The NPO: Voluntary Architects' Network (VAN) + Keio University SFC Shigeru Ban Laboratory + Tomoyuki Tanaka Laboratory Kumamoto University have installed a simple partition system made from paper tubes and fabric cloth during April 23rd and 24th.
---April 23 (Saturday)
|---Taketa City, Oita Prefecture||---Taketa City Social Welfare Center ---||---10 Units|
|---||---Shirohara Elementary School, Taketa City||---28 Units|
|---Minami-Aso Town, Kumamoto Prefecture||---Minami-Aso Junior High School, Minami-Aso Town||---2 Units|
|---Kumamoto City, Kumamoto Prefecture --||---West Obihara Elementary School, Kumamoto City||---60 Units|
|-||--- Aspar Tomiai Center , Kumamoto City||---4units|
|---Mashiki Town, Kumamoto Prefecture||---Mashiki Town Gymnasium||---2 Units|
1)--Taketa City Social Welfare Center
----Taketa City local government employees also support the partitions installation.
----Oita Prefectural Governor Mr. Katsusada Hirose was also on hand to see the results and experience the effectiveness of the partition system.
2)--Taketa City Shirohara Elementary School
----As there was a need to hold classes within the gymnasium, the partition system was installed to create 4 separate classrooms.
3)-- Minami-Aso Junior High School (formerly Nagabaru Junior High School)
----As a sample installation, 2 units were installed within the Nursing Area and the Consultation Area.
4)-- West Obiyama Elementary School
----The Kumamoto University Tanaka Laboratory and numerous volunteers cooperated to install 60 units within the gymnasium.
----Kumamoto Prefectural Governor Mr. Ikuo Kabashima and Kumamoto Mayor Mr. Kazufumi Onishi were on hand to view the installation of the partition
----system, and expressed their intentions assertively implement the system where possible.
5)-- Aspar Tomiai Center
----4 Units were installed as changing rooms and nursing stations.