As fewer children are born in Japan, educational approaches are starting to change. Traditional competitive and uniform policies are shifting to a focus on nurturing individual growth. Architects Tezuka Takaharu and Yui have designed many buildings focused on children's education. Their spatial designs focus on distance, responsibility and compassion, and have received domestic and international attention. Presenter Andy visits the Tezukas' home to discuss their unique ideas about raising children, and to explore the potential in architecture that prioritizes children's emotional growth.