JFA Sensory Room Project has been uploaded
This is a project to work with the Japan Football Association.
The sensory room is a room where children with symptoms such as developmental disabilities and hyperesthesia and their families can enjoy watching sports and movies with peace of mind by devising measures such as sound insulation and reducing the amount of lighting. It is installed by many clubs in Europe.
In the situation of Japan where it can only be temporarily installed in the stadium, Tokyo University of the Arts will help the establishment of the sensory room that the soccer association is working on, and together with the Door projecct operated by President Katsuhiko Hibino, "People with disabilities" We are exploring the establishment of a sensory room with the theme of "solving the difficult experience environment of Japan with art."
In the final of the 101st All Japan Soccer Championship of the Emperor's Cup JFA on December 21, 2021, Hashimoto Lab was in charge of one room, and the families who visited the venue enjoyed it to the fullest.
It is a record of the activities of 2021 that Hashimoto laboratory worked on.