Student reporters and a grower of the squash Exchanging information about Fukushima Presenting their work at a symposium Student reporters learning his work

Asubito Fukushima, General Incorporated Association

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It all began in April 2012, in Minamisoma City, Fukushima, a year after the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami disaster. To offer hands-on learning for children to learn to think and act for themselves, we started the Minamisoma Solar Agripark. The reconstruction of Fukushima will take a long time. We believe that people with a strong sense of mission are needed to take on the challenge of reconstruction. In April 2013, with the completed Agripark as our platform we started offering hands-on learning programs in collaboration with the local elementary and middle schools. Next we expanded to an open school for elementary and middle school students on weekends, summer and winter vacations. In Ma... read more

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Rina Shiine
Rina Shiine
Organization Information
15 , Izumi-Maemuki, Haramachi-ku
Minamisoma, Fukushima Prefecture, 975-0023
Organization Information
15 , Izumi-Maemuki, Haramachi-ku
Minamisoma, Fukushima Prefecture, 975-0023

Project Reports

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Apr 19, 2019
Asubito Fukushima Youth - Spring 2019 ACT Report
As part of our efforts to inspire the younger generation in Fukushima, we did a variety of activities this spring to support the development of high school and university students.   1. Actions...
Jan 22, 2019
Asubito Fukushima Youth - Winter 2019 ACT Report
Asubito Fukushima Youth - Winter 2019 Activity Report: ‘Fukushima Taberu Tsushin’ Magazine   "Fukushima Taberu Tsushin" (Eating Fukushima) is a food-related magazine started by a high...
Oct 24, 2018
Asubito Fukushima Youth - Summer 2018 Activity Report:
“Odaka Manhole Cover Art Project” + Zero Gomission  As one idea that arose from the Asubito Fukushima Community intergenerational entrepreneurs' camp, a project incubator for high...
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