Coding Fun Html Meeting and Helping Japan's Homeless (Part 4)

Meeting and Helping Japan's Homeless (Part 4)

This is part 4 of a series of videos on homelessness in Japan. In this episode we get together with Sanyukai ( which is a non profit organization dedicated to helping the homeless and former homeless.

Part 1:
Part 2:
Part 3:
Initial video:

Special thanks to my wife who assisted with the interviews, interpretations,…

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

31 thoughts on “Meeting and Helping Japan's Homeless (Part 4)”

  1. madenkind says:

    Too bad that it hasn't subtitles. I cannot understand the supposedly very interesting stuff the homeless gentlemen talk about in Japanese πŸ™

  2. 1miltond says:

    How is possible that a society can't find a solutions for something so important and so simple to fix in on top of that they aloud other people in better economical conditions to abuse the homeles societies are responsible for there citizens not just using them for labor and wen they can't work for one legit reason bean descarted like trash that is inhumane and real orrible a society will never progress on those terms

  3. helleswahn says:

    Is there anywhere you can donate to homeless in Chiba or Tokyo? I'm an exchange student in Japan, staying until february. There's a lot of things in the appartment I can't bring to my home country and it would be a shame to just throw it away

  4. Thirsty Go says:

    There is so much dignity here. Recently discovered your channel, and even though you have +1MM, you deserve so much more. The breadth of topic is beautiful. However, did this particular homeless series gain any mainstream media/news attention in Japan? Simply cannot believe this is a 1-man production, YOU. I have never supported patreon (most "asking" for support is an excuse to support a hobby, at best). You are a professional, provide immense value. I applaud your work!

  5. Andy Hanson says:

    How do you turn on subtitles?

  6. Girlee A says:

    This is really informative, thank you so much

  7. The intro really made me think hard about my life and how lucky I am to be born in a good home and family.

  8. NC says:

    The people working with the homeless are truly capable, wise, loving people. I cried from seeing how much they care and how much care they show. Thanks for this lovely series! <3

  9. those food looks delicious, and i'm amaze of their discipline, at first glance i will not think that they are homeless people because of how discipline they are.

  10. Simon C says:

    Does homeless have the same medical services?

  11. what a nice dr. such a startling difference than here in the states . you 20 seconds after a 3 hour wait n they say 3 words to you .

  12. πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜’πŸ˜‡πŸ˜‡πŸ˜‡πŸ˜‡πŸ˜‡πŸ˜‡πŸ˜‡πŸ˜‡πŸ˜‡πŸ˜‡πŸ˜‡πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘β€β€

  13. steve gale says:

    He said that some do not know it exists, that is not true, their pride stops them.

  14. Mike Young says:

    I really liked that doctor with his manner and positive nature. He really seemed to care. I wish being homeless here in the US was up to the standard set by the Japanese.

  15. Skwrl Fuzz says:

    wait, only 5k homeless in Japan??

  16. Ren T says:

    Great document. Thank you. Systems is so frustrating. How can you be "homeless" and have an address? It only open doors for the homeless people to be taken advantage off.

  17. Tor Mon says:

    Beautiful documentary, thank you. Every society has homeless people, but in Japan, there seems to be more respect and self-respect and less crime. Also better support.

  18. GBuster says:

    In Japan homeless are polite and help out each other. In San Francisco, they give the homeless extra drug needles and let them poop on the public streets.

  19. vexrllful says:

    What happened to subtitles

  20. Da Dude says:

    daaaamn. even homeless Japanese old dudes look like they're 25 years younger.
    wth do you put into your water???

  21. 5,534?? I thought the number would be higher. I'm confused

  22. S K says:

    Very good effort and hard work to bring these people to light .. Thank you

  23. Candycane says:

    This seems to be a problem in US as well with the identification issue/address. I find it interesting that they ask all those questions. Wish they would do that I'm USA. Maybe we would have less people on welfare.

  24. No joke, homelessness impacts everyone, especially here in the U.S. America is supposed to be a rich country, and yet, people are sleeping in the streets across the US. What is Trump doing about it, Absolutely nothing to help the disadvantag.

  25. battlestar92 says:

    no narration ? we supposed to guess what they sayin?

  26. One thing some of them may be able to do is to purchase an old van to live in. In the U.S. over the past decade, the trend to live in a large van has grown a lot. I see RV's parked in many industrial areas and people just live in them, no rent to pay. For the Japanese, it would put a roof over their heads in the winter months and there would not be so many make-shift shelters lining the streets.

  27. Keith Snider says:

    Excellent video!! New subscriber here!!

  28. Aya Vavosa says:

    What a great documentary! Thank you for informing us. I feel we can learn a lot from this.

  29. Judi Grace says:

    Give people allowance weekly, so it lasts the entire month, and have rent automatically deducted. They can be trained to work online etc.

  30. Max Games says:

    Japanese homeless people are at the same level as normal people in my country. Like their hygiene and kindness are way better than those where im from

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *