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Research on traveling with babies in Tokyo

Would you like to participate in research about how we travel with our babies in Tokyo?

We all know how difficult it can be at times to get around Tokyo with a baby, so here is your chance to talk about your experience and make a difference!

The research is being conducted by Juliana Monsalve, a postgraduate student in product design engineering at the Technical University of Denmark. Juliana is originally from Columbia, and she is very passionate about design, motherhood and babies!

Juliana is looking for 10-12 mums or dads (Japanese or foreigners living with their babies in Tokyo) to participate in her research. It is very easy and a lot of fun, and a wonderful opportunity to share your experience and express your feelings about traveling with your baby around Tokyo.

Participants will be asked to:
– Fill in a little e-booklet each day for 5 days (takes about 5-7min per day)
– Participate in a short Skype interview

Here is Juliana’s portfolio to see her background and the toys she designed for swimming with babies.

Click here to see Juliana’s video on YouTube explaining about the research in Tokyo:
Juliana’s YouTube video 

If you would like to participate, please send an email to Juliana!

Juliana Monsalve
Masters student
Product Design Engineering
Technical University of Denmark
Email: s111187@student.dtu.dk

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