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In collaboration with TBS announcers, I conducted SDGs activities by inviting 350 impoverished families to a storytelling session of my picture book and presenting an animated picture book to convey the importance of life.
To provide an enjoyable time for parents and children, I organized an event using my picture books. We had storytime with interactive elements such as parent-child exercises and piano performances, followed by a quiz competition and collaborative drawing activities.
I created six original coloring pages and provided them as downloadable gifts to children who couldn’t go to school due to the pandemic. I hope they can meet their friends at school soon.
We performed an animation at an elementary school with the theme of the importance of life. We conveyed the message that everyone is the protagonist of their own story.
This year marks the third year of our charity activity of giving Christmas presents to bereaved children. We dress up as Santa Claus and walk through the town together.
We organized an event to reduce bullying among children. Together with my colleagues whom I have been working with for 10 years, we performed an original animation that I created, accompanied by traditional Japanese instruments.
I created 31 pieces of artwork, including illustrations and poems, through crowdfunding. These artworks were presented as gifts to families who couldn’t attend school due to issues such as bullying.
I invited 100 children who love picture books and held a workshop to create original storybooks. The completed storybooks were presented on stage with live musical accompaniment. We believe that the children had a memorable experience through this.
As a collaborating artist for the child development project by the Agency for Cultural Affairs, I conducted a lecture and workshop for all students in an elementary school, where I designed dreams with them.
I accept workplace experiences from junior high school and high school students from various parts of Japan. They get to experience the design work firsthand.
We organized a charity event where 200 people dressed as Santa Claus walked through the city. All the money raised from the charity will be used to host a Christmas party for bereaved children.
At the MIRAI University cultural festival, we held a workshop where children could design their dreams. The expressions of the children as they drew their dreams were truly wonderful.
I was invited by an organization that supports young people who are struggling to find employment to give a talk specifically for them. I can empathize with their situation as I’ve also experienced a period in my life where I couldn’t pursue my dreams and struggled with work.
I organized a workshop at the junior high school to design dreams. Over the course of a full day, the students were able to experience and enhance their imagination, creativity, and design skills through teamwork.
I organized a design experience workshop for elementary school students. The children were delighted as they designed their own original hand fans.
We performed an original animation with the theme of the importance of life at an elementary school. Afterward, we had a discussion with the children about the concept of life.
A motivational speech on entrepreneurship and living one’s own life was delivered to the students of Tokyo Denki University. I shared my story of starting a business to bring happiness to children.
We organized an event for children to experience various professions, and I introduced the work of an illustrator and designer, allowing the children to have hands-on experiences.
I sold my original merchandise at an event for rescued dogs and cats. The proceeds from the sales were donated to support the rescued dogs and cats.
We invited children whose parents were too busy to have a Christmas party and hosted a Christmas party for them. We sang songs and did crafts together, and everyone had a great time.
I traveled from Tokyo across the sea to Oshima, located 120km away, and performed an animation on the importance of life for the children. At the end, everyone in the audience joined in singing.
I called the children playing in the park and together we drew pictures on a large piece of paper. In the end, parents joined in and we all enjoyed the experience of creating together.