hand-made play notes from a collaborative + open research project investigating, enjoying, and learning from the self-initiated non-commercial play of children in Tokyo

Playtime in Africa: Collaboration (Site and global supporters)

I’m honoured that this research, and the 雨の日の宝物(Rainy Day Treasures) Pamphlet was a source of inspiration for the Playtime in Africa project that aims to “turn two acres of land in the Dzorwulu neighborhood into a groundbreaking natural playspace”.
> Frugal Collaboration towards Public Space for Children – my recent small post about this project on Polis [HERE]
> Global supporters map [HERE]
> Playtime in Africa WEBSITE

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