Behing-the-scenes article about MINGEYE on Rennes-Sendai!

Takaharu explaning about Kokeshi dolls at Sakurai-Kokeshi’s workshop in Naruko-Onsen, Miyagi

Check out the article on Rennes-Sendai’s website to get to know a little bit more about the behind-the-scenes of our collaboration for “MINGEYE – dans l’œil de l’artisan” exhibition & conference (article in French) : http://www.rennes-sendai.fr/2019/10/derriere-la-creation-de-mingeye-dans-loeil-de-lartisan/

(Not) lost in translation

Dear non-Japanese readers,

I am writing this post to let you know that you are going to be just fine walking around Sendai and finding out about its uniqueness, thanks to Sendai Tourist Information Desk. They do have a physical location (3-2-17 Fujisaki main bldg 1F, Ichibancho, Aoba-ku
980-8652 Sendai) and real people will kindly answer your questions and help you find your way around the city. I personally got very useful information about local craftsmanship – which you know is my main concern at the moment!

Many thanks to Sendai Tourist Information Desk staff! 

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The Dorayaki Project gets financial support from entrepreneurship & educational organisation

Résultat de recherche d'images pour "capessca logo"

I prepared a business plan plus an entrepreneur pitch delivered on Saturday, February 17th, 2018 at ESSCA, Management School. As a result, the Dorayaki Project got financial support from CAPESSCA, an organisation gathering business school students’ parents.

Thank you CAPESSCA, for supporting the Dorayaki Project and recognising its value in the educational and management fields.

See CAPESSCA’s activities and purpose at https://youtu.be/uThjqr8s8-M