西日本の大学生は必見! 地元をどっぷり体験できる「ご当地カレッジ」が話題


最近の若者は旅行離れな傾向にあるとも言われているが、そんな中、昨年に引き続き今年も開かれる「鹿児島カレッジ」、今夏初めて実施される「北陸カレッジ(石川)」が話題だ。


これは、関西・中国エリアの大学生が、石川(北陸)や鹿児島の複数エリアで地元の大学生とともに、芸術、農業、食、伝統工芸など様々な体験実習を行い、体験した内容をもとに若者目線での旅行プランを企画する、というもの。

とにかく単なる旅行じゃなく、地元の人たちと交流し、地元の良さを体験しながら実感できるのが一番の魅力。往復が鉄道ということもあり、道中の景色をみながらゆったりした旅気分を味わえる趣向となっている。

また現地の魅力をFacebookで情報発信。これを通じ、昨年も参加者のみならず多くの人たちが、列車で行く鹿児島への旅の素晴らしさを疑似体験したようだ。

参加大学生による旅行プランの企画提案については、おもしろい企画についてはJR西日本「JRおでかけネット」にて紹介される予定。

体験スケジュールは、

「北陸カレッジ(石川)」:平成25年8月26日(月)~8月29日(木)
「鹿児島カレッジ」:平成25年9月9日(月)~9月12日(木)

となっている。

詳細は下記サイトにて掲載。

【参照リンク】
・「北陸カレッジ(石川)」「鹿児島カレッジ」公式サイト
http://www.jr-odekake.net/navi/college/

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IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 22:  Orange throwers during the 'Orange Battle' on February 22, 2009 in Ivrea, Italy. During the 'Orange Battle' 3600 quintals of oranges are used to fight between team on carts versus team of orange throwers on foot. The battle commemorate a popular rebellion against the tyrant in 1266, February 22, 2009 in Ivrea, Italy.

IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 26:  Oranges are seen on the ground during the 'Orange Battle'  in Ivrea, Italy. During the 'Orange Battle' 3600 quintals of oranges are used to fight between teams on carts and teams of orange throwers on foot. The battle commemorates a popular rebellion against the tyreant in 1266.> on February 26, 2006 in Ivrea, Italy.

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IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 26:  Teams throw oranges at each other during the battle of oranges in Ivrea, Italy. The battle commemorates a popular rebellion against a tyrant in 1266 when feudal Lords would hand out food to the poor who reputedly threw it back as a gesture of disrespect. The carnival's famous orange battles originate from the town's medieval heritage, when feudal Lords would hand out food to the poor who reputedly threw it back as a gesture of disrespect. The battle of oranges is the most spectacular event of the festivities representing the fight for freedom, the symbol of the Ivrea Carnival on February 26, 2006 in Ivrea, Italy.

IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 26:  Teams throw oranges at each other during the battle of oranges in Ivrea, Italy. The battle commemorates a popular rebellion against a tyrant in 1266 when feudal Lords would hand out food to the poor who reputedly threw it back as a gesture of disrespect. The carnival's famous orange battles originate from the town's medieval heritage, when feudal Lords would hand out food to the poor who reputedly threw it back as a gesture of disrespect. The battle of oranges is the most spectacular event of the festivities representing the fight for freedom, the symbol of the Ivrea Carnival. on February 26, 2006 in Ivrea, Italy.

IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 26. A team of the orange throwers on foot battle against those above in a carriage during the carnival on February 26, 2006 in Ivrea, Italy. The carnival?s famous orange battles originate from the town's medieval heritage, when feudal Lords would hand out food to the poor who reputedly threw it back as a gesture of disrespect. The battle of oranges is the most spectacular event of the festivities representing the fight for freedom, the symbol of the Ivrea Carnival.

IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 26. A team of the orange throwers on foot battle against those above in a carriage during the carnival on February 26, 2006 in Ivrea, Italy. The carnival?s famous orange battles originate from the town's medieval heritage, when feudal Lords would hand out food to the poor who reputedly threw it back as a gesture of disrespect. The battle of oranges is the most spectacular event of the festivities representing the fight for freedom, the symbol of the Ivrea Carnival.

IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 26. A team of the orange throwers on foot battle against those above in a carriage during the carnival on February 26, 2006 in Ivrea, Italy. The carnival?s famous orange battles originate from the town's medieval heritage, when feudal Lords would hand out food to the poor who reputedly threw it back as a gesture of disrespect. The battle of oranges is the most spectacular event of the festivities representing the fight for freedom, the symbol of the Ivrea Carnival.

IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 26:  A team of orange throwers await the next team of carriages to arrive during the battle of oranges on February 26, 2006 in Ivrea, Italy. The carnival?s famous orange battles originate from the town's medieval heritage, when feudal Lords would hand out food to the poor who reputedly threw it back as a gesture of disrespect. The battle of oranges is the most spectacular event of the festivities representing the fight for freedom, the symbol of the Ivrea Carnival.

IVREA, ITALY - FEBRUARY 26. Teams of orange throwers get ready prior the battle of the oranges during the Carnival on February 26, 2006 in Ivrea, Italy. The carnival?s famous orange battles originate from the town's medieval heritage, when feudal Lords would hand out food to the poor who reputedly threw it back as a gesture of disrespect. The battle of oranges is the most spectacular event of the festivities representing the fight for freedom, the symbol of the Ivrea Carnival.

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SHENYANG, CHINA - MAY 7: A Siberian tiger  gives a roar at the Guaipo Tiger Center on May 7, 2009 in Shenyang of Liaoning Province, China. So far more than 30 Siberian tigers have been bred there. The wild Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) only distributed in northeast China, the far east area of Russia and the north Korea and its size of wild population is about 360 to 406 in the world. Several hundred captive populations of Siberian tigers are the main source to protect gene library of tiger and the source of recovering the wild populations.

HARBIN, CHINA - OCTOBER 26: A Siberian tiger cubs are seen at the Hengdaohezi Breeding Center for Felidae on October 26, 2007 in Harbin of Heilongjiang Province, China. The centere, established in 1986, is the world's biggest captive breeding base for Siberian tigers and more than 800 Siberian tigers have been raised there. The wild Siberian tiger (Panthera tigris altaica) only distributed in northeast China, the far east area of Russia and the North Korea. There are approximately 450 of the tigers in the world, around 20 of those are in China.

SAN FRANCISCO - FEBRUARY 21:  Tony, a Siberian Tiger, sits in a renovated big cat grotto at the San Francisco Zoo February 21, 2008 in San Francisco, California. The San Francisco Zoo reopened its big cat grottos for public viewing almost two months after a man was fatally mauled by a Siberian tiger that escaped from its enclosure on Christmas day. Renovations to the enclosures included an extension of the concrete moat to 16 feet, 4 inches from the bottom, installation of glazing and fencing barrier, and installation of a hot wire electric fence.

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