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A moment when a security expels customers out of the elevator

This incident was a story while I was travelling in Japan at the beginning of this year. It took place at Bic Camera, Namba Store in Osaka. Bic Camera is a leading consumer electronics retailer chain in Japan. The store was extremely crowded at the day. Most of them were seemingly foreign visitors. I was waiting for an elevator for so long to go to the upper floor. Due to the crowd, every time the lift opened, it was packed with tons of customers that I wasn’t able to get in it. Believe it or not, I had been waiting …

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A mission in searching for a S-Guard barricade in Japan!!

A barrier preventing motorcycle is also known as S-Guard barricade. It is a novel innovation brought to you by the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) in an attempt to prevent motorists driving on the sidewalk. This weird thing is increasingly enlarging in scale throughout the city of Bangkok, especially at the major intersections. The point is that I have a strong belief that those authorities, who have the power to initiate this execution, might perhaps derive this idea from Japan where the innovation already existed. It might appear interesting in their eyes. However, it’s just a superficial inspiration and lacks scrutiny on …

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A seemingly last optional alternative like the overpass is still wheelchair-friendly

The overpassis an innovation for pedestrians to safely cross a street. It’s considered safe and convenient yet highly inaccessible for some if built unintelligently like many footbridges in Thailand where wheelchair users are completely unable to use it. For developed countries, that might have passed the primitive state of trial and error, they recognise the limitations of the overpass and try to minimize its usage if possible. Last year, I visited Japan to see some of its fantastic infrastructure, including the overpass. Believe it or not, the entire 15-day time that I was touring around central Japan, any flaws in accessibility …

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“Accessible Trip” one of our projects, the vital contribution for our society.

Accessible trip Traveling always gives you new perspectives. Every time that I am free, I would definitely go for travel. To explore the world at first hand, learn and try some new things, interact with local people as well as collect useful information. Sincerely, I ran this project purely with my own budget. Although the cost of each processes are not small, I believe the seed that was sown will sprout prosperously as countless experiences and information that I got are unimaginably beneficial.  It’s worthy to do so and continue forward with hope.

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Test: Platform Lift in Japan

Our primary mission is the traveling to search for the answer of what we are questioning. When you are in doubt of capability of something, you might want to go checking it out by yourself at first hand. Domestic trial right in our home country seems to be insufficient as Japan is the top-notch among the area we are talking about. So, I headed to the land of the rising sun. Platform Lift or stair lift is a kind of accessible equipment intentionally designed for wheelchair user. It has been developed to use in Thailand as well as you might …

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My visit to DPI-Japan, an organization who mainly involve the basic accessible facilities in Japan

DPI JAPAN On a journey to study the basic accessible facilities, the most important was to be able to test and examine whether it’s suitable and can be used in our daily lives. This is why I call my trip as a “mission for everyone”. In addition, testing is very important and also the information would be much more valuable when we could hear the stories from people who were being involved and work close to these issues. Finally, I got an opportunity to visit the DPI-JAPAN (http://dpi-japan.org/).

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Saba and Sakura

At this place, it’s so-called “Wat-Nam-Sai” (Stands for : A temple with clear water) for many Thai people. It’s also a perfect spot where I could shot the magnificent Fuji-san at its sunset. It was truly spectacular. The time when I’d arrived there, the Sakura was just about to present herself to the world. It would be extremely more fascinating if I capture her at this spot one week later, when her beauty would magically skyrocket at her peak.

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Shoji san, the one who made a history of Japan movement.

Japan a great country known for its global economic powerhouse, including electronics, robotics, automobile manufacturing and so on. As a matter of fact a lot of tourists from Thailand pays a frequent visit to Japan. And the transportation accessibilities are also the world best.  I have been doing a lot of research about Japan and accessible stories. However, the information I had received was just not enough. That’s why I decided to travel to Japan so that I can see things from my own eyes and to learn.

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