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  • David Silverstein | TED-Ed

    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/the-pleasur… Humans are creatures of rhythm and repetition. From our breath to our gait: rhythm is c

  • Bruce Huebner / Curtis Patterson | TEDxTokyo 2013

    Bruce Huebner’s shakuhachi sound is unbounded by musical convention, flowing from freeform to jazz to Japanese traditional music to Celtic to Western

  • Kazumi Murose | TEDxTokyo 2013

    In 2008, lacquer artist and Living National Treasure Kazumi Murose began to focus on preserving intangibly important Japanese culture and heritage thr

  • Katsumi Sakakura - Artist and Ambassador | TEDxTokyo 2016

    Katsumi Sakakura expresses his art through a combination of elements characteristic of traditional Japanese culture—movement, rhythm and spirit.

  • Al Cannon | TED-Ed

    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/how-brass-i… What gives the trumpet its clarion ring and the tuba its gut shaking oompah-pah? And wh

  • David T. Freeman and Gregory Taylor | TED-Ed

    View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/why-shakesp… Shakespeare sometimes gets a bad rap in high schools for his complex plots and antiquat

  • Renée Bye | TEDxTokyo 2009

    Renée Byer has the rare inner lens needed to produce photos with profound emotional resonance and sensitivity. That talent has brought her countless h

  • Aoi Yamaguchi | TEDxTokyo 2014

    At some point in history, the Japanese stopped writing vertically. Nowadays, it may be rare to find people who write by hand at all. Aoi Yamaguchi is

  • 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

  • Kiyoyuki Ken Okuyama | TEDxTokyo 2010

    Ken Okuyama has spent a lifetime fashioning exotic yet practical things of surpassing beauty. The prizewinning car designer has shaped models for Gene

  • Sandeep Casi | TEDxTokyo 2014

    An early advocate of mobile video and established expert in the field of digital media, Sandeep Casi worked for large corporations for the best part o

  • Yoichi Ochiai | TEDxTokyo 2014

    If Edison is an inventor, Yoichi Ochiai is a wizard. He integrates science and art, combining digital and analog media such as electronic circuits and

  • Leslie Kee | TEDxTokyo 2014

    Leslie Kee was born in Singapore. After graduating from photography school in Tokyo, Kee spent five years working in New York City before returning to

  • Maro | TEDxTokyo 2011

    Even standing in place, a juggler requires a preternatural sense of timing, touch, balance and position. Add acrobatics, mime and dance to the equatio

  • Bruce Livingston | TEDxTokyo 2009

    Legions of photographers are grateful that Bruce Livingstone left his punk-rock band, The Bittermen, in 1996. That’s because the Canadian entrepreneur

  • Masa Inakage | TEDxTokyo 2012

    In the entertainment realm, you’d call Masa Inakage a supreme hyphenate, as in “producer-director-creator-artist-storyteller.” And he actu