The group is basically devoted to the research with Radioactive Ion Beams (RIBs). RIBs are produced in nuclear reactions, such as the projectile fragmentation (PF) or the isotope separation on-line (ISOL). After the production, unstable nuclei of interest can be selected by electromagnetic separators. With RIBs, a broad new field on the nuclear chart can be opened and many new phenomena have been and will be explored, such as halo and clustering, new magic numbers, shell evolutions and so on (Fig.1). New technologies have also been developed along with the new physics. Over the years, the group has carried-out physics experiments at large-scale facilities world-wide, and has also developed the new detection technologies at the “Laboratory for subatomic particle detection” which is part of the SKLNPT.