Wind Power Kamisu Offshore Wind Farm (Wind Power Group Co., Ltd.: Future of Japan, For the future of the global environment. The people who work at this company stand at the forefront of “wind” here in Ibaraki and continue to challenge infinite possibilities) is Japan’s first offshore wind power generation facility. Seven wind turbines with an output of 2,000 kilowatts (2,000,000 watts) are installed on the sea, about 50 meters from the coastline, for about 2 kilometers. According to “Wind Power Ibaraki”, which manages the facility, the seven units can supply electricity for about 7,000 households. Compared to land, there are fewer wind changes on the sea, making it easier to operate, and it is said that environmental destruction and noise pollution caused by construction can be reduced. It has been in full operation since the end of June 2010. The phenomenon of coastal bottom sediment movement due to waves and currents (sand drift) is a factor that causes changes in coastal topography and the burial of harbors. The Hasaki Marine Research Facility has Japan’s largest observation pier with a total length of 427 m, making it possible to conduct observations within the wave breaker zone even in stormy weather, which was previously difficult. Through daily observations, this facility seems to be working to elucidate the physical mechanisms of waves, flows, and sediment transport within the wave-breaking zone, as well as to develop technologies to deal with various problems related to sediment transport. In addition, we are also conducting surveys on marine biological dynamics, coastal vegetation environment, seawater purification and nutrient supply functions of sandy beaches, problems of flying sand and splashes, thermal environment of beaches, etc. and has made a great contribution to the region (locally produced and consumed electricity) and Japanese industry (Wind Power Group and its corporate group (WP Group) are sending out from Japan the “Japanese model Aiming for “offshore wind power generation”, it is a new company that develops all-around wind power plants from onshore wind power to offshore wind power and is evolving day by day. All the wind power plants it handles are adjacent to the Tokyo metropolitan area and are the center of Japan’s energy bear).
益田山 : 相応院 : Jinzenji-Temple（Saint Teiyu ; CHIZAN School of Shingon Sect）-Emperor Goreizei was erected in 1056 : Hasaki’s Large Machilus thunbergii（Prefecture Natural Monument）. Karuno Village and Ikisu Village merged. Kamisu Village was born in 1955. “KAMISU city, Ibaraki Prefecture”, August 1, 2005, Kamisu Town and Hasaki Town merged. It will be born as a city with a population of over ninety thousand. The city flowers are Sarcandra glabra, the trees are Sciadopitys verticillata, and the birds are Horornis diphone. It is located in the Kashima area in the southeastern part of Ibaraki prefecture. Kashimanada, the dashing Pacific Ocean in the east. To the west is Katori City and Tonosho Town in Chiba Prefecture via the Tone River. It borders Kashima City in the north and Choshi City in Chiba Prefecture in the south. Sources from Kasumigaura and Kitaura : It is located in a flat lowland sandwiched between the Hitachi Tone River and the Tone River and Kashimanada. The east and west are gently sloping against the backdrop of Route 124, which runs north and south. The Kashima port and Kashima Seaside Industrial Zone have been developed from the north to the east. It plays an important role as a wide-area supply base for steel and petroleum products. It is also located within 100 km from Tokyo. Time distance is shortened by using Higashi-Kanto Expressway. In addition, it is close to Narita-New Tokyo International Airport ; New Tokyo International Airport and is about 30 km away. The climate is oceanic, with little rainfall and little temperature difference throughout the four seasons. Impression that it is easy to live in a relatively warm place. The terrain consists of flat land, alluvial lowlands and sandy soil. Japan’s four largest dunes : Kashima sand dunes were scattered at an altitude of about 30 m. Once counted as one, it is isolated. The city’s terrain has completely changed as it disappeared with the creation of the Kashima Seaside Industrial Zone. The littoral industrial area extends to the east and the agricultural area extends to the west. The area of the city area is about 146.97 km2. Public organizations such as the city hall are concentrated in the Mizoguchi District, which borders National Route 124. Onohara and Shitte District are the core of commerce. Kamisu City International Friendship Association(KIFA) : Fostering citizen’s feelings for the wider world and enhancing international mutual understanding : Implement these various support projects, etc., Established for the purpose of contributing to internationalization and International goodwill. Cultural exchange, language, homestay, public relations ; The association has four committees as pillars.For foreigners : Holding class / Language course and international exchange events. Developing various businesses such as publishing public relations magazines（Ki-fa）. Hasaki Coastal dune plants park : Area 4.80 ha (width 151 M × depth 317 M) Opening date May 1992. Beginning of green pepper cultivation in Kamisu City : A variety called “California Wonder” from the United States was cultivated. It was used as a vegetable for the expeditionary forces around 1949, immediately after the end of the war. Facility maintenance such as vinyl house : From around 1965, a major production area was formed due to the improvement of production technology. Expanding awareness of Hasaki green peppers : ‘Dora-P’, Together with the characters of the distribution subcommittee, the subcommittee will work together to promote it nationwide. The well-drained, smooth sandy soil has strong characteristics for continuous cropping. Also, a warm climate is suitable throughout the year. A famous production area with a nationwide share rate of 25% and the largest acreage in Japan. In Hasaki, the greenhouse and three crops are replanted seasonally in spring and autumn. Ships green peppers to markets throughout the country, mainly in the Tokyo metropolitan area, throughout the year. Green pepper cultivation of Hasaki Blue（Green）Sales Subcommittee（Namegata-Shiosai Japan Agricultural Cooperatives）started in 1949. It has grown into a standing position that can be said to be a key production area that supports national consumption. In Hasaki, shipments peak from May to June every year during the peak season. Harvesting work and temperature control of the house during the day. At night, I spared no time to sleep, such as sorting and sorting fruits. Unification of quality by unification（Resource conservation and Labor reduction）; Now it takes fifteen minutes to complete all fruit selection, sorting and packaging. Now it is possible to reduce labor and time. It is incomparable to the time when shipping work was done manually. I heard that the representative varieties are Miogi and Kyosuzu. “Jumbo SHISHITO”, “F1 hybrid”, vigorous growth, many branches, and abundant early-maturing species. 1果’s long triangle with a length of 10 to 12 cm and a weight of 20 to 25 g. Crossing sweet pepper pistils with peppers and green pepper pollen ≒ The current fruit of pepper does not lose its pungency : Pollen parental traits on seed coat and pericarp ≒ Metaxenia phenomenon（Xenia : Pollen affects the traits of tissues such as endosperm and embryos that have a pollen-derived genome）. Even if sweet and spicy are planted next to each other and crossed, it will not be spicy. It is easy to become spicy due to high temperature, dryness, and moisture stress. Because the parthenocarpy results in fewer seeds being produced in the fruit. “Agricultural General Center Kashima Area Specialty Product Guidance Office (Ikisu, Kamisu City)”, Southern Kashima Area（Kashima and Kamisu）: Facilities that utilize the characteristics of sandy soil, etc. Regarding vegetables and flowers : Local specialty vegetables such as peppers : Local specialty flowers such as Senryo（Sarcandra glabra（Thunb.）Nakai）and Wakamatsu（Cupressaceae Juniper genus）. Merged on February 1, 2019. The jurisdiction is located in the southeastern part of the prefecture, and is sandwiched between Lake Kasumigaura, Kitaura, and Kashima Nada, and has a peninsula-like topography. On the Namegata Plateau and Kashima Plateau, the fertile upland farming areas are called ‘Suigo’, and the shores of both lakes are covered with paddy fields. Namegata City was born on September 2, 2005, when the towns of Aso, Kitaura, and Tamatsukuri merged. The reading of the city name, “namegata (whereabouts),” was solicited from citizens. It was selected for reasons such as the fact that it has a weight of tradition such as “namegata (whereabouts) is read according to the current name of the county”. Namegata is said to have originated from Yamato Takeru no Mikoto, who used the name namegata to describe the intricate appearance of the waterfront and plateau of Namegata City. “Nameri-Mikoto” is a mascot character that was created in March 2013 through a nationwide public offering. The name ‘Mikoto’ comes from the tradition of ‘Yamato Takeru no Mikoto’.
The pulp is soft and has a unique flavor of chili pepper, but it is also called sweet chili pepper and is not spicy. Originally, the original species is Central and South America, and it is said that it was transmitted from South America to Europe in the 15th century, and then spread all over the world. It is said that a sweet variety with less pungency was born in Europe in the 16th century, and was introduced to Japan in the Meiji period, but it did not become popular until after World War II, when there was a food crisis.
While Kamisu has a thriving agriculture industry, it also has Kashima Port as a new logistics base for the world. In 1960, a plan was drawn up to create the Kashima Rinkai Industrial Zone centered on a sunken port in the southern part of the Kashima coast, located within 80 km of Tokyo. Kashima Port, one of the world’s leading man-made excavated ports, is located in the center of the Kashima Coastal Industrial Zone, which is one of Japan’s leading industrial production bases, and plays an important role as a marine transportation base for raw materials and products. seems to be In addition, we continue to pursue the path of “agriculture”, which has a strong bond with our predecessors, and “modernization”, which makes life more convenient, and give shape to people’s wishes.
In Kamisu City, as a certified farmer system, the content of the farm management improvement plan (agricultural management goals after 5 years) created by the person who runs or intends to run a farm is based on the basic concept formulated by the city. There is a system to certify the plan and provide support to realize the certified plan when it is deemed appropriate. In addition, it seems that farmers who have been certified by the farm management improvement plan are called “certified farmers”. There are several supportive measures for certified farmers. Support for agglomeration of agricultural land use, tax exemptions, financial considerations, etc.