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Collaborative project on regional revitalization with Iwate Prefecture Kamaishi City

Under a collaboration between Iwate Prefecture Kamaishi City and the Keio Research Institute at SFC, Professor Masatoshi Tamamura of the Faculty of Policy Management and his research group are jointly promoting programs for researchers involved in regional revitalization with the aim of carrying out research and educational activities on regional revitalization and development using the local resources of Kamaishi City, and developing human resources that will be responsible for regional revitalization. In FY2022,we exchanged opinions and recruited researchers for regional development.

Applicable regions

Iwate Prefecture Kamaishi City

Implementation period

August 21, 2017 - present

Community and Regional Affairs category

  • Regional collaboration as research targets and implementation sites/research that aims to popularize region-specific issues
  • Social collaboration through advanced research
  • Education of students/human resource development for the next generation
  • Two-way recycling-oriented collaboration with local communities and societies
  • Collaboration and cooperation with alumni and alumni associations

Related agreements, etc.

Collaboration and cooperation agreement on regional revitalization between Kamaishi City and Keio University



Person in charge

Faculty of Policy Management Professor Masatoshi Tamamura