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Sounds you never heard before.....
Shapes and colors you've never seen.....
Smells you never noticed.....
Tastes that are newly delicious.....
Fresh tactile sensations.....

Create a space with your whole body to experience
all these sensations in Yoshino's natural environment.

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Basic Information
1. Date: July 2, 2000
2. Venue: NEO MUSEUM in Yoshino, Nara, Japan
3. Participants: 6 families (parents and children ranging from infants to high school students)
4. Objective: An experiment in creating a space where families can enjoy "Feeling the Media"
5. Program:
Part-1 Wakeup activity
Part-2 Let's make Japanese paper!
Part-3 Let's float balloons!
Part-4 Face painting
Part-5 Let's search for sounds, pictures, and words!
Part-6 Let's make media-poems!
Post-playshop Dialog
  1. Playshop Designers
    • MUDPIE unlimited:
      • Nobuyuki Ueda, Ed.D., Professor, Konan Women's University
      • Miya Omori, Ed.D., Child Counselor, Developmental Psychologist
      • Hillel Weintraub, Director, Communication Center, Teacher at Doshisha International Junior and Senior High School
      • Yoshiro Miyata, Ph.D., Professor, Chukyo University

  2. Guest Artists
    • Kanjiyama Mime, Pantomime Company
    • Yuko Osada, Music Producer
    • Masahiko Furukata, Graphic Designer

  3. Planning & Cooperation Staffs
    • Shonan-Fujisawa Campus Team, Keio University
    • Playful Learning Team, Ueda Laboratory, Konan Woman's University
    • Cognitive Science Team, Chukyo University
    • Takanori Nakatsuji, President, Educe
    • Sadakatsu Hashimoto, Sharp Corporation
    • Masaki Takakura, Sharp Corporation
    • Shoichi Uekubo, Technical holder of making Misugami, Japanese Paper used for repairing National Treasures

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