German Institute for Japanese Studies
Research focus of DIJ is on modern Japan in a global context. The instituteâ€™s mission is to enhance knowledge and understanding of modern Japanese society, economy, politics and culture, as well as Japanâ€™s international relations, by applying and advancing methods and theories from both the humanities and the social sciences. Comparative perspectives as well as multi- and interdisciplinary approaches are central to the instituteâ€™s research activities.
Contribution to ACCESS
DIJ will contribute to ACCESS with literature-based and empirical case studies in regard to the Japanese Care reform with the aim of longer (IT-supported) independent living and its local implementation.