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Fukunuma Umino Square

Fukunuma Umino Square

The concept is "symbiosis". This is a project to establish an exchange base in the Arahama area of Sendai City, which was affected by the tsunami caused by the Great East Japan Earthquake. Based on the concept of an ``inclusive society'' where people of all generations and with or without disabilities can gather, we have created an ``open space'' where you can enjoy activities and events and learn about disaster prevention and mitigation. The site area is 1.3 hectares. The site consists of three areas: a cafe and co-working space, a farm, and an inclusive facility where children with disabilities can play. The clubhouse uses VR equipment jointly developed by a major telecommunications company and a local university to become a place for children to learn about disaster prevention, where they can learn about the Arahama area before and after the earthquake and how to respond in the event of a disaster. I am. The project is part of Sendai City's project to utilize the site of a disaster prevention collective relocation site, and is funded by a subsidy from the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism. Our company provided support for acquisition applications and completion reports. This time, we completed the clubhouse area as the first phase. Aiming to create facilities that take root in the community and grow together with them, parks and indoor facilities are planned to be developed in stages based on future projections in collaboration with local residents.

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Muroran City Environmental Science Museum

Muroran City Environmental Science Museum

As the successor to Hokkaido's first science museum, the Muroran City Youth Science Museum (opened in 1963), it has been newly built and opened with a new theme of ``environment.'' We aim to create displays that allow a wide range of generations, especially children, to become familiar with science on a daily basis and feel hope for the future of the earth and local communities. The environment corner introduces environmental innovation projects that make use of Muroran's individuality and strengths cultivated through manufacturing, as well as initiatives for a sustainable future. In particular, the main displays, ``Watching Morelani,'' is a virtual displays where you walk on satellite photos of Muroran spread out on the floor and explore manufacturing sites, renewable energy sites, and natural spots using an AR tablet. You can experience scenery that is normally difficult to see in person, such as 360-degree footage of factories and drone footage of natural scenery. The science experience corner is made up of equipment that allows you to experience the basics and principles of science. Some of the equipment in the old building has been remade and reinstalled, preserving the history of the facility and the memories of its citizens. displays incorporate elements of play, such as connecting the scattered devices with experiment counters to enhance the face-to-face communication space, and large play equipment with Muroran nature motifs.

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Roadside Station Kadena "Learning displays Room" Renewal

Roadside Station Kadena "Learning displays Room" Renewal

Roadside Station Kadena offers a panoramic view of Kadena Air Base, the largest US Air Force base in the Far East. This project is a renovation project of the "Learning displays Room" on the third floor of the building, which will be used as a "place of peace learning" for students on school trips and tourists, and as a "place of regional learning" for local people and children. I aimed to enrich it. displays begins with a prologue that tells us that Kadena is truly a "base town," with 82% of the town occupied by U.S. military bases, and begins with a prologue that tells us that Kadena is truly a "base town," with 82% of the town area occupied by U.S. military bases. While tracing Kadena Town's history with bases from the Battle of Okinawa, which marked the beginning of base formation, to the era of U.S. military rule when bases were increasingly expanded, to the post-return, where the burden of bases continued, and up to the present day, The structure is designed to ask, "Why are the bases here? Why don't the bases disappear?" With the keyword "There is a base in my town", interviews with people living in Kadena Town will be held as displays that unravels the existence of the base from the perspective of "me" and "my family" who have lived side by side with Kadena Air Base. We have introduced videos and manga explanations featuring ``me'' and ``my family.'' displays allow people to think about life in a base town while experiencing the noises and smells, and displays that allow visitors to place Kadena Air Base in their own town on a map to get a sense of its size. , we put some effort into it.

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