A Service Design Offering Refugee’s Culture Through Story and Cuisine
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In Japan, there are a number of refugees from various countries in the world. We considered it means there are multiple cultures existing together in the same country, which is a very interesting point to focus on. Therefore we aimed at learning their cultures and suggesting Japanese users new experience service to learn refugee and enjoy their culture with them. Moreover, we found that the story behind refugee’s life is unimaginable and totally different from ours from research. This result of research works out a storybook and creates service. Most of refugees in Japan came from Myanmar and they manage their own restaurant that offers cuisine of their home country. We thought their restaurant is a perfect place to step into their community quickly, therefore we chose Myanmar to explore and understand culture.
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