School Building Will Be Reborn
In Japan, the declining birthrate and the aging population are proceeding. As the number of children has decreased, schools have been integrated, and the number of school buildings that are no longer being used has increased. And now, attempts to reuse school buildings that are no longer used as schools are being promoted in various places.
In Japan, the declining birthrate and aging population advances, and it continues to decrease without turning around. Particularly in local regions, the tendency is strong, the shortage of successors and depopulation are becoming serious.
As a part of it, attempts to revitalize the area by reusing school buildings that are no longer used are increasing.
School buildings learned by children in the area are often symbols of the area, and efforts to reuse it have been actively carried out.
There is a school that is reusing as an art space near Tokyo's Akihabara.
Recently, cloud funding has become popular in Japan, and the number of projects for revitalizing school using cloud funding is on the rise.