Tokyo Design Center (Chloe and Brianna)

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Tokyo Design Center (Chloe and Brianna)

First gathering was March 16, 1992.-Shogo Kariyazaki, a contemporary flower designer of Sogetsu, has creatd a show space using real soil.(March 16, 1992-October 31, 1992)-A series of the exhibitions of photographs selected by Koutaro Iizawa,the chief editor of the photographic magazine "déjà-vu".


Organizer : JDCAModerator : Coco FunabikiPanelist : Masayuki Tamaki, Taro Ashihara, Takao OchiInquires : Tokyo Design Center 03-3445-1121

Tokyo Design Center

Japan has created many things that us, as Americans enjoy. Such as Anime, Manga, Cosplaying and Pocky!

Vol.3 “Paralympic Games - Design of Enviroment and Culture”

Robots get the spotlight

Established In: 1457

- Japan is the largest automobile producer in the world.-Ramen noodles are a popular food in Japan and it is widely believed extensive training is required to make a delicious soup broth. This is the subject of the movies Tampopo (1985) and The Ramen Girl (2008).

Fun Facts!

Tokyo, Japan

The Tokyo Design Center was started in 1992 and is still in use up to now. The most recent gathering was January 13, 2016.

-There are four different writing systems in Japan; Romaji, Katakana, Hiragana, and Kanji.-Japan's literacy rate is almost 100%.-Average life expectancy in Japan is one of the highest in the world. Japanese people live an average of 4 years longer than Americans.

Welcome to Japan!

Tokyo, Japan, its self is equal to Time Square of New York, with its popularity.

JapanCountry in East Asia-Japan is an island nation in the Pacific Ocean with high-rise-filled cities, imperial palaces, mountainous national parks and thousands of shrines and temples. Tokyo, the crowded capital, is known for its neon skyscrapers and pop culture. In contrast, Kyoto offers Buddhist temples, Shinto shrines, gardens and cherry blossoms. Sushi, the national dish, is served everywhere from casual pubs to gourmet restaurants.

Tokyo, Japan


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