The leading figure of rock-balancing in Japan. He works at IT company, but is also trying to spread Ishihana, an interpretation of rock-balancing inspired by Japanese aesthetics.
He practiced swimming enthusiastically since he was a child, aiming to take part in the Olympic Games. He retired just after the Athens Olympic trials. During his swimming era, as a practitioner of shodo, he noticed that calligraphy is a good way to promote international relations. He began to realise he wanted to promote the greatness of poetry and writing. His works for his clients show gratitude, congratulation, and encouragement.
A Pro Gambler who has never lost at gambling for 15 years and has traveled to 82 countries. Now he works in Japan, receiving requests for book publications, serialisations in magazines, TV appearances and lectures.
An assistant professor of Architecture of Meiji University; Representative of the Board of Directors for Public Place Partners Institute; Editor of “Sotonoba”, Doctor of Engineering
In 1984, he was born in Sapporo. As a ‘tactical urbanist’ and a researcher, he provides activities and makes systems for public spaces. He aims to make boost the value of towns by using public outdoor spaces.
The representative director, CEO of ENVIROME and Delivery support system
An entrepreneur of health care biotechnology and Japanese culture, also a researcher of biotechnology IT. He establishes about five companies a year.
A representative director of Sanwa transportation; Chairman of the Committee for Stregthening the Next-generation of Japan Triathalon Union
He was born on November 1962 and graduated from Meiji University Faculty of Commerce in 1985. At that time he began competing in triathlons, becoming the strongest competitor in Japan for ten years. He participated in eight consecutive world championships as a Japanese representative. Then he retired in 1996. Now, he is a representative director of Sanwa transportation and Chairman of the Committee for Strengthening the Next-generation of Japan Triathlon Union.
The representative director of MATCHA
He graduated from Meiji University. In February 2014, he started “MATCHA”, a web media service for foreign people who visit Japan. Now MATCHA provides content to viewers in more than 200 countries and in 9 languages. It provides information through partnership with various companies, prefectural assemblies, and local governments.