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TEDxTokyo Talks

  • Kenji Williams | TEDxTokyo 2014

    Kenji Williams is an award-winning filmmaker, music producer, theatrical show director, and classically trained violinist who fuses music, visual arts

  • Yoshiharu Habu | TEDxTokyo 2012

    When he was just 25, Yoshiharu Habu became the only player ever to simultaneously seize all seven titles of the ancient board game known as shogi. He’

  • Tom Kelley | TEDxTokyo 2012

    Brainstorms are Tom Kelley’s stock-in-trade, and when he says creativity is the secret to economic growth, people listen. After all, Tom helped take g

  • John Kluge | TEDxTokyo 2013

    Everyone poops. The problem, says John Kluge, is that 2.5 billion of us have no clean place to go, and that lack is generating massive troubles with g

  • Rio Saito | TEDxTokyo 2014

    In just a few short years, thirteen year old ukulele virtuoso Rio Saito has played festivals throughout Asia and as far afield as New York City and Ho

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Garr Reynolds | TEDxTokyo 2011

    Seen any logical, compelling and easily understandable PowerPoint or Keynote presentations lately? You probably have Garr Reynolds to thank. Garr̵

  • 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

  • Makoto Aida | TEDxTokyo 2013

    Makoto Aida’s scenes of skewed eroticism—obsessively detailed, leaning toward the violent and grotesque, and humorous in the very darkest sense—drive

  • 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 ski

  • Rome Kanda | TEDxTokyo 2010

    Rome Kanda approaches life like a samurai— head-on and with unwavering intensity. After moving to the U.S., the Osaka native soon found his calling as

  • 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 Shiba

  • Jin Tatsumura | TEDxTokyo 2010

    Born into a family of renowned Japanese textile designers with a four-century tradition and trained under the expert eyes of his father and grandfathe

  • Masahiko Inami | TEDxTokyo 2012

    When Masahiko Inami decides to get reflective, he just disappears. That’s because the Keio Media Design professor is the inventor of the Optical Camou