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Seminar schedule
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[Date and time]
August 23 (Wednesday), 24 (Thursday), 25 (Friday), 2023
​ Tokyo Big Sight
August 23rd(wed)

Fukui Prefectural University Faculty of Marine Bioresources

Professor Shuichi Sato


Domestic farmed fish beyond nature

Abstract of the lecture

Currently, aquaculture is developing worldwide, and among them, feeding aquaculture is growing significantly. The reason for this is the improvement in the quality of farmed fish. It is supported by aquaculture technology and post-harvest technology. Today, most farmed fish outstrip wild fish. This time, we will introduce this technology.


On land farming of salmon using deep sea water in Nyuzen Town, Toyama Prefecture

Atland Co., Ltd.

Representative Director Takeshi Maruyama

Abstract of the lecture

The company was established in October last year as a joint venture between Mitsubishi Corporation and Maruha Nichiro for the purpose of land-based aquaculture of Atlantic salmon. We would like to introduce the background of our decision to operate this business in Nyuzen Town, Toyama Prefecture, as well as our company's policies and goals.

Mr. Hirono


Fact-finding survey on land-based aquaculture, status of notification system, etc.

Fisheries Agency Breeding Promotion Department Cultivation and Aquaculture Division

Assistant Manager Yoshihiko Takegawa

Abstract of the lecture

We will explain the status of the notification system for the land-based aquaculture industry, which was enforced on April 1, 2023, as a result of the 2022 land-based aquaculture survey consignment project.

August 24th(thu)
Committee member Nohara


Current Status and Future Strategy of Indoor Closed Circulation Shrimp Farming

IMT Engineering Co., Ltd.

President and Representative Director Yukishi Tomita

Abstract of the lecture

Japan is one of the world's largest consumers of shrimp, but its self-sufficiency rate is less than 10%. We have been accumulating technical knowledge for some time, believing that the spread of indoor closed-loop shrimp farming is inevitable. In this study session, we will explain the situation surrounding indoor closed circulation shrimp farming and the future strategy for promoting its spread.

Yoyoya Co., Ltd.

Representative Director Tsutomu Maeda


Land-based seaweed farming system taught by Ago Bay

Abstract of the lecture

From the background of why we started producing sea grapes by closed circulation indoor aquaculture, the efforts to complete the indoor aquaculture system for sea grapes released this time, the specific mechanism of the system and each function, and About future prospects.


Consideration on the current state of bivalve aquaculture and the possibility of land-based aquaculture

Bivalve Aquaculture Research Institute Co., Ltd.

Representative Director Hiroshi Oniki

Abstract of the lecture

In recent years, marine aquaculture of oysters, scallops, and pearl oysters has been hit hard by environmental changes and diseases. In this presentation, I will discuss the current status of bivalve aquaculture and the possibility of land-based aquaculture.

August 25th(fri)
Commissioner Endo


Food chain type C-RAS

ARK Co., Ltd.

Co-Founder/Director Yosuke Kurihara

Abstract of the lecture

Introducing the new land-based aquaculture concept using the small and distributed land-based aquaculture facility "ARK-V1" developed and manufactured by ARK, along with the status of the demonstration experiment.

Super App Co., Ltd.

Representative Director Masaki Iinuma


Aquaponics ~Circulation of Life Connected by Water~

Abstract of the lecture

Introducing Japan's largest aquaponics facility, which opened at the end of last year, and the sustainable aquaculture and agriculture system that connects the food chain of various living things, including microorganisms, practiced there.


Establishment of technology for producing large female eels with excellent taste

Aichi Prefectural Fisheries Experimental Station

Inland Water Fisheries Research Institute

Inland Water Aquaculture Group Ariizumi Toda

Abstract of the lecture

We have developed a technique to produce large, high-quality female eels by feeding soybean isoflavones. When the female eels were evaluated, they were highly evaluated in items such as softness of the meat. In addition, the safety of soybean isoflavone was also evaluated, and it was thought that there would be no problem with its persistence.

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