The park includes the University of Hyogo’s Toyooka Geo & Kounotori Campus, home of the postgraduate Regional Resources Management Division. The research program centers on three academic fields: Earth sciences, ecology, and humanities and social sciences. While having different time scales, these fields share a regional history along a vertical axis. Henceforth, they will share a regional society along a spatial horizontal axis with relationships between the region’s nature, society, and culture in multiple layers organically. In other words, it will embark on high-level education related to man and nature. The Open Campus publicizes the education, research, and postgraduate curriculums. For details, see the research faculty website.