyoto sta.
* By car from Kyoto University