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Moyamoya Field Work
Report and Conversations Edition Zero
"Diversions for Survival: What are They?"

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“Moyamoya Field Work” is a program of conversations taking place as part of FY2014’s Tokyo Diversion Research. Researchers will be calling at various medical, welfare, and care-related groups and venues to both observe and interview. The “Report and Conversations” will be comprised of the survey report and discussions based on themes established through the survey results with a view to deeper understanding through a consideration of how personal variations and limits affect different activities.

“Report and Conversations Edition Zero” will be a warm-up to surveys and reports, comprising conversations with participants with “diversions” as the keyword in a consideration of the possibilities of “Moyamoya field work”.
Open to all interested participants, regardless of area of specialization.

Enrollment limit: Approx. 20 people (Advance reservation required. Reservations will close when enrollment limit is reached.)
Admission: 500 yen (One assistant admitted free of charge.)

Tokyo Metropolitan Government
Tokyo Culture Creation Project Office (Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture)
Research Lab for dialogues and expressions of diversity and divisions(NPO)