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Collaborative project on regional revitalization with Jinsekikogen Town (Hiroshima Prefecture)

Jinsekikogen Town (Hiroshima Prefecture) and SFC concluded an agreement in 2017, and under this collaboration, Professor Masatoshi Tamamura of the Faculty of Policy Management and his research group are carrying out research and development on regional revitalization in Jinsekikogen Town. Until AY 2018, a graduate student who carried out research activities while living in Jinsekikogen Town worked on the "design and implementation of a community drone school at a public senior high school in a mountainous area." from AY 2019, researchers at the Keio Research Institute at SFC are continuing with their support activities to the region and are also conducting surveys and research activities with senior high school students. In AY 2019, graduate students who completed the program are continuing with support activities for the region as researchers of the Keio Research Institute at SFC by conducting and analyzing questionnaire surveys of senior high school students, etc.

Applicable regions

Hiroshima Prefecture Jinsekikogen Town

Implementation period

August 1, 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

Related agreements, etc.

Collaboration and cooperation agreement on regional revitalization between Jinsekikogen Town and Keio University



Person in charge

Faculty of Policy Management Professor Masatoshi Tamamura