Himalayan Adventure Trust Japan
The Chronology of the Events
 
The following is the list of the activities and the chronology of events of Himalayan Adventure Trust of Japan.
 
Date Place Events
October 1990
January



 
Tokyo




 
Japan Himalayan Adventure Trust (Japan) HAT-J established Mrs. Junko Tabei with the help of leading mountaineering organisations and individuals of Japan established Himalayan Adventure Trust (Japan) HAT-J as an independent Chapter of HAT.
10-11 Nov 1991
 
Tokyo

 
An International symposium on Conservation of the Mountain Environment Over 2000 delegates and invitees from all over the world attended.
22-29 Aug 1992
Mt.Fuji and Tateyama,Japan.
 
Cross-Cultural Mountain Conservation Youth Project-1992
1-9 Sep 1993

 
Mt.Soraku and Seoul,Korea
Cross-Cultural Mountain Conservation Youth Project-1993
23-28 Aug 1994

Mt. Tomuraushi and Shintoku-Cho,Hokkaido, Japan.
Cross-Cultural Mountain Conservation Youth Project-1994
23-27 Jun 1995











 
Tokyo











 
Mt. Everest Womens summit 1995
HAT-J, as the main organiser, took part in this summit meeting which commemorated the 20th anniversary of the first climb of Mt. Everest by women.
The participants were Pan Duo (CHN), Bachendri Pal (IND), Lydia Brandey (NZL), Gui Sang (CHN), Santosh Yadav ((IND), Ji Hyun Ok (KOR), Kim Soon Joo (KOR), Rebecca Stephens (GBR), Ginette Harrison (GBR), Junko Tabei (JPN) and Elizabeth Hawley, as the guest speaker. After the meeting in Tokyo they climbed Mt. Fuji with the general participants.
20-27 Aug 1995
Mt.Changbai-shan and Beijing, China
Cross-Cultural Mountain Conservation Youth Project-1995
27 Dec 1996
 to4 Jan 1997
Annapurna and Kathmandu, Nepal
Cross-Cultural Mountain Conservation Youth Project-1996
20-27 Aug 1997










 
Oze and Ura-bandai Japan









 
Cross-Cultural Mountain Conservation Youth Project-1997(International Youth Forum in OZE)
With Mrs. Junko Tabei as the chairperson, and Sir, Edmund Hillary as the honorable guest, 89 youth delegates from India, Nepal, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Buhtan, Korea Mongolia and Japan attended together with another HAT-J participants. They did terekking and camping in Oze and Urabandai to clean up and organised International Youth Forum on the environmental conservation of mountains in Oze.They concluded an resolution called OZE APPEAL
22-29 Aug 1999
Ayubia N Park and Islamabad,Pakistan
Cross-Cultural Mountain Conservation Youth Project-1999
22-30 Aug 2000
E peak of Snow Mt. and Taipei. Taiwan
Cross-Cultural Mountain Conservation Youth Project-2000
 
24-29 Aug
2001
Matsumoto Kamikochi Mt.Kita-Hodaka Japan Cross-Cultural Mountain Conservation Youth Project-2001
26-30 Dec
2003
Hong Kong Cross-Cultural Mountain Conservation Youth Project-2003
25-29 Aug
2004
Kazakhstan Cross-Cultural Mountain Conservation Youth Project-2004
23-28 Aug
2005
Mt. Fuji and Tokyo Japan 55 youth delegates from India, Nepal, China, Buhtan, Pakistan, Kazakhstan, Hong Kong, Mongolia, Bangladiesh, Switzerland Japan and Taiwan attended together with another HAT-J participants. They trekkings Mt.Fuji , and organised an international symposium on the environmental conservation of mountains in Mt. Fuji
16-25 Aug
2006
Valley of Flower and Hemkyund Sahib India 30 youth delegates Pakistan, Japan and India . They climbed Valley of Flower(3500m), Hemkyund Sahib(4329m) , and organised an international symposium on the environmental conservation of India(ATOAI)