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This event occurred on
December 23, 2017
12:00am - 6:00pm JST
(UTC +9hrs)
Chiyoda, Tôkyô

The steady accumulation of experience, the rejection of unquestioned norms, the cross-pollination of unconnected ideas, the breaking down of monolithic concepts.
By doing these, you may see the new world which you have never seen before.

global hall Meijiuniversity
1-1 Kanda-Surugadai, Chiyoda, Tokyo
Chiyoda, Tôkyô, 101-8301
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Hinako Kaki

Student of Law
She is a student of the Faculty of law, Meiji University. She learns constitutional law, the civil law, and penal laws. In the university, she joins several club, invest circle, French literature, and a table tennis circle. For her part-time-job, she works at coffee shop, cram school teacher, and apparel clerk. She is interested in sharing her idea.

Hironori Yamakawa

President of Be-Forward
Founder of BE FORWARD CO.,LTD.

Hiroshi Nagano

He is a professor majoring Japanese modern literature at Meiji University and Waseda University. He wrote many monographs like"Flight decoder, to infinity--the crisis in Rampo Edogawa "Shadow beast"/ the depressional time and space in it "

Kazuko Ito

Lawyer, Feminist
Tokyo based Lawyer, Secretary General of Human Rights Now (HRN)

Risako Ishikawa

Toe-shoes Painter
As a performance artist, she appeared and choreographed in the stage ・ video works · art events etc, and designing and painting for fashion variety goods. In addition, she announced the performance that draws a picture with a toe shoe while dancing. She find joy in combining shapes, colors, and sounds freely and pursuing her own expressions.

Suiho Tosha

Traditional Musician
Japanese traditional flute musician. He graduated from Tokyo university of arts and graduated school of the same university. He actives in Jazz session,advertisement,recording movie music,band composed of violin and Japanese traditional instruments.

Toshikazu Sunada

He got his master's degree in science from Tokyo University majoring in global analysis and discrete geometry mathematical analysis. And now, he is professor of mathematics at Meiji University, and is also professor emeritus at Tokyo and Tohoku University. He published a lot of books like “Topological Crystals”. And he was awarded The Mathematical Society of Japan Yanaga award MSJ Publication award and Fujiwara Hiroshi mathematical sciences award.

Organizing team




Tokyo, Japan
  • Haruka Gotoda
    Team member
  • Kazuki Endo
  • Ling Hao Yeh
  • Ruri Mizobe
    Team member
    Team member
  • Takumi Uehara
    Team member
  • Tamae Watanabe
    Team member
  • yyy min
    Team member