Associate Professor Kyoko Yamane, Faculty of Applied Biological Sciences is awarded the "12th Tsuji Shizuo Food Culture Award"
Associate Professor Kyoko Yamane, the Faculty of Applied Biological Sciences received the "12th Tsuji Shizuo Food Culture Award" which was established by Tsuji Shizuo Food Culture Foundation.
This award goes to the works that have made remarkable achievements aiming for better "food" and built a new world, or activities of individuals and groups. Dr. Yamane's book "History of Wasabi (Horseradish)" published last year was highly recognized and it led to her winning this year.
On Monday, July 5, 2021, Dr. Yamane reported her awarding to President Hisataka Moriwaki in the Office of the President. She spoke about her next research goal on horseradish such as "why horseradish tastes hot," its origin and evolution, etc.
The president praised her great achievement and said, "They are indeed fascinating research results. I hope that the latest award-wining will further propel your research on horseradish."
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