It’s the season where you can feel autumn.
Do you know “Koiku”?
Today I would like to talk about SDGs through aroma.
The other day, at Ushigome Daiichi Junior High School in Shinjuku Ward, I spoke to all the students, parents, and teachers about the importance of creating an environment with the theme of SDGs.
We had them think about the importance of plants while actually smelling the scent of rosewood, which is an endangered species and is also restricted by the Washington Convention. of,
We also received fresh saplings from Tokai University Aso Campus.
I planted it in the middle school courtyard, and it became a place to connect new life. It was a very precious time to be able to talk with junior high school students about the need to protect the earth one by one, starting with small things.
After that, I had an aroma treatment with a student who teaches aroma to the faculty and staff.
“The moment you enter the space, it smells good”
With that said, I hope that this time will help alleviate the fatigue of the teachers who are always pouring their energy into helping the students.
I received a message from Mr. Takino, the chief of the department, so I will share it.
“I had a wonderful time with my students in a relaxed atmosphere surrounded by the scent of rosewood and fresh lemongrass.
Many students were very interested in Mr. Aoyama’s talk about creating a rich environment.
We were able to expand our new ties with Kumamoto in our school courtyard.
Together with Aoyama-sensei, I would like to do what I can to create a rich environment. ”
A new aroma course will start at Nihon Pharmaceutical University. I am also in charge, so I am looking forward to seeing you all.
The deadline is approaching, so if you miss it, please contact me directly.