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  • Shimpei Takahashi | TEDxTokyo 2013

    The man responsible for developing Bandai Co., Ltd.’s wildly popular capsule toys, Shimpei Takahashi, is in love with the idea of ideas. His most nota

  • Chandran Nair | TEDxTokyo 2009

    Corporations and governments regularly ask Chandran Nair how to do business the right way in Asia. Chandran—who built Asia’s top environmental consult

  • Beth Carroll | TEDxLafayette

    Beth Carroll, an Instructor of Entrepreneurship and Innovation at Purdue University, highlights the importance of shopping from small local business o

  • Yoko Ishikura | TEDxTokyo 2014

    Yoko Ishikura is reinvigorating education and Japan’s economy through various channels to foster creativity, innovation, and learning. With a fo

  • Amarit Charoenphan | TEDxChiangMai

    Amarit (Aim) Charoenphan (อมฤทธิ์ เจริญพันธุ์) Co-founder Hubba Coworking Space (ผู้ร่วมก่อตั้ง Hubba Coworking Space) Amarit Charoenphan completed hi

  • Junto Ohki | TEDxTokyo 2012

    For the Deaf, the subtlest of hand movements and aspects can express vast meaning yet convey little to voice-oriented humans. Junto Ohki now stands as

  • Turntable Rider | TEDxTokyo 2012

    Street culture is about to take possession of a new vehicle for sonic expression. Spinning your wheels on Turntable Rider̶a custom-hacked BMX bike tur

  • Tetsuya Kaida | TEDxTokyo 2009

    If Tetsuya Kaida has his way, we’ll soon be driving ultralight cars built of kelp and transparent vehicles featuring “mood training” dashboards that m

  • Bill Hall | TEDxTokyo 2011

    Few Westerners have delved deeper into the Japanese consumer’s psyche than Bill Hall. Bill started one of Japan’s first specialist healthcare market r

  • Akinori Ito | TEDxTokyo 2011

    Plastic doesn’t seem so fantastic these days—more an ecological nightmare that is overflowing our garbage dumps, accumulating in vast, drifting island

  • Edward Suzuki | TEDxTokyo 2009

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

  • Nakano Hitoyo | TEDxTokyo 2014

    A mysterious person who caused a sensation on Twitter with a parody bot account of the nationally recognized character. With philosophical remarks and

  • Gunter Pauli | TEDxTokyo 2013

    Batteries made from wood. Stone transformed into paper. Coffee turned in biochemicals to absorb odors and protect our skin from UV rays. Bioplastics a

  • Nobu Okada | TEDxTokyo 2014

    Nobu Okada discovered his passion for all things space after attending NASA space camp in high school. Now, as founder of Singapore start-up ASTROSCAL

  • Anthony Willoughby | TEDxTokyo 2009

    Raised in Africa and schooled in the UK and the U.S., Anthony Willoughby was 22 when he bought a one-way ticket on the Trans-Siberian Express to Japan

  • Yoshie Komuro | TEDxTokyo 2012

    Here’s an object lesson in quality vs. quantity: Despite Japan’s fervent obsession with overtime, it occupies the bottom rung of labor productivity am