Jenesys 2.0 (Japan-East Asia Network of Exchange for Students and Youth) is a student and youth exchange programs organized by the Japanese government. In general, this program is part of efforts to revitalize the Japanese economy and mepromosikan understanding of the values of the Japanese to the students and the youth of the Asia / Osania. In 2015, Indonesia sent a delegation as many as 23 students to participate in this program for 10 days ie on March 3 to 12, 2015. Unlike previous years, this year the theme Jenesys 2.0 has a special theme for Indonesia is “FISHERIES and OCEANOGRAPHY” , It is based on the consideration that Japan and Indonesia have the same potential in the areas of fisheries and marine.
Ida Nurokhmah, students of the Department of Water Resource Management (MSP) IPB opportunity to become one of the IPB delegation to leave for Japan along with other University (Universitas Diponegoro, Universitas Brawijaya, University of Hasanuddin, Sam Ratulangi University and the University of Pattimura). During the activity, the entire delegation learned about fisheries and marine as well as in Japanese culture. This event was held in the city of Tokyo and Miyagi.
On the first day, the delegation of Indonesia to learn about the “Oceanic Environment” in Yokohama Hakkei Island. This place is a small island that is used as a tourist area and has a very clean sea. The next day there was a visit to the Tokyo University of Marine and Science Technology. On this visit the delegation of Indonesia derives Public Lecture of Prof. Takafumi ARIMOTO on “Introduction of the collaboration activities between Indonesia and Japan” and previously welcomed by Mr. Tomoji Takamasa, Vice President of TUMSAT. The event then continued with a discussion session with students TUMSAT on any activities that could be collaborated between Indonesia and Japan. On the same day, after visiting Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology delegation invited to visit the premises Kindai University to see the success of bluefin tuna farming activities (Bluefin Tuna) is done in a bay.
In addition to the City of Tokyo, there is one city that is not less interesting. Delegates from Indonesia stayed for 4 days in the city of Miyagi (northern Japan), exactly in Kesennuma. Kesennuma is a city center that is highly advanced fishery. The city is hit by the tsunami four years ago. However, Kesennuma able to get up and go back into the center of the Japanese fisheries. While in Kesennuma, many things that can be studied include: processing of fish, port management, controlling fish market, quality assurance and quality of the fish and the spirit of community and cooperation to rebuild the city of Kesennuma. Before returning to the city of Tokyo, The Indonesian delegation had gained general lecture on “Fisheries Environment” in Mone Research Center.
Once this activity is completed, it is hoped all delegations who have gained knowledge and experience while in Japan can spread to other young men in Indonesia who have not had the opportunity to participate in this program.