Interview with the designers behind the Japanese school that encourages kids to play in puddles

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In Kumamoto City, Japan, there’s a kindergarten that, instead of forbidding kids to play in the rain, actually encourages it. The Dai-Ichi Yochien building is a newly built kindergarten that … Read more

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