|Date & Time：||June 28th (Thur) 4:00-6:00pm|
|Place：||Kotobuki-chiku, Yokohama-shi, (JR Ishikawachou Station)|
|Registration：||Required (See below for details)|
Are you aware of the poverty that exists within Japan?
Kotobuki-chiku, located in Yokohama's Naka-ku, is one of the
largest low-income lodging areas in Japan, with approximately
6,500 people living in 120 shelters.
Non-profit organization "Sanagi-tachi" works in this area to
provide support to people who have lost everything: their
jobs, houses, and families. "Sanagi-tachi" not only gives
material aid, but also mental and physical support as well.
On this field trip, in order to learn more about the reality of
Japanese society, we will take a tour around kotobuki-chiku and
find out more about the activities that NPO Sanagi-tachi undertakes.
Use this opportunity to become more aware of the current problems
in Japanese society.
Date&Time: June 28th (Thur) 4:00-6:00pm
Meet at Waseda Stn. at the ticket gate for Takadanobaba Stn.
at 2:45pm sharp.
Place: Kotobuki-chiku, Yokohama-shi, (JR Ishikawachou Station)
Eligibility: Waseda Students
Fee: Free (material fees will be subsidized by the ICC)
Transportation expenses are the responsibility of the participants.
(780 yen one-way from Waseda Stn. to Ishikawachou Stn.)
Registration: Through Waseda-net Portal
Kotobuki-chiku Tour and Visit to NPO Sanagi-tachi (6/28)]
Registration Deadline: 9:00am, June 20 (Wed)
All registrants will receive a confirmation message on this day.
Please make sure that your e-mail account is not over storage quota.
Capacity: 15 People
Yokohama City Government website (Japanese language only) 寿地区での労働の課題
NPO Sanagi tachi (Japanese language only)
Inquiries：ICC TEL: 03-5286-3990 E-mail: email@example.com