January 30, 2020
Address: 71 Higashikoji Ko, Yoshida-cho, Uwajima City Name of organization: Uwajima NPO Center Representative: Representative Tomoko Tanimoto
Person in charge: Akiko Hayashi
|1-Name of business
Tea party Zenzai - Increased storage capacity! Folding method course
|2- Organizer (co-organizer)
Sponsored by: Uwajima NPO Center
・Aiming to create a town where people can live with peace of mind by promoting connections between people, a sense of purpose in life, and mental and physical health through opportunities for local interaction.
・Obtain a place and relationships where you can feel safe, which will arouse, encourage, and improve your motivation for living, and bring about positive effects in all areas of your life.
・By tidying up, I became able to have dreams and confidence. Accompany customers in cleaning up during visiting lessons and lecture activities.
|4-Date and time
Thursday, December 15, 2020 10:30-14:00
|Uwajima NPO Center
|5-Number of participants
|6-Admission fee/participation fee, etc.
We invited Ms. Keiko Masuda, the world-famous KonMari® style tidying consultant, to give a lecture on ``How to fold the KonMari® style'' of package plans. We also had Zenzai served by Mr. Yoshi, a single elderly man who had experienced the heavy rains of 2018, and we ate it with shiratama dango (rice dumplings) instead of mochi.
I want to put away the laundry, but I can't. I fold the laundry every day, but I was taught how to fold and put away the laundry to make the drawer look neater. I learned what to do to live an exciting life.
Participants told me to try it as soon as I got home! That's what he said. I can't get rid of it, it's a waste. Because it was expensive, we were folding laundry while having a lively conversation next to each other. While we were talking about clothes, one of them said that his clothes and tableware had been washed away in a disaster, and he remembered how grateful everyone was for helping him.
Afterwards, everyone ate zenzai and everyone said that they enjoyed the zenzai, and that they were happy to be able to have zenzai now.
I was able to reaffirm that tea parties, where these kinds of conversations can take place in the community, are special times for disaster victims, and they can be happy if they can be of help.
| Address: 71-1 Higashikoji, Yoshida-cho, Uwajima City
Name: Tomoko Tanimoto (Representative of Uwajima NPO Center)