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Psychiatric and Financial Reality, Now and Future : Interview with a French Female Hikikomori, Tellurinenne, Round 5

A human lives contradictions. A hikikomori may be the person who enlarged that part. A normal life, new house, family, job... conceiving a lot of ideas and dreams, she spends all her today again in her room.

Why She Wanted to Enter the Army? Interview with a French Female Hikikomori, Tellurinenne, Round 4

She was a timid hikikomori who could never go out of her room, but she wanted to get out of being a hikikomori. Her choice was to try her chance by entering the army...

The Scary Question a Hikikomori is Afraid of; "What's Your Job?" Round 2

Neighborhood socializing does not exist. They do not come into my life. I do not get into their lives either. I could keep my hikikomori life in such a tranquil circumstance. People often talk about "the linking of local community" as if i…

"Afraid of Adults": Interview with a French Female Hikikomori, Tellurinenne, Round 3

Did she have nothing else to become a hikikomori while demonstrating dazzling talent in paintings and photographs? Terrienne, who grew up with being accused by her father and high school teacher, would eventually stop studying because of "…

"What is Your Job?" - A Fundamental issue of Social Life of Hikikomori

"I am physically alright. No problem to go out. But I do have a problem to go out. I am afraid to be asked 'What's Your Job?'"...Vosot Ikeida is getting into the core of the fundamental issue for the social life of hikikomori.

Interview with a French Hikikomori; Tellurienne, Round 2 "The Childhood"

Few memories of a girl. The meeting with the otaku culture. Take her to the bar with her mother. Educational pressure. Bullying at school ... After a few months, the girl started smoking and drawing violent and morbid pictures one after th…

Sicilia-Tokyo Dialogue over Hikikomori Round 2: "Persons Who Becomes a Hikikomori and Who Doesn't"

What is the difference between the person who becomes a hikikomori and who does not? How can a person who is not a hikikomori create a human relationship with a hikikomori? The dialogue between a 16 year-old girl and a 55 year-old hikikomo…

Interview with a French Female Hikikomori; Tellurienne, Round 1 "Not My Choice To Be a Hikikomori"

"The Town I lived, Aubervilliers", Photo by Tellurienne Interviewed & Edited by Vosot Ikeida <Profile of Interlocutors> Vosot Ikeida : A Japanese male hikikomori. 55 Years Old.Tellurienne : A French female hikikomori. 38 Years Old. Everything is too late? Tellurien</profile>…

Interview with a French Hikikomori, Guido. Round 4 "Did He Become a Hikikomori with Conviction?"

Finishing 3 Rounds of Interview with the French hikikomori, Guido, we received a comment from a reader, "But Guido has become a hikikomori with Conviction." I felt a light incongruity, and went back to Guido to discuss about this point, be…

Sicilia-Tokyo Dialogue over Hikikomori Round 1

16 y.o. high school girl in Sicily, Italy, Mariateresa and an aged tojisha of hikikomori, Vosot Ikeida talks over the internet. How is the situation of hikikomori in Italy? Round 1 of the new series.

Interview with a French hikikomori, Guido. Round 3 "Leave Me Alone. I Love Being a Hikikomori!"

Why has he become a hikikomori? - The French hikikomori, Guido looks back his life so far. School, local community, and trauma... The hikikomori-journalist, Vosot Ikeida listens to Guido's narrative full of details.

Interview with a French hikikomori, Guido. Round 2 "Can a Hikikomori be Reintegrated to the Society?"

22-year-old French Hikikomori, Guido, talks about his attraction to Japan, his relationship with parents, and the social support he had actually experienced. How much effective is the social support to try "to reintegrate" a hikikomori to …

Interview with a French hikikomori, Guido.  Round 1  "Even a Hikikomori Can Have Love Life!"

A Japanese hikikomori interviews a French hikikomori. Both don't go out of the rooms but exchange their situation by the internet.