Saki Yamada, Tomoki Kato, Tomio Sakaue and Ayako Ota win a 2021 Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture Award for Business Management.
Ueyakato Landscape’s Director of Heritage and Garden Artistry Saki Yamada, Representative Director and President Tomoki Kato, our Garden Division’s Tomio Sakaue and Designated Management Division’s Ayako Ota won a 2021 Japanese Institute of Landscape Architecture Award (Business Management) for “A New System of Administration and Operations Management for Cultural Property Gardens: Magnification of the Garden's Intrinsic Value (MoGIVa) at Murin-an.”
On May 22, 2021, an awards ceremony was held at the Japanese Institute for Landscape Architecture’s National Conference, where a presentation by the awardees was given. For this year’s conference, which was held online to prevent the spread of COVID-19, we made a video presentation featuring several appearances by Murin-an’s staff.
We intend to continue communicating the value of cultural properties through our operations management and striving for garden usage programs that contribute even more to the preservation of cultural property gardens.
▼Our article, “Results Achieved from Linking Murin-an Garden's Essential Value as a Cultural Property to its Customer Management,” Landscape Research Japan, Vol. 84 (Special Issue), Technical Reports of Landscape Architecture, can be read in Japanese here. https://ueyakato.jp/pdf/garden-research/202103_murinan.pdf