2015 Volume 35 Pages 167-176
This survey investigated the implementation of consumer policies in Yamanashi Prefecture after the Promotion of Consumer Education Act took effect. Questionnaires and other relevant data were utilized to examine the effects in Yamanashi Prefecture. Consumer counselors were assigned to regional activities, serving in the role of supervising and advising the elderly. Teachers were also assigned as specialized staff responsible for open classes held at schools. The study concluded that these attempts at regional partnerships helped promote consumer education in Yamanashi Prefecture.