Department of International Agricultural Development
International Development Cooperation to Man/Agriculture/Environment.
This department mainly focuses on the developing nations in the tropics and conducts researches on the agricultural and rural development to conserve the environment and produce necessary food as well as contribute to poverty mitigation and improvement of livelihood living levels of local residents. Specifically, we conduct interdisciplinary researches with a wide vision integrating natural and social scientific approaches, including development and promotion of farming technology with awareness to environmental conservation and theories on social and economic development that enable sustainable agricultural development. The products achieved in these researches are being applied to the agricultural and rural development through international collaboration.
All education can be given in English.
Laboratories of Dept. of International Agricultural Development
See the undergraduate page for details of laboratories.
Faculty of International Agriculture and Food Studies (Setagaya Campus)
Graduate School Advisory Faculty
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ADATI Tarô, Professor
Integrated Pest Management
IRIE Kenji, Professor
Genetic diversity of tropical crops
KOSHIO Kaihei, Professor
Chemical Control of Tropical Horticultural Crops
SHIWACHI Hironobu, Professor
Study on Morphology and Physiology in Tropical Crops
SUGIHARA Tamae, Professor
Rural Development and Traditional Customs
TAKANE Tsutomu, Professor
Agricultural and Rural Development in Africa
NAKANISHI Yasuhiro, Professor
Nutrients Dynamic and Impact in Tropical Environment
NATSUAKI Keiko T., Professor
Identification and Diversity Analysis of Plant Pathogens
MOTOHASHI Keiichi, Professor
Taxonomy, identification and phylogeny of fungal plant pathogen
YAMADA Ryuichi, Professor
Problem identification of farm management in poor rural areas of Asia
TANAKA Nobuyuki, Professor
Rehabilitation of degraded lands in tropics, restoration of natural forest ecosystems, and climate change impact on vegetation
ITAGAKI Keishiro, Professor
Agricultural and Rural Development in Asia