Established an off-campus research base "Wellbeing Living Lab," in the Oyamadai District. Realizing a platform to innovate daily life and social systems through collaboration with the community.
In order to fundamentally change the structure of Japan’s social system, it will be essential to establish new innovation methods. In this research, we aim to develop a management method for social system creation that promotes personal wellbeing using information technology. To accomplish this, we set up our “Wellbeing Living Lab” in the Oyamadai District of Tokyo’s Setagaya-Ward. This lab is designed to provide an experimental base for social technology developments that fuse cutting-edge technologies with visions for a sustainable next-generation lifestyle through collaboration with the local community. More specifically, we will promote design projects that tackle various regional issues together with people from various sectors. Through these initiatives, we will create an advanced ecosystem for local communities and build an innovation base that results in a new social system and civic culture to support the "super-aging- information society" of 2050.
Ph.D. (Media and Governance）
Community Management and Design, Participate Design
Urban Planning, Area Management
Waseda Univ, Associate Prof.
Ph.D. (Interdisciplinary Information Studies)
Osaka University of Arts. Prof.
Ph.D (Information Science and Engineering)
Telecommunications, Human Informatical Engineering