Innovative Globalization of Kyoto’s Heritage Industries program
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The Kakushin Juku Innovative Globalization of Kyoto’s Heritage Industries program A project supported by the OMRON Foundation
Introduction
Yuzo Murayama
The Kakushin Juku
Doshisha Business School (DBS) is offering a class titled the Innovative Globalization of Kyoto’s Heritage Industries,”Kakushin Juku”from April 2007. The program offers business education for young managers employed in traditional industries to enable them to create cultural industries from these heritage industries of historic Kyoto, with the objectives of offering hints for new styles of living and making a global impact through overseas expansion.

Yuzo Murayama
Doshisha Business School


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Author and head of the Innovative Globalization of Kyoto's Heritage Industries Program (The Kakushinjuku). Yuzo Murayama has published his new book 『伝統産業から文化ビジネスへ:「伝統産業グローバル革新塾」の5年間』(Heritage Industries to Cultural Businesses: Activities of Innovative Globalization of Kyoto's Heritage Industries program in 2007-2012).
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