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更新日:2017年10月19日

International Friendship City "Cuernavaca City"

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CUERNAVACA CITY

CONVENIO DEL VÍNCULO DE LAS CIUDADES INTERNACIONALES DE AMISTAD ENTRE CIUDAD DE CUERNAVACA Y CIUDAD DE MINOH

La ciudad de Cuernavaca del Estado de Morelos de los Estados Unidos Mexicanos y la ciudad de Minoh en Osaka, del país del Japćn, en base a los resultados de los intercambios logrados por ciudadanos de ambas localidades y con el deseo de profundizar el entendimiento mutuo entre los ciudadanos de ambas ciudades, así como el de realizar mayores intercambios de los ciudadanos en diversas areas de dichas ciudades, se comprometen a establecer "EL VÍNCULO COMO LAS CIUDADES INTERNACIONALES DE AMISTAD"

Haciendo votos por que este vículo sirva al mayor intercambio, entendimiento mutuo, relaciones de amistad y de esta forma contribuya a la paz internacional.

José Raul Hernández Ávila, Presidente Municipal de la ciudad de Cuernavaca

Isao Kajita, Presidente Municipal de la ciudad de Minoh

12 de Octubre de 2003

Relationship between Minoh City and Cuernavaca City

 

Minoh City has been supporting students from the State University of Morelos who study Japanese language and culture. Also, it promotes the friendship and mutual understanding through homestay programs and cultural exchanges since 1992.

Since 1992, students from the State University of Morelos have been stuying the Japanese language, and about 160 students have come to study the Japanese culture.

 

On one hand, the students who studied in Minoh City founded the "Minoh Club" (1993) in Cuernavaca City, where the State University of Morelos is. They act as intermediaries between Japan and Mexico and promote their friendship.

On the other hand, the citizens of Minoh founded a club called "Club de la Amistad de Minoh y Mexico (C.A.M.M.)"(2000), whose core are the host families in Minoh. The club aims to increase the awareness about South and Central America and promote the friendship with those countries. The club is also active in exchanges between cities of Cuernavaca and Minoh.

The International Friendship Cities Agreement was conducted on 12 October, 2003, to promote citizen exchanges, mutual understanding and to develop a good relationship between the cities.

 

The signing ceremony
(The signing ceremony of the International Friendship Cities Agreement)

Cuernavaca City (Ciudad de Cuernavaca) 

United Mexican States Cuernavaca City

 

Cuernavaca City (Ciudad de Cuernavaca), the capital of the State of Morelos has an elevation of 1,542 m above sea level, 244.7 km2 of surface area, an average temperature of 21 C° and a population of approximately 365,000 people.

Before the Spanish conquest (1521), the name of Cuernavaca was "Cuauhnahuac," which means "Place near or by the side of the groove" in Nahuatl. It is said that Cuauhnahuac was renamed "Cuernavaca", which means "horn or cattle" in Spanish, by the Spaniards who could not pronounce the original Nahuatl name.

cuernavaca cityCuernavaca city is located 70 km south from Mexico city and is just 1 and half hours by bus.
The city is filled with beautiful vegetation and many gardens filled with flowers and mansions with pools.

Cuernavaca, "The City of Eternal Spring," has been known as a resort where both Mexicans and foreigners go to breath the clean air, relax, and enjoy the incomparable climate.

It is also called "The City of Gorges", the geological processes that happened more than 40,000 years ago produced deeps gorges from the south to the north of the region.

palace of Cortes1 catedral2 San Anton Waterfall3

The Palace of Cortes (Palacio de Cortés: 1) was built in 1530 by Hernan Cortés, who conquered the Aztec Empire. The Palace now houses the Historical Museum of Cuernavaca.

The Cathedral of Cuernavaca (Catedral de Cuernavaca: 2) is one of the oldest cathedrals in Mexico. Its construction started in 1523 as a Franciscan monastery under Cortes supervision and was finished in 1529.

San Anton Waterfall (Salto de San Antón: 3) is about 40 m in height and people go to the waterfall to enjoy the cool breeze.

Cuernavaca also attracts tourists for its rich history, like the ancient ruins called "Xochicalco" which is said to be one of the cities of Mayan Empire, or the limestone cave called "Grutas de Cacahuamilpa."

Cuernavaca City Homepage( 外部サイトへリンク )

Autonomous State University of Morelos (Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Morelos)

The Autonomous State University of Morelos (U.A.E.M.) is located in Cuernavaca city, which is the capital of the State of Morelos.

The university started as a high school in 1869. In 1938 it was inaugurated as the "Higher Education Institute." In 1953, its system was reformed and became an University, accepting an increasing number of students. It has 7 colleges (Business Administration, Chemical Engineering, Biology, Medicine, Agriculture, Human Engineering), 2 Institutes, 13 attached high schools, centers that support these schools and research institutes.

There is also a Foreign Language Center and which offers courses to learn English, French, Italy, Japanese, etc., and there is also a Spanish learning program for foreigners.

All the facilities in the campus sum to 100 ha in area. There are more than 18,000 students in the university.

State University of Morelos Homepage( 外部サイトへリンク )

State of Morelos (Estado de Morelos)

The State of Morelos is located in the southern part of central Mexico. It has a surface area of 4,941 km2, an elevation of 800 to 5,400 m above sea level, and a population of approximately 931,000 people. The capital of the State of Morelos is Cuernavaca city. The climate ranges from moderatly mild to semitropical. The State has a year round temperature of approximately 25 C° with low humidity (under 1,000 mm rainfall throughout the year) and a rainy season from the end of May till September.

20 percent of the workers in the State of Morelos are involved in the primary industries (agriculture), 28 percent in the secondary industries (manufacturing industries), and 50 percent in the tertiary industries (services). 72 different types of crops are produced on the basins of two rivers, including sugar cane, cereals, vegetables, oil seeds, fruits and flowers. The poinsettia flower, which is originary from the State of Morelos, is the symbolic flower of Cuernavaca. Tourists to Morelos enjoy a great variety of attractions and Cuernavaca city is the center of the tourism. The state of Morelos is not far from Mexico city, for that reazon, recently the area has grown as a resort for the citizens of Mexico City.

On April 17th, 1869, a decree was issued which gave Morelos the status of State. Jose Maria Morelos participated actively in the War of Independence. The victorious commander would be honored by later generations, who would name the state in his honor.

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 10th Anniversary of the International Friendship City between Minoh and Cuernavaca

12th October, 2013 was the 10th anniversary day of the International Friendship City between Minoh and Cuernavaca, and the events below were held in both cities:

■19th September, 2013, 10th Anniversary Ceremony of the International Friendship City between Minoh and Cuernavaca, 10th Anniversary of the International Friendship City between Minoh and Cuernavaca: Fiesta de Mexico

7 delegation members including Cuernavaca`s City Mayor, City Councillors, and Directors of the Academic Department and the Language Center of Morelos University visited Minoh to participate in the ceremony.

 

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10周年記念祝賀会310周年記念祝賀会4

 

 

■30th January, 2014, 10th Anniversary Ceremony of the International Friendship City between the Cities of Cuernavaca Minoh

A delegation of 19 citizens including Minoh City`s Mayor, Chairpersons of the Council, and the Superintendent of the Education Department visited Cuernavaca City to participate in the ceremony.

10周年記念式典110周年記念式典2

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 Exchange /histobetween Minoh and Mexico

Year Month Exchanges

1990

Oct.

Morelos State University (U.A.E.M.) asked to accept students studying Japanese

1992

Apr.

15 U.A.E.M. students of Japanese language visited Minoh

Aug.

1st Citizens Exchange : 13 citizens of Minoh visited Mexico

1993

Apr.

16 U.A.E.M. students of Japanese language visited Minoh

Jun.

U.A.E.M students majoring in Japanese made a club called "Minoh Club"

1994

Apr.

20 U.A.E.M. students of Japanese language visited Minoh

1995

Mar.

Japanese restaurant "Momiji" opened in Cuernavaca city

Apr.

15 U.A.E.M. students of Japanese language visited Minoh

Aug.

2nd Citizens Exchange : 14 citizens of Minoh visited Mexico

1996

Apr.

16 U.A.E.M. students of Japanese language visited Minoh

Chancellor of U.A.E.M. visited Minoh

5th Anniversary of Exchanges : Fiesta de Mexico (Maple Hall in Minoh)

1997

Apr.

15 U.A.E.M. students of Japanese language visited Minoh

1998

Apr.

16 U.A.E.M. students of Japanese language visited Minoh

1999

Aug.

3rd Citizens Exchange : 6 citizens of Minoh visited Mexico

2000

Sep.

4 U.A.E.M. students of Japanese language visited Minoh

2001

Sep.

3 U.A.E.M. students of Japanese language visited Minoh

2002

Sep.

5 U.A.E.M. students of Japanese language visited Minoh

The Mayor of Cuernavaca City, the Chancellor of the U.A.E.M. and the Director of Foreign Language Center of U.A.E.M. visited Minoh

10th Anniversary of Exchanges : Fiesta de Mexico (Maple Hall in Minoh)

2003

Feb.

Sep.

Oct.

4th Citizens Exchange : 15 citizens of Minoh visited Cuernavaca City

6 U.A.E.M. students of Japanese language visited Minoh

The Mayor of Cuernavaca City visited Minoh

International Friendship Cities Agreement was conducted between Cuernavaca City and Minoh City

2004

Feb.

Sep.

5th Citizens Exchange:21 citizens of Minoh Visited Minoh

4 U.A.E.M. students of Japanese language visited Minoh

2005

Sep.

4 students of Japanese Language in Cuernavaca City visited Minoh

2006

Sep.

Oct.

4 students of Japanese Language in Cuernavaca City visited Minoh

32 Cuernavaca citizens visited Minoh

2007

Sep.

Nov.

4 students of Japanese Language in Cuernavaca City visited Minoh

36 Cuernavaca citizens visited Minoh

2008

Sep.

Nov.

4 students of Japanese Language in Cuernavaca City visited Minoh

36 Cuernavaca citizens visited Minoh

2009

Sep.

Nov.

4 students of Japanese Language in Cuernavaca City visited Minoh

19 Cuernavaca citizens visted Minoh

2010 Sep. 4 students of Japanese Language in Cuernavaca City visited Minoh
2011 Sep. 4 students of Japanese Language in Cuernavaca City visited Minoh
2012 Sep. 4 students of Japanese Language in Cuernavaca City visited Minoh
Directors of the Academic Department and International Cooperatoin Department of the U.A.E.M. visited Minoh
Celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Studying Japanese Program of Students from U.A.E.M. in Minoh

20th Anniversary of Exchanges: Fiesta de Mexico

2013 Sep. 4 students of Japanese Language in Cuernavaca City visited Minoh

The Mayor of Cuernavaca, the President of the System of Family Development Conference in Cuernavaca, 

3 members of the Cuernavaca Council, 2 Directors of the Academic Department and Language Center, 

and the Cultural Affairs Officer from the Embassy of Mexico visited Minoh.

Celebration of the 10th Anniversary of the International Friendship City between Minoh and Cuernavaca
10th Anniversary of the International Friendship City between Minoh and Cuernavaca: Fiesta de Mexico
 2014 Jan. Citizens Exchange for the 10th Anniversary of the International Friendship City between Minoh and Cuernavaca: 18 citizens visited Cuernavaca City.(Mayor, Chairperson of Minoh City Council, Superintendent of Education)
Sep. 4 students of Japanese Language in Cuernavaca City visited Minoh
The Chancellor of  the U.A.E.M. and his wife, the Director of General Education, the Director of Language Department, and the Cultural Affairs Officer from the Embassy of Mexico visted Minoh.
Nov. 16 Cuernavaca citizens visted Minoh.
2015 Sep. 4 students of Japanese Language in Cuernavaca City visited Minoh.
The Director of the Academic Development of the U.A.E.M. visited Minoh.
2016 Sep. 4 students of Japanese Language in Cuernavaca City visited Minoh.
2017 Sep. 4 students of Japanese Language in Cuernavaca City visited Minoh
The Manager of Tourism Economics of Cuernavaca City visited Minoh.
Celebration of the 25th Anniversary of the Studying Japanese Program of Students from U.A.E.M. in Minoh

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