Two Italian researchers team came to the cave. We exchanged views on the research and survey content of both sides. We could confirm that Taya Cave is not stone but soil and that it is not colored is rare in the world.
After a tour of the Oya stone quarry, we visited Matsugamine Church, built with Oya stone in the city.We were able to confirm the weathering of the stones.
We inspected relief of Nikko Toshogu, and inspected topography deformation such as Lake Chuzenji, Kegon waterfall , Senjo-ga-hara. There were relief commentary by Professor Ogata (cultural property specialist) and commentary on topography deformation by Professor Hayakawa of Hokkaido University.
We did a tour of weathering and deterioration of stone Buddha and stone around Utsunomiya. Professor Oguchi of Saitama University commented on the deterioration and weathering of Otaniishi, and Professor Ogata (specialist in cultural properties) commented on cultural properties.
Visit the famous catacombs in the Italian underground space. A common cemetery located outside the ancient city. The wealthy people were given separate rooms, and the general public was buried in small side holes and floor holes. There was a small hole for children.
We were also guiding Pompeii. We learned the merits of stone culture with an incomparable history and story. The investigation is still ongoing. We were able to confirm various aspects with detailed guides by Researcher Cnr.
Tour of Naples underground city to approach from the private house of the building of the Naples city. This underground space has a few kilometers. According to the guide, Napoli's underground space has been used in different ways with changing periods. These underground spaces also played the role of bomb shelters during World War II.
It is a huge underground cultural property in the city of Naples. This is a space that has been changed for various functions. Here also it can be utilized in such as weddings. Meeting with an engineer who is creating a 3D model of this underground space.
Lecture of a laser scanning survey project in the cave of Posillipo. We learned that handmade scanners are also possible. Also held an internet meeting for other cultural property conservation projects.