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Nagasaki City, a popular tourist spot in Japan, has an exotic atmosphere that goes well with rain. Few people have positive images of “rain”, but Nagasaki has “abundant resources” that help utilize “rain” positively. Communities, schools, companies, and the government should collaborate to implement various efforts for community development utilizing “rain”. “The Rainy Footsteps Project” aims to help tourists and community residents rediscover the highlights of the city and enjoy themselves more on rainy days, as the starting point for community development.
Yasuhito Nakashima, President, Kyushu-orient Servey&Design Co., Ltd.
Yasuhito Nakashima, project leader, Kyushu-orient Servey&Design Co., Ltd. + Shigeko Shoyama, project leader, University of Nagasaki Shoyama laboratory
M. Mori, J. Kamito, T. Yamada, T. Ikuta, T. Shibata, Kyushu-orient Servey&Design Co., Ltd. + M. Sasada, S. Hirano, S. Sei, E. Egashira, Y. Mizokami, S. Iwanami, University of Nagasaki Shoyama laboratory
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