“Evidences and Messages from a Shrinking Society” exhibition related event “Cafe cart where people connect” and talk show

From carts to social prescriptions

2022/3/19 (Sat)5/8 (Sun.)
*The date has been postponed
Yatai Cafe: 13:00 ~ 14:30
Talk Show: 15:00 ~ 16:30

Talk Show Speaker

Morimoto Yoichi (doctor) / Miwaki Yasuo (professor at Jin-ai University, psychiatrist) / Hattori Tadashi (professor at Konan University)


Yatai Cafe: 1F Deck terrace
Talk Show: 2F Gallery 6

Talk Show Capacity

20 seats *first come first serve basis


No pre-registration required
*Numbered tickets will be distributed from 10:30 am on the day of the event.


Collaborative research group “Cultural Creativity in a Shrinking Society: Individuals, Networks, Capital, and Systems” International Research Center for Japanese Studies (Nichibunken) (Project of "Visualization and sophistication of front line research utilizing museums and exhibitions" by the National Institutes for the Humanities), Kyoto Seika University International Manga Research Center, Kyoto International Manga Museum


The cafe cart, which is also on display in the "Medical and Welfare" section of the special exhibition “Evidences and Messages from a Shrinking Society”, is an activity where medical workers such as doctors and nurses walk around the city with small food stalls, to talk casually about health while serving tea and coffee. At the event, Doctor Morimoto Yoichi, the doctor who hosts this cafe, will provide health consultations while serving coffee.
During the talk show event, Dr. Morimoto will be accompanied by invited guest Dr. Miwaki Yasuo, who his familiar with French community psychiatry, and will talk about the possibilities of utilizing art for community medicine.

*Due to the spread of COVID-19, the schedule and content of the exhibition and museum closure can change. Thank you for your understanding.