Politics | Jan 27

Japan Bureaucracy Pilots Virtual City Hall in Metaverse

MIE, Jan 27 (News On Japan) - Kuwana City in Mie Prefecture announced on Friday the establishment of a city hall in the Metaverse, allowing residents to enter an online virtual space where they can interact with staff for electronic applications such as resident registration and family registry documents.

This innovative pilot project, run in collaboration with Dai Nippon Printing, will continue until the end of March, before undergoing evaluation to determine how effective Japanese bureaucracy can operate in the Metaverse.

Source: テレ東BIZ

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