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2014 Gakumachi Collaboration Project Adopted Organizations Decided!

On June 29th (Sunday), the “Public Presentation Examination (Secondary Examination)” was held for the learning town collaboration project. The “Learning Town Collaboration Project” is a project that provides support funds for initiatives in collaboration between universities and local communities to create attractive communities and solve local problems.
At the presentations on the day, 21 organizations that passed the first screening gave presentations on projects planned from the perspective of students.
As a result of the examination, 16 projects (one of which is a recommended project) were selected as support projects, and on July 9 (Wednesday) Kyoto Mayor Kadokawa certified the representative of each project at the certification ceremony held at Kyoto City Hall . certificate was awarded. Representatives of each organization that has been certified as a support project expressed their determination to implement the project, and it is expected that support projects will be developed in various parts of Kyoto City in collaboration between student groups and local communities.

<State of public presentation>

We announced our business plan that we worked hard on! There was also an appeal in kimono…
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I will also answer sharp questions from the judges! Finally, a comment from the Kyoto City University Policy Manager!
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<Scenes from the certification ceremony>

Mayor Kadokawa of Kyoto City presented the certificate. ! We will do our best to revitalize the region! ! [Supported projects] 15 projects
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Business name [Amount of support]Organization name
[Related university name/Activity administrative district]
Business summary
Fushimi/Fukakusa Community Archive
[300,000 yen]
Fushimi Fukusa Community Archive Project
[Ryukoku University/Fushimi Ward]
Movements to archive local “records” and “memories” as intellectual property are gaining momentum nationwide. In Fushimi Ward, the momentum is high, and there is a particularly strong interest in the streets and lifestyles of the Showa era. The purpose of this project is to collect, digitize, and publish materials (deteriorating 8mm film) that record the townscape and lifestyles of the Showa era from the perspective of ordinary citizens, mainly by students and local residents. In addition, it is necessary to consider how to utilize it.
Otomodachi Daisakusen!
-Music workshop from 0 years old-
[109,100 yen]
Niconico Family Concert Executive Committee by Kyoto City University of Arts Volunteers
[ Kyoto City University of Arts/Shimogyo Ward ]
Friendly House Nishi Hachijo in Shimogyo Ward is an educational facility for children aged 0-3 and their parents. Parents and children with small children tend to become isolated from society for various reasons. By creating a space where such parents and children can gather, this facility is trying to alleviate the burden of child-rearing and create a better child-rearing environment. We would like to continue holding music workshops for parents and children there, and create a place where parents can relax and connect with each other.
Umezu School District Hitotsuji Daisakusen
~ Connecting Residents and Towns and Connecting Towns and School Districts
[300,000 yen]
Umezu Neighborhood Association Federation (in charge: Umezu Community Development Committee) + Ritsumeikan University Inui Seminar
[Ritsumeikan University/Ukyo Ward]
(1) Communicate the appeal of the Umezu school district’s community activities to those who have newly moved to the area and those who have not yet joined the residents’ association, and provide a contact point for the community. Creation and distribution of Umezu’s Regional Activities and Regional Organization Navigation”).
(2) At the same time, we will create opportunities for new residents to meet face-to-face in each town and create an atmosphere that makes it easy for them to participate in community activities (“(Tentative) Welcome to Umezu, Welcome to ○○ Town”).
(3) In concert with the above activities, more proactively develop events in which new residents can easily participate and want to participate.
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Tea ceremony hospitality transmission project
[300,000 yen]
Hanazono University Tea Ceremony Club Wakeikai Volunteers
[Hanazono University/Higashiyama Ward]
①Students engaged in the tea ceremony, together with local residents, discover the history of the area and the lifestyles of people who coexist with nature.
(2) Think of a tea ceremony that complements the charm of the place you discovered, and provide a tea ceremony as a space for local hospitality.
(3) Create a poster that combines the discovered places and the tea ceremony, and disseminate it as a hidden cultural space in the region in the form of a poster and a booklet.
Arashiyama Art Project
[300,000 yen]
Kyoto Saga University of Arts, Department of Design, Department of Tourism Design
[Kyoto Saga University of Arts/Ukyo Ward]
Utilizing the facilities in Randen Arashiyama Station, which is the center of Arashiyama, we will exhibit art works unique to Tokyo University of the Arts and develop a project to turn the station into an art museum. It expresses that Kyoto Arashiyama is a place that nurtures cutting-edge culture and art as well as tradition and history. Paintings, prints, sculptures, dyeing, and other paintings, prints, sculptures, and other works by students will transform the station into an art space.
Keihoku Utsu contact learning
[300,000 yen]
Kyoto Seika University Keihoku Utsu Treasure Hunt Association
[Kyoto Seika University/Ukyo Ward]
The purpose of this project is to revitalize the Utsu area and foster rich learning for students. The Utsu area is blessed with rich nature and history, but depopulation is progressing. 1) Searching for local treasures (interviews on local culture, history, lifestyle, surveys on local industries such as Kitayama cedar and sweetfish), 2) Exchange events between the community and students (children’s flamenco class, rice cake pounding with a karusu) , raft making learned from Kitayama cedar industry, etc.), we will present a scenario for regional revitalization through exchange and learning.
Miyako Light ’14
[250,000 yen]
Miyako Light Executive Committee
[ Doshisha University, Kyoto Sangyo University, Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto Prefectural University, Ryukoku University, Kyoto University of Art and Design, Kyoto University of Foreign Studies, Kansai University of Foreign Studies/Kamigyo Ward, Fushimi Ward ]
Miyako Light is mainly a “night light-up event” that expresses the “light of life” that shines through the lattice from the inside of the townhouse using lights from inside the house. We also hold joint events.
This year, in order to share the charm of Machiya with more people, we have set four guidelines: “diversification of customer base”, “implementation in new areas”, “promotion of event participation”, and “expansion of events”. work on
Tagayase, Campus! @Fukakusa townhouse
[200,000 yen]
NPO Fukakusa Ryukoku Machiya Community (Student Group Kyomachiya Nanasai Community)
[Ryukoku University/Fushimi Ward]
Ryukoku University Fukakusa Machiya Campus participates in the local community as a member of the local community and has a role as a regional collaboration base to develop activities. The students of the Kyoto Machiya Nanasai Community, which is based on this Machiya Campus, will take the initiative in having contact with the local community and promoting exchanges with the community through the community farm project.
 In this project, students and the local community interact with each other under the themes of “rediscovering the charm of Fushimi” through “food and agriculture”, “spreading love for the hometown”, and “passing on traditional wisdom and practices”. We aim to grow through community activities and social education, and to create an intrinsic vitality and foundation in the community.
Kyoto Sanjokai Shopping Street Terakoya Project
[300,000 yen]
Kyoto Koka Women’s University Koka Sanjo Girls
[Kyoto Koka Women’s University/Nakagyo Ward]
Kyoto Koka Women’s University has cooperated with the Sanjokai Shopping District Promotion Association to carry out exchanges with local residents, such as the Koka Children’s Square. Last year, we aimed to revitalize the local community by holding pre-events related to annual events such as the Tanabata Night Market and Yatai Village, where local residents gather, as a terakoya business. And in winter, we created BIG art to decorate the ceiling with the local people and it was well received. This year, we aim to continue and develop these activities.
Project 2014 connecting Arashiyama and Katsura River with a “raft” [300,000 yen]

Kyoto University Environmental Design Laboratory “Arashiyama Landscape Caricature Team”
[Kyoto University/Ukyo Ward, Nishikyo Ward]
By providing a place for learning with people of all ages in the Arashiyama area, they will deepen their understanding of the traditional culture of Arashiyama, and the traditional activities that once existed in the Arashiyama area, such as cutting thinned timber and firewood, and running the river. We aim to restore the “connection between mountains, rivers, and people” by reproducing and replicating the forest, using thinned wood in various ways, and exploring the possibility of contributing to the local community through the traditional culture of the Arashiyama area. .
Community and university symbiosis project
[263,000 yen]
Kyoto College of Economics・Coexistence project between the community and the university
[ Kyoto College of Economics/Nishikyo Ward ]
Kyoto College of Economics students collaborate with a local NPO (NPO Rakusai Welfare Network) with the aim of solving various problems facing Rakusai New Town (mainly problems associated with the aging population). Those who work on various businesses. Specifically, students will take the lead in planning and running various seminars on the theme of aging, as well as “dinner parties” for elderly people living alone.
Hoen porch project connecting people
[260,180 yen]
Executive Committee of the Hoen Engawa Project to Connect People
[Ryukoku University/Shimogyo Ward]
 In Shimogyo Ward’s Toyono school district, we are working on three projects aimed at intergenerational exchange. The first is a hearing survey from the elderly about the current situation and attractiveness of the area. The second is a photo exhibition in which local elderly people and children participate. The third is a workshop for young people who participate in photo exhibitions and are interested in regional revitalization.
 As a result of these efforts, this project aims not only to deepen ties within the community, but also to encourage the younger generation, who will be responsible for the future, to carry out community activities on the management side.
What a kettle and Oharano!
Attractive transmission business project
[300,000 yen]
What a Kettle and Oharano
[ Kyoto City University of Arts/Nishikyo Ward ]
A group of volunteer farmers in the Oharano area and Kyoto City University of the Arts will work together to implement various initiatives aimed at revitalizing the area, with the participation of local residents using the sunflower field as a tool. At the same time, we will enhance information dissemination and consider and produce package designs for local brands.
Venison promotion activities thought by female college students
[300,000 yen]
Kyoto Meets
[Kyoto Koka Women’s University/Ukyo Ward]
With the aim of protecting the forests and reducing damage to crops in the Keihoku region of Ukyo Ward, students from the Department of Life Design gather to spread venison dishes. The purpose of the venison cooking research group is to enjoy delicious deer that have been exterminated. Study sessions on environmental issues and site visits are repeated, and the focus is on developing recipes.
Bringing memories and records to
life -Revival of porcelain dolls-
[300,000 yen]
Kyoto University of Art and Design Modern Industrial Heritage Art Restoration Project “Makadori VIII”
[Kyoto University of Art and Design / Higashiyama Ward]
Located near Gojozaka, Higashiyama Ward, a town known for its thriving pottery industry.
The “pottery dolls” that were once made in this area will be revived after 40 years.
While developing workshops to make pottery dolls with local people, we will create works to be exhibited at the pottery festival.
While being conscious of making the pottery festival more exciting, we will build a community that transcends generations among residents and start it in August.

[Encouragement project] *Although it came second in the selection process, it is a project that can be expected to deepen cooperation between students and the community, and encourages such efforts.
Business name [Amount of support]Organization name
[Related university name/Activity administrative district]
Business summary
Kyoto public bath art festival
[100,000 yen]
Kyoto Public Bath Art Festival Executive Committee
[Ritsumeikan University, Kyoto University of Art and Design, Doshisha University/Kita Ward, Kamigyo Ward]
We will hold the Kyoto Sento Art Festival, which aims to revitalize public baths by connecting the power of artists with the many public baths in Kyoto. Public baths, artists, and the art festival executive committee will work together to create works that match the characteristics of each public bath, and use these works as opportunities to increase the number of bathers and promote interaction. By having artists work closely with local public baths to create works, communication is created between customers with different purposes, such as regular customers of public baths and people who are interested in art.

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