Deaf work center produces wood manufactures for baby's birthday

 
The Deaf persons in the work center called "Wakafuji-ryo," located at Shintoku-cho, Hokkaido, Japan's northern island, 
are trained in cabinetmaking and wooden craft to develop self-reliance.

The project, which the wood manufactures they make as birthday celebration to to be presented to the baby born at the town, started in April, 2016.

One from four kinds can be selected; building blocks using Hokkaido-produced wood, a chair, tableware and the toy that makes a sound when moved (photo).


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