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  The Nojigikukai organized the 37th Annual Anniversary and General Meeting 2011.

The Nojigikukai organized the 37th Annual Anniversary and General Meeting 2011 on 22nd October 2011, held at Kenmin Hall (the 9th floor) in Kenmin Kaikan. About 250 people including members of Nojigikukai, bereaved families, medical school faculty members and student volunteers attended the meeting.

After the silent prayer to 59 deceased volunteers whose bodies were gifted for the anatomical course in the medical school, Mr. Masao Matsumoto, the General Director of Nojigikukai, gave an opening address at the Meeting. Prof. Akinori Miki, Dean of Kobe University Graduate School of Health Sciences, and Mr. Tatsuya Nonomura, a student representative, gave an address of gratitude for the Nojigikukai. Dr. Chikako Nishigori, Prof. of Dermatology, delivered a lecture on effect of ultraviolet ray on the skin, its merits and demerits. After the interesting lecture, the attendants enjoyed the choruses played by Apollon, a mixed chorus club of men and women consisting of Kobe University students, and the meeting broke up at around 3:30 pm.

The Nojigiku-kai (Nojigiku = Chrysanthemum japonense, a prefectural flower of Hyogo; kai = association) is the association of volunteers who devote their bodies to Kobe University School of Medicine for the anatomical education. Since the Founding of the Nojigikukai in May 1975, the Nojigikukai has 5720 members on March 31, 2011, and the bodies of 1984 deceased members have been gifted to Kobe University School of Medicine.


Prof. A. Miki, Dean of Kobe University Graduate School of Medical Sciences thanks for the diseased volunteers and their bereaved families for the anatomical dissection.

The members of Apollon, a mixed chorus club of men and women consisting of Kobe University students, sing a beautiful Japanese song, "My Home Town".
 
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