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  • TEDxTokyo Instagram account has reach over 500 followers – Thank you! Heading into 2017, we updated our Facebook page and website, and our newly opened Instagram account has

  • TEDxTokyo2016 Talks are all online! Greetings from TEDxTokyo! The event on October 22 opened up with spectacular performances, and altogether we had 18 people who shared thei

  • Check out our photos from the 2016 TEDxTokyo event held at BMW Group Tokyo Bay. You can find all the photos on our Official TEDxTokyo Flickr account. Find more about TED, TEDx and

  • Sami Elu lives to share the rhythm, and the setting doesn’t matter. The longtime musician began playing gigs soon after he landed in Japan in 2006 both at established venues and on

  • Abigail Terrien is a serial social entrepreneur with the good of the planet in mind. She’s started several ventures since moving from Paris to Tokyo in 2003, and markets eco-friend

  • The Partners, Participants and Volunteers in TEDxTokyo expressed "X" for tomorrow.

  • Rinpa Eshidan is a unique artist's collective driven by the process of creation and group collaboration. Their artworks include live art performances, motion painting, designs, wal

  • Kazuto Ataka, the man who excels at big data and market insights, business development and strategies as well as data science. He majored in molecular biology at the University of

  • Humans have five senses, one of them being taste. And Hiromi Nakamura is changing the norms for how taste is experienced using a new technology of the 21st century, electric flavor

  • To achieve your goals, Hiroshi Ishii says, you must continuously stand out like the proverbial nail regardless of how many times you are hammered down, race alone down the path you

  • On the eve of our 2016 TEDxTokyo event, you can see our speakers, performers, and the team get together to run through the program before the show tomorrow. The speakers and per

  • Musicians tend to perform using instruments built by masters of their own craft. Sami Elu is one of rare few who also invent and build what they play.

  • The theme of the first ever TEDxTohokuUniversity is "Open Doors". By drawing on the Open Door policy of our university we want the ideas born here, in Tohoku University, to spread

  • Our theme this year is 'The Power of Perspective'. It aims to bring speakers together to discuss the ways that perspective can influence not only how we view the world, but also ho

  • 今年度の「TEDxShinshuUniversity」のテーマは「奏」~From Shinshu to the World~です。「奏」という漢字には、「音を奏でる」「功を奏す」というように、音楽をかなでる、成し遂げる、という意味があります。

  • TEDxAPU is an yearly event organised by Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University students which it features APU faculty, alumni, and other invited guests from different organisations an

  • TEDxChibaU は、アメリカ発祥の世界的なイベント TED の「Ideas Worth Spreading(価値のあるアイディアを世の中に広める)」理念を引き継ぎ、これを千葉と千葉大学特有の魅力でアピールすることを目的としています。

  • 滴は水面に落ちると波紋を引き起こし、 その波は水面を着実に広がっていきます。 滴が複数あれば、波紋が新しい形の波を生み出します。 私たちは今回、スピーカーが提供してくれるアイデアを滴に見立てました。

  • (日本語) 今年のテーマは「Prism」 プリズムを通った光が屈折して様々な色が広がる様に、慶應義塾という学校をプリズムに見立て、そこを通過した同窓生及び在校生が様々な場所で活躍しているということをイメージしたものです。

  • We are pleased to announce the next TEDxKyoto 2016 event – “Ichigo Ichie”. TEDxKyoto will be held this year on Sunday October 16th at Kyoto University of Foreign Studies Morita Me

Popular Talks

  • Takafumi Horie | TEDxTokyo 2016

    Takafumi Horie – Entrepreneur Takafumi Horie says the most crucial thing when you are facing your dreams or objectives is to avoid making excuses, like “but I haven’t got mon

  • Kazuto Ataka | TEDxTokyo 2016

    Kazuto Ataka – Futurist Kazuto Ataka, the man who excels at big data and market insights, business development and strategies as well as data science. He majored in molecular

  • Lynda Gratton | TEDxLondonBusinessSchool

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  • Masako Wakamiya | TEDxTokyo 2014

    At the age of 60, Masako Wakamiya (also known as Ma-chan) decided that she would teach herself how to use a computer so that she could stay connected after retirement. In 1999, she

  • Hiromi Nakamura

      Hiromi Nakamura – Human Computer Interaction Researcher & Super Creator Humans have five senses, one of them being taste. And Hiromi Nakamura is changing the norms

  • Ryosuke Shibasaki | TEDxTokyo 2012

    How do you track the movements of over seven billion people and all their stuff without abusing the knowledge and infringing on privacy? Ryosuke Shibasaki faces that question every

  • Kazuna Tsuboi | TEDxTokyo 2016

    Kazuna Tsuboi – System Developer Here’s a high school girl named Rinna who’s massively popular on SNS. She appears to be an ordinary high school girl, but a fundamental diffe

  • Kathy Matsui | TEDxTokyo 2011

    “Institutional Investor” has ranked Kathy Matsui the top equity strategist in Japan several times, yet her role as co-head of Asia macro research at Goldman Sachs fulfi

  • Mike Peng | TEDxTokyo 2016

    Michael Peng - Creative Strategist and Catalyst

  • Hiroshi Ishii | TEDxTokyo 2011

    Hiroshi Ishii’s research probes the seamless interface design between humans, digital information and the physical world. In his Tangible Media Lab at MIT, he’s busy inventing new

  • Alex Gendler and Anthony Hazard | TED-Ed

    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-did-hit… Decades after the fall of the Third Reich, it feels impossible to understand how Adolf Hitler, the tyrant who orchest

  • Kevin Kelly | TEDxAmsterdam

    What does technology mean in our lives? Thats the question Kevin Kelly explored in his new talk. Kelly presented a new definition of technology: anything useful invented by a mind

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    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/3-tips-to-b… Made in partnership with the Always #LikeAGirl campaign. When faced with a big challenge where potential failure seem

  • Patricia Ryan | TEDxDubai

    English is big business and languages are dying as never before. Is there a connection? Is this another manifestation of McDonaldisation — the undesirable face of globalizati

  • Abir Abed | TEDxWeizmannInstitute

    Dr. Abir Abed’s presentation’s title is “Faith to face: every student can succeed”. She asserts that passionate teachers have great influence on their students. This influence will

  • Samantha Kuula | TED-Ed

    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-to-dete… Just now, somewhere in the universe, a star exploded. In fact, a supernova occurs every second or so in the observabl

  • null | TED-Ed

    Stand by for an animated exploration of the famous Fermi Paradox. Given the vast number of planets in the universe, many much older than Earth, why haven’t we yet seen obviou

  • Edward Suzuki | TEDxTokyo 2012

    Edward Suzuki worked alongside master architect and futurist Buckminster Fuller while attending Harvard on a Fulbright scholarship. Perhaps that’s one reason he’s a self-proclaimed

  • Michaela DePrince | TEDxAmsterdam

    Born Mabinty Bangura in 1995, Michaela DePrince had many identities. One of them was “devil’s child” thanks to her vitiligo. Michaela grew up as an orphan in Sierra Leone during th

  • Jimmy Lin | TEDxMidAtlantic

    Dr. Jimmy Lin of Rare Genomics Institute invites his audience on a compelling and emotional journey into the lives of children living with rare diseases. He paints a picture of hop

  • Simona Zompi | TED-Ed

    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-we-conq… For 10,000 years, humanity suffered from the scourge of smallpox. The virus killed almost a third of its victims with

  • Bill Werlin | TEDxTokyo 2009

    Bill Werlin was born in Colorado mountain territory and grew up working at his family’s ski area, surrounded by the majestic Rockies and untainted skies. A lifelong skier, outdoors

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    With his pictures, photographer Jimmy Nelson documented 35 unique tribes in 44 countries around the world. He shares his stories about the connections he made and the lessons he ha

  • Madhumita Murgia | TED-Ed

    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-stress-… Stress isn’t always a bad thing; it can be handy for a burst of extra energy and focus, like when you’re playing a co