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Research and development on regional revitalization with Tottori Prefecture Daisen Town

Under a collaboration between Tottori Prefecture Daisen Town and the Keio Research Institute at SFC, Professor Masatoshi Tamamura of the Faculty of Policy Management and his research group are carrying out activities as Daisen Town regional revitalization advisors, and are conducting research and development on regional revitalization in Daisen Town. From AY 2019, a graduate student who lives and conducts research activities in Daisen Town has continuing enrolled and is working to "create a weekend resident model for forming relationships with future human resources in depopulated regions."

Applicable regions

Tottori Prefecture Daisen Town

Implementation period

November 24, 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
  • Advisory role for the authorities, etc.
  • Two-way recycling-oriented collaboration with local communities and societies
  • Environmental initiatives

Related agreements, etc.

Memorandum of understanding concerning collaboration and cooperation for research and development on regional revitalization of Daisen Town



Person in charge

Faculty of Policy Management Professor Masatoshi Tamamura