"Well, I always thought that you are alive." What is the real that the survival mountaineer strikes.
[Preparedness to work like] How to work outsider Reform 1st bullet! # Hattori Bunsho
"Well, you always thought that you are alive." Listen to the people who are living a different life from us and think about how to work. What is the real that the survival mountaineer strikes. pic.twitter.com/lxScUSt5zN
Everyone is second-rate thirds. A mountaineer · Fumihisa Hattori sticks "Prepared to face life"
"I am prepared to live like you." On the hill overlooking the city, at the house where animals' bones and furs are scattered around, the survival climber, Hattori Fumiyoshi tells urban dwellers. What is really necessary for us? Working way will change from where you know it, well.
Listen to people who live a little differently from us and explore ways of working in the future "outsider labor white paper". In the first round, we asked Hattori who practiced "survival climbing" where we locally procured food and disregarded equipment as much as possible, "How to live like me".(Continued here)