Outline of the event

Gakumachi Collaboration (University Community Collaboration Creation and Support) Project

Meeting: Friday, April 24, 2009, 3:50 p.m. – 4:10 p.m. Application period: April 24 (Fri) – June 3 (Wed),
2009 First screening: Friday, June 12, 2009 *Document screening
Second screening: Saturday, June 20
, 2009 *Public presentation
Notification of results: Late
June, 2009 Ceremony: Wednesday, July 8, 2009, 16:00-17:00 *A certificate will be issued by Kyoto City for the selected projects.
Interim Report: Friday, October 30, 2009 (Submission of documents) Final Report: Friday, March 12, 2010 (for projects completed in February 2012, projects completed in March are set on a separate date) *Submission

of documents Report: Friday, April 16, 2010, 14:00~15:45

Selection Results

First screening (document screening)

Projects that passed the first round of screening: Standard Division: 15 projects, Challenge Division: 2 projects

Second screening (public presentation screening)

Date & Time: Saturday, June 20, 2009, 12:30-16:30 Campus Plaza Kyoto 2F
Hall Adoption (passed the second screening) 10
projects (Standard Division: 9 projects, Challenge Division: 1 project)

Support Projects
《Standard Division》
Project name
【Support amount】
Name of organization 【Name
of related university】
administrative district Overview of the business
LET's Ono GO↗ (Let's go to Onogo!)
【255,000 yen】
Onogo Project
【Bukkyo University】
Kita ward In the Onogo area of Kita-ku, where the birthrate is declining and longevity are progressing due to rapid depopulation, we will extract elements of regional revitalization through a survey of other family members, disseminate information to other areas using the Onogo map created by residents, hold workshops aimed at functionalizing the Onogo Regional Town Development Promotion Committee, and learn and foster awareness through advanced site inspections to promote resident autonomy and form a foundation.
Regional boast magazine "(tentative name) Books to enjoy Demachi"
[255,000 yen]
Club 【Doshisha University Graduate School】
Kamigyo Ward In order to make students who have difficulty in having contact with the community and tend to have problems with the community take an interest in the region, we will organize the charms of the area discovered through past activities, and interview and investigate the charm of the new area in cooperation with related organizations and students inside and outside the region. Based on the concept of "a regional book that connects young people and the community," we will disseminate a booklet that summarizes information on the attractiveness of the region and community activities from the student's perspective to young people living in the area, convey the charm of the region, and lead to the participation of young people in the community.
Chukyo "Ghost" Lore Survey and Re-Creation Project
[255,000 yen]
Seika Ghost Project
【Kyoto Seika University】
Nakagyo Ward Until before the period of high economic growth, we will investigate and recreate (revive) the actual situation of the "ghost" culture that wishes for disaster relief by dressing up as one of the setsubun events of ordinary households, which was enjoyed by citizens beyond the boundaries of men and women and ages, in Chukyo, where the townspeople's culture remains strong and there are many people who have experiences related to "ghosts".
Art project to make the entire vacant house feel like a town [255,000 yen] Art project
to make the entire vacant house feel like a town 【Kyoto University of Art and Design】
Higashiyama Ward "In order to exclude local anxiety and risk factors such as the collapse of local communities due to the increase in vacant houses, we will explore the possibility of solving problems with ideas (art) and the power of residents. We will construct an overall grand design that makes the entire vacant house feel like a town, and propose a vacant house development plan through fieldwork, workshops, etc. so that it will be a place for community safety, exchange, education, etc., and consider it as a local resident. The survey results and proposals will be compiled as deliverables, models will be produced, and displayed at the Higashiyama Ward Office and made widely available. "
140-year plan
for making memories [255,000 yen]
Ryukoku University Monzencho Comprehensive Survey Team
【Ryukoku University】
Shimogyo Ward The 140-year history of Ueyanagi Elementary School, which will be closed this year in Nishi Honganji Monzencho, and its school district will be visualized by holding old photographs provided by local residents, paintings drawn on Nishinotoin washi paper created by the children themselves, and an exhibition by danfan. In addition, photographs and paintings will be exhibited in the Ryukoku Museum, a museum to be built in the Ueyanagi School District, after consideration with local residents so that they will become a "spiritual base" even after the school closes.
Atago Kodo Kaido Lantern
[255,000 yen]
Kyoto Saga University of the Arts Takezoku Circle
【Kyoto Saga University of Arts】
Ukyo Ward Students, local residents, and local organizations will create a part of the 1,000 lanterns used in the Atago Kodo Kaido Lanterns, a festival created by the Sagano Hoshokai and Kyoto Saga University of Arts, in a workshop format, creating connections with people through manufacturing. In addition, as part of public relations activities, T-shirts designed by students are worn on the day of the festival and when making lanterns, contributing to the excitement of the festival.
Keihoku Children's Project
[255,000 yen]
Ritsumeikan University, Faculty
of Industrial Sociology "Keihoku Project"
【Ritsumeikan University】
Ukyo Ward With the aim of conveying the importance of food safety and traditional food culture to children through food education classes based on local production for local consumption, and pursuing a new way of ESD (Education for a Sustainable Society) using local natural and cultural resources as teaching materials, natto making, natto classes, workshops, etc. will be held in the Keihoku area, the birthplace of natto, with the aim of inheriting and developing the traditional food culture of the region.
Oeda 05 ~Nishiyama Art Book Project~
Oeda Art Project Executive Committee
【Kyoto City University of Arts】
Nishikyo-ku In order to rediscover the charm of the area in the Nishiyama area of Oeda and Oharano, where the scenery and local community have changed greatly due to the construction of the Kyoto Second Outer Ring Road, we will create a guidebook "Nishiyama Art Book" that rediscovers the charm of the area and conveys it to the inside and outside of Japan based on past activities with the keyword "green stop". The production process will also be positioned as an activity to build new relationships inside and outside the region, and the completed guidebook will not only enhance the tourism value of the region, but also function as a new communication tool inside and outside the region.
Exchange project
with the local community centered on Fushimi Sunagawa and Park [255,000 yen]
Ryukoku University, Fushimi Sunagawa Park Exploration Team
【Ryukoku University】
Fushimi In addition to creating a revised map with safety information for the park, students will participate in the annual summer festivals and Jizo Basin, which are held in the park but have become obsolete, as planning and management sides, to promote interaction between students and local residents, and to revitalize local events held in the park.
《Challenge Division》
Project name
【Support amount】
Name of organization 【Name
of related university】
administrative district Overview of the business
Aiming for
the trinity of community, fire department, and university [100,000 yen]
Kyoto Tachibana University Emergency Medical Care Study Group
【Kyoto Tachibana University
Yamashina With the aim of creating a safe and secure community, students in Kyoto will provide emergency guidance to local residents. When entering the community, we will cooperate not only with the local community but also with the fire department by borrowing the power of the fire department. In addition, we will provide courses tailored to the needs of participants, such as training on cardiopulmonary resuscitation in a short time, and effectively feed back the knowledge and skills that students have acquired at the university to the community.

Implementation Report

21 Public presentation (second screening)

This fiscal year, we received 23 applications, and in order to appeal to the selection committee members about the effects, characteristics, and enthusiasm of the projects, we held a second screening meeting (open presentation screening meeting) for 17 organizations that passed the primary (document screening) screening.


Heisei 21 Business certification ceremony

Of the 23 projects that applied this year, 10 were certified as eligible for support, and a certification ceremony was held at Kyoto City Hall on Wednesday, July 8, 2009. Mayor Kadokawa of Kyoto City presented certificates to the representatives of each project.


Heisei 21 Certified Business Report Meeting

《Report Session》
The 21st academic town collaboration certification business report meeting and the 22nd year business recruitment briefing session were held on Friday, April 16, 2010 at Campus Plaza Kyoto.
On the day of the event, many people including students and university officials, not only city officials, but also the general public attended, and activity reports were made by 10 organizations adopted in Heisei 21.
In the course of planning and operating various initiatives in the region, we have faced many issues, and the results of the project will be a great asset for both students and the community, and I believe that we can utilize them in future activities.
I hope that such initiatives will be carried out on an ongoing basis, not one-offs, and that new businesses will be created and a cycle of revitalization will circulate in each ward of Kyoto City!

Contact information

University Consortium Kyoto in charge
of academic town collaboration project TEL 075-353-9130 FAX 075-353-9101
〒600-8216 Campus Plaza Kyoto
, Shimogyo-ku, Kyoto *Business hours: Tuesday~Saturday 9:00~17:00 (excluding year-end and New Year holidays)

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