The summer campaign 2018 of 62 days was finished with 415 researchers in 29 projects. At 10:53, August 31, 2018, following the cut of the commercial electricity, MFRS buildings were closed and evacuated. During Sept. 11 to July 1 of 2019, automated instruments with batteries will be operated without manpower.
The details of the results of this campaign will soon appear in the pages of quick reports of thie home page as well as research presentations at various scientific meetings of each researchers.
Safety Guidelines for the users of MFRS, "Do's and Don'ts" when you climb up Mt. Fuji and use the station, has been posted.
The guideline can be downloaded from here.
On July 1, MFRS has opened for the first time since its had been closed for unmanned operation during winter season on August 31, 2017.
During the Campaign at MFRS this summer, more than 31 projects are expected to participate.
The schedule can be downloaded from here.
At MFRS, 14 research projects, 7 education and other projects were decided with 3 tial research projects and one student project, will start from July 1, 2018. The titles with English proposals are shown in the page of 'Research' in this home page.
The activity of MFRS was featured by the title of "Research at the top of Mount FUji by Takashi Sasaki" in the online magazine Highlighting JAPAN, published once a month by Cabinet Office, Government of Japan,