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The Yaoyorozu Project has been formed in order to design ubiquitous information society in 2010. This design problem calls for integration of humanity and engineering sciences. In order to foster collaboration among researchers in diversified disciplines, development of scenarios is emphasized that facilitates communications and discussions. The present paper describes background and research architectures with activity of each team in the Project, our view of the ubiquitous information systems technologies described by a layered model which is the distinctive feature from the original idea of the ubiquitous computing, and summary of the research accomplishments mainly focusing on integration of diversified knowledge by trans-disciplinary science and technology so far.