Prime Minister Kishida exchanged opinions with researchers on next-generation communication technology in the wheelchair, and repeatedly expressed his intention to support the research and development of the latest private technology.

Prime Minister Kishida visited NTT's facility in Musashino City, Tokyo, which is engaged in research and development of next-generation communication technologies.

After inspecting cutting-edge semiconductor parts, we exchanged opinions with researchers in the wheelchair and received explanations on the communication technology under development.

Kabuki actor Nakamura Shido, who has incorporated the latest technology into Kabuki production, also participated online and said, "I want to show Kabuki that children and adults can enjoy by fusing Kabuki's analog and digital." I was talking.

After this, Prime Minister Kishida said, "I think Japan's cutting-edge communication infrastructure will be a great opportunity for Japan to lead the world. I would like to firmly support the promotion of the digital society," the government said. , Reiterated the idea of ​​supporting the research and development of the latest technology in the private sector.