Japan National Trust Activities
The Japan National Trust for Cultural and Natural Heritage Conservation is saving beautiful natural places and important historic sites.
The Japan National Trust for Cultural and Natural Heritage Conservation conducts research on important or threatened historic and natural places; carries out conservation projects; and engages the public in conservation activities.
Since its founding, the Japan National Trust
has engaged in three main activities:
Survey and research
Surveys and independent research on historic and natural sites, including buildings, towns, cultural landscapes, natural areas and industrial sites
Conservation of natural and cultural assets
Conservation activities including acquiring historic properties, conducting restoration work, and building and managing heritage centers
Education and promotion
Education and promotion, including organizing and maintaining member networks, managing and reporting on volunteer activities, conducting international exchanges, holding regular conferences and meetings and publishing reports and a monthly magazine
The Japan National Trust owns and manages 6 historic properties and 5 Heritage Centres. Since 1968, the Trust has completed 200 survey projects and dozens of conservation projects. It also publishes The Japan National Trust Magazine 10 times a year, holds periodic workshops and conferences on a variety of preservation and conservation topics, and participates in international forums and exchanges.
Japan National Trust for Cultural and Natural Heritage Conservation
kaiji-senta building 4th floor
4-5 koujimachi Chiyoda-ku
Tokyo 102-0083 Japan