2021 Adopted Projects
We will introduce student startup challenges from Hiroshima University, Kinki University, and Hiroshima International University.
There were 60 applications from a total of 25 subjects, and 5 subjects were selected as a result of strict screening! !
The presentation videos for each of the selected projects are posted, so please take a look.
List of Adopted Projects
The region is a treasure trove!
Live-in challenge shop business utilizing vacant houses
This is a "live-in challenge shop" project that utilizes vacant houses and allows students to try cafes while living.
The number of students who can challenge business creation while living in the countryside will increase, and we aim to create a place for social implementation linked to university learning.
Local activity group “En and Yukari”
Murasaki Sakurai Faculty of Letters, Department of Humanities, French Literature and Language Studies 3rd year (representative)
Momoe Miyamoto 3rd year, Department of Humanities, Japanese Literature and Language
Nishida Mayuko Faculty of Letters Department of Humanities/Western History 3rd year
Narumi Date Faculty of Letters Department of Humanities/Cultural Property Studies 3rd year
Rutaro Sakurai Faculty of Letters, Department of Humanities, French Literature and Language Studies, 2nd year
Advanced customization for students
Commemorative video production service available
This is a short video production service business that creates memories of Hiroshima University graduates together with landscape photos of various regions, attracts emotions, and can be uploaded to SNS. In contrast to individual life event commemorative projects, this business is based on community-based content, which ultimately contributes to regional revitalization.
Kaixiang Kang 1st-year doctoral student, Higher Education Program, Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences (Representative)
Akane Ye Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences Education Program Higher Education Master's Course 1st year
Ding Xiuyu Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences Education Program Higher Education Master's Course 1st year
Liu Huiyi Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences Education Program Higher Education Master's Course 1st year
Bicycle sharing business using bicycles that are no longer used by Hiroshima University students
This is a reuse, bicycle, and share business that collects and repairs bicycles that Hiroshima University students no longer use due to graduation.
We aim to create a society in which buying second-hand goods and repairing and repairing things that are on hand are more common choices for individuals, out of antipathy to easy mass production and mass consumption.
Sakino Nishimura 3rd year, Faculty of Integrated Arts and Sciences (Representative)
Yuna Ishido Faculty of Integrated Arts and Sciences Department of Integrated Sciences 3rd year
Yoshiko Hiratani 3rd year, Faculty of Integrated Arts and Sciences
High School Students/Hiroshima University Challenge Tour ~Delivering “university learning” to local high school students~
Focusing on the current situation of university selection for high school students in Tottori Prefecture, which is the hometown of the representative and has the smallest population (there are no university students or seniors in the company nearby! Can't go to the open campus due to COVID-19!), Hiroshima University It is a business to do a challenge tour to get to know. Through interaction with current university students and "adults at the university", we aim to create a society where high school students living in the community can choose their own course without being influenced by the environment.
Haruka Haruta Faculty of Integrated Arts and Sciences Department of Integrated Sciences 3rd year (representative)
Shunji Hoshioka Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering Physics Program 1st year master's student
Agricultural Shipping Aid Items
Targeting small and medium-sized farmers who manually pack potatoes, carrots, okra, etc., to a certain weight every time and stack them in individual packages, this business solves the problem with a surprising method. We aim to create a society where Japanese farmers can live happily.
Jingchi Wu Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering, Information Science Program, 2nd year master's student (representative)