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Imię i stanowisko O pracownikach Ulubione geostanowisko
Kazuhiro Nobe
Office Head
I am originally from Dōgo Island.
However, having left Oki at High School I grew up without much knowledge of my home. Today, I work to help raise future generations who love and are proud of the Oki Islands, and want to share this with others.
Chichi-sugi Japanese Cedar and Dangyō-no-taki Waterfalls (Dōgo Island).
Tatsuki Osada
Planning Staff
I am originally from Okinoshima Town. This is my 3rd year working at the geopark. I want to work hard everyday so that more people from Oki and other regions can get to know about the wonder of the Oki Islands. Shirashima Coast, Dangyō-no-taki Waterfalls, Rōsoku-jima (Candle Rock) (Dōgo Island)
Hiroki Maruta
Planning Staff
In 2018, I came to the Geopark from the Okinoshima Town Tourism Section as a member of the Community-Reactivating Cooperator Squad. This is my 3rd year in the Oki Islands Geopark. I am originally from Chiba Prefecture and studied geography in university. What I really love about the Oki Islands are the unusual geological and topographical features that you can see here. Chichi-sugi Japanese Cedar (Dōgo Island), Dōzen Caldera seen from Mt. Akahage (Chiburijima Island)
Ryosuke Ikenaga
I am originally from Kyoto Prefecture, and my specialty is in organic geochemistry. During university, I visited the Oki Islands and was impressed by the splendid nature; that experience made me want to live and work here. I want to help spread the appeal of the Oki Islands from the viewpoint of someone from outside the islands. Sekiheki (Red Cliff, Chiburijima Island), Dangyō-no-taki Waterfalls (Dōgo Island)
Jagoda Woloszyn
Coordinator of International Relations
I started to work at the geopark in 2016. I am interested in history and culture, and would like to learn more about the unique festivals, geology, and culture that you can see in the Oki Islands. Nagu-saki Cape (Dōgo Island), Onimai Lookout (Nishinoshima Island), Shimazushima Island (Chiburijima Island)
Katrina Killinger
Coordinator of International Relations
I came to Oki from the United States in 2019. Oki is my first encounter with geoparks, and it has captivated me with its beauty since day one. I look forward to learning as much as I can about both the land and the people that live here. Fukuura Tunnels, Jōdogaura Coast, Oku-tsudo Coast (Dōgo Island)

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