Tottori University landscape photography

"TORIRIN" is now available on LINE sticker!

I love Tottori.

LINE sticker of “TORIRIN”, the official mascot character of Tottori University was launched for sale on LINE creators market starting from 19 December 2016.

 Since many students have been asking for the “LINE sticker of TORIRIN”!! ‘TORIRIN LINE Sticker Project’ was launched in May 2016. Members of this project are Tottori University’s student PR staff members and the students who applied for this project. Project members got together during their lunch break for discussion and they exchanged their opinion in LINE group talk. In this manner, they had several rounds of discussion about what kind of stickers they wanted. Moreover, out of total 40 types, design images of about half of the stickers were prepared by the students, and on the basis of that, the creative designer of “TORIRIN” created the design of the picture for sticker.

 This resulted in cute stickers expressing emotions and feelings such as stickers that anyone can easily use in their daily life and stickers that are special to students.

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Ambassador of Jamaica in Japan pays courtesy call to the President of Tottori University

Left: President Teshima       Right: H.E. Allicock

 On 9 November 2016, His Excellency Clement Philip Ricardo ALLICOCK, the Ambassador of Jamaica in Japan, paid a courtesy call to President Teshima, Tottori University.

 President Teshima touched on the fact that interaction between Jamaica and Tottori Prefecture is thriving and gave a greeting saying, "It is my hope that the exchange between Tottori University and Jamaica will deepen and result in the conclusion of an academic exchange agreement." Ambassador Allicock responded, "Jamaica also has one of the campuses of the University of the West Indies, which extends to 17 countries and regions of the West Indies. It is my hope that we can have academic exchanges with Tottori University in the future."

 This marks the sixth visit by Ambassador Allicock to Tottori; following a meeting with President Teshima, he gave the 11th Summit Lecture entitled "Let’s get to know Developing and Emerging Nations!"

Commemorative Photo