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TEDxTokyo Talks

  • Kentaro Toyama | TEDxTokyo 2010

    After 18 years of researching novel technologies, Kentaro Toyama is ready to try something else. He believes there is a “myth of scale” about technolo

  • 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

  • Rene Duignan | TEDxTokyo 2013

    Why did an Irish economist working for the EU in Tokyo end up making a powerful and incisive film about suicide in Japan? Simple: a friend and neighbo

  • 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 (

  • Abigail Terrien | TEDxTokyo 2016

    Abigail Terrien – Founder of Abi Loves Sales Agency and MyOrganic Tokyo Abigail Terrien believes we can be trendy and still keep the Earth clean

  • Lara Stein | TEDxTokyo 2011

    Before becoming TED’s licensing director in 2007, Lara Stein was deeply involved in broadband entertainment programming, animation and interacti

  • Ryogen | TEDxTokyo 2016

    Ryogen – Guitarist Ryogen uses a single guitar for his live concerts and recordings, and yet his amazing technique makes it sound like multiple

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • 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

  • Makoto Kuriya | TEDxTokyo 2013

    Struggling people probably need music more than others. What makes Makoto Kuriya such a distinctive pianist are the soulful groove he developed while

  • 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

  • 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