ICT + Strawberries
Strawberry farms that were destroyed by the tsunami were re-innovated with the ground-breaking Information Technology.
Transportation technology that has helped rebuild devastated areas by collecting traveling data from vehicles.
A space where disaster victims were able to freely gather and discuss their plans for the future.
Unlocking the future of medicine through a bio bank that combines medical knowledge with individual gene variation.
Crafts Renaissance Project “WAO”
Collaboration between superior craftsmanship techniques and modern design to create new traditional crafts.
Making the best use of nature's power, New Japan offers optimal use of energy and lifestyle to the world.
A program that helps young survivors expand their perspectives, discover their potentials, and fly ahead into the future.
Sanriku Coast Oysters
Oyster farms swiped away by tsunami find not only a new way to revive but also pearls in their future.
Women survivors in a fisherman’s town found new jobs and new hope through making high-quality knitwear.
The miracle of Kamaishi
Almost all of the nearly 3000 elementary and junior high school students survive the tsunami thanks to the “three principals of evacuation” education.
Foreign Direct Investment
Devastated areas revive through foreign direct investment, now having a huge opportunity to build innovative models that could solve challenges faced by all of Japan.