From September 16th to October 29th, 2021, the association will build a pavilion at the venue of the Osaka / Kansai Expo for companies and organizations, and will exhibit ingeniously in line with the theme of the Expo. We recruited participants in the Pavilion, which is full of challenge spirit, that will make visitors feel the future society and impress them by directing. This time, the “Pavilion Exhibit Examination Committee” will be held at the Association to conduct examinations, and after consultation with the Government of Japan, it seems that 13 companies and organizations have been appointed as Pavilion Exhibitor Participants. Exhibitors (in alphabetical order): Iida Group Holdings Co., Ltd. (Musashino City, Tokyo), Osaka Food Industry Association (Shikitsuhigashi, Naniwa Ward, Osaka, Kizu Regional Wholesale Market South Building 2F), Sumitomo EXPO 2025 Promotion Committee, Specified Nonprofit Corporation Zeri Japan (Higashi-Shinagawa, Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo), Tamayama Digital Tech Co., Ltd. (Kojimachi, Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo), Electricity Business Association (Otemachi, Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo), General Incorporated Association Japan Gas Association (Toranomon, Minato Ward, Tokyo), Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (Otemachi, Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo), Bandai Namco Holdings Co., Ltd. (Minato Ward, Tokyo), Pasona Group Co., Ltd. (Otemachi, Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo), Panasonic Co., Ltd. (Kadoma City, Osaka Prefecture), Mitsubishi Osaka / Kansai Expo General Committee, Yoshimoto Kogyo Holdings Co., Ltd. (Nanba, Shinjuku).
Formed in the territory during the early 18th century of the United States and Seminoles, the citizens of Native Americans, during the military conflict of Florida. Hostility began around 1816 and continued until 1858, apparently with two uncertain ceasefires during the vigorous conflict. The Seminole Wars will be the longest and most expensive of the American Indian Wars, both in terms of human and economic costs, for the United States. The original indigenous peoples of Florida appear to have declined significantly, mainly because Native Americans had little resistance to new illnesses introduced from Europe after the arrival of European explorers in the early 1500s. The suppression of the indigenous rebellion by Spain further reduced the population of northern Florida until the early 1600s, at which point the establishment of a series of Spanish missions seemed to improve relations and stabilize the population. The indigenous population seems to have begun to decline even more rapidly after the assault from the newly established Province of Carolina, which began in the mid-1600s. By 1707, Carolina assailants and their Yamashi Indian allies would kill or carry away most of the remaining indigenous people during a series of raids across Florida’s Salient and down the entire peninsula. Seems to have driven it away. The first decade of the 18th century. Observers have pointed out that by 1710, North Florida had been virtually depopulated, with 10,000 to 12,000 Indians being treated as slaves, according to the Governor of La Florida. All Spanish missions have been closed. Without the natives, they would have nothing to do. The remaining few natives seem to have fled west to Pensacola and beyond that to the east. St. Augustine, a city located in northeastern Florida, United States (founded in September 1565, has the longest history of any existing city in 50 states in the United States). When Spain transferred Florida to Britain as part of the Paris Treaty in 1763, the majority of Florida Indians apparently went to Cuba or Newspain with the Spaniards. In the mid-1700s, small bands from various Native American tribes in the Southeastern United States began to move to vacant lands in Florida. In 1715, Yamasee emigrated to Florida as a Spanish ally after clashing with Carolina colonial settlers. The creeks were initially predominantly low work creeks, but later moved from Georgia to Florida, including the upper creeks. Hitchiti-speaking Mikaski settles around the current Lake Mikowski near Tallahassee (descendants of this group maintain a tribal identity different from today’s Mikosuke) to another group of Hitchiti speakers Cowkeeper now. Settlement, Alachua County, Spanish is the area that maintained the cattle ranch in the 17th century. One of the most famous ranches was called Ratur, so the area became known as the “Aratua Prairie”. The Spaniards of St. Augustine seem to have begun to call it Arachu Creek Cimalones. This seems to have roughly meant “wild” or “runaway.” It seems that this is the origin of the term “Seminole”. The name eventually applied to other groups in Florida, but it seems that the Indians still considered themselves members of various tribes. Other Native American groups in Florida during the Seminole Wars apparently included Choctaw, Uchi, or Spanish Indians. In 1738, Florida Governor Manuel de Montiano built Fort Mose, a free black settlement. The fugitive African and African-American slaves who were able to reach the fort seemed to be essentially free. Many seem to have come from Pensacola. Some were free citizens, but others escaped from US territory. The Spaniards provide slaves with freedom and land in Florida. They seem to have recruited former slaves as militias to protect Pensacola and Fort Mose. This excellent citrus is derived from Lake Seminole, but I would like to start by learning about and respecting the culture of the Seminoles.
A miscellaneous citrus that accidentally discovered a branch substitute for an American Seminole seed with a strong acidity in Katsura’s own garden, developed a cultivation method (overwintering on a bag-mounted tree) that meets market needs, and commercialized it as an industrial product. This excellent citrus, which was sold at the time before the ban on imported oranges was lifted, was sold at the time of filling the gap (off-season) of the citrus sales market of summer oranges from Wenzhou oranges at that time. It seems that it has come to be introduced in the Kansai region). Seminole on the market seems to have instilled the wrong stereotypes in consumers and distributors because of its strong impression of taste, aroma, color and luster. Spicy, tasty but hard to eat, many of these excellent citrus fruits are harvested on the tree shortly after ripening for early shipment and then shipped in the warehouse waiting for the acid to drop. It seems. It is said that the full-scale cultivation of Satsuma mandarin in the Nansei area of Mie Prefecture began with Toshichi Yamamoto, Ichitaro Katsura, Shigebei Nakanishi of Kirihara, and Tomekichi Higashi of Funakoshi in Gokashoura, Minamiise Town, Watarai District.
Today, Minatomachi, Arida City is a shipping site that was used for about 300 years from 1624-1645 to the opening of the Kisei Line to Minoshima in 1924. It seems that the mandarin oranges of the Arida whole district were collected here down the Arida River and transported to consumption areas centered on Edo. The “Arida Mikan System, which laid the foundation for mandarin orange cultivation,” which was submitted to the Kinki Regional Agricultural Administration Bureau of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries on July 22, 2020, has been certified as a Japanese agricultural heritage. Through system conservation and succession activities based on the Agricultural Heritage Conservation Plan, it seems that they will work on regional development that makes use of the certification.