Almost 5 months after the coup in Myanmar, the turmoil is ongoing across the country. Hoping to help Myanmar's citizens, people in Japan started aid projects. From university students conducting weekly street-side fundraising to a woman setting up a "babysitting for Myanmar" service, and an entrepreneur promoting fair trade by importing Myanmar coffee, we look at this grassroots-level form of support.
Miyachi Aoi calls out for donations on the streets
Watanabe Nagisa organizes a charity babysitting service