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TEDxTokyo Talks

  • Naotaka Fujii | TEDxTokyo 2011

    We humans are irrational beings, and how our brains work remains a massive mystery. Dr. Naotaka Fujii—who currently heads up the Laboratory for Adapti

  • Hitoshi Murayama | TEDxTokyo 2010

    Nature’s elemental puzzles—from eccentric particles to dark matter to why our universe is expanding so swiftly—are what Hitoshi Murayama lives to solv

  • Ryotaro Matsumura | TEDxTokyo 2014

    There are some things about Japan that only become obvious to the Japanese once they leave the country. When Souryou Matsumura was wandering around Eu

  • Yuichi Mori | TEDxTokyo 2011

    Waseda University Visiting Professor Yuichi Mori spent years developing medical technologies such as blood purification and oxygen enrichment using po

  • Amanda Joy Ravenhill | TEDxTokyo 2014

    Amanda Joy Ravenhill believes in the power of business to tackle social issues, most pressingly climate change. She is a professor at Presidio Graduat

  • Mark Dytham, Astrid Klein | TEDxTokyo 2009

    Tokyo-based but global in mindset, architects Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham of Klein Dytham architecture design everything from public spaces to privat

  • Naohiko Umewaka | TEDxTokyo 2010

    Naohiko Umewaka’s family lineage in the art of Noh dates back six hundred years. His greatgrandfather, Umewaka Minoru, is credited with saving Noh the

  • Marco Tempest | TEDxTokyo 2009

    Marco Tempest’s masterful blend of digital media and magic presents audiences jaw-dropping dreams of our future. Marco was launched into international

  • Hayashiya Imamaru | TEDxTokyo 2010

    Give most people a pair of scissors, tell them to get creative, and you might get a string of paper dolls or a few snowflakes. Give Hayashiya Imamaru

  • Ken Mogi | TEDxTokyo 2015

    Ken Mogi reveals the narrowness of artificial intelligence. Everything is connected to the “brain”. Mogi is a brain scientist who focuses on “Qualia (

  • Kohtaro Fujiyama | TEDxTokyo 2013

    Classic Edo magic, known as tezuma, is the captivating integration of illusion, traditional Japanese acting, musical performance, costumes and stories

  • Open Reel Ensemble | TEDxTokyo 2012

    In 2009, composer Ei Wada and four musician friends―Kimitoshi Sato, Takuya Namba, Yu Yoshida and Tadashi Yoshida―had a wacky retro idea: Let’s mix ana

  • 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

  • HANDSIGN | TEDxTokyo 2013

    Formed by a group of five in 2005, HANDSIGN are known for their buoyant performances that blend dance, song and original sign language. Here in Japan

  • Hans Reitz | TEDxTokyo 2010

    Hans Reitz shares a vision with 2006 Nobel Peace Prize laureate Prof. Muhammad Yunus: a planet utterly without poverty. In 2008, the two established t

  • Sungene Ryang | TEDxTokyo 2011

    Sungene Ryang wants to coax a new generation of Asian entrepreneurs and venture businesses into the fray. As an associate partner at visionary global