VIVA! 112 de Yokohama
Celebrate the 112th anniversary of Brazilian Japanese immigrants in Yokohama
This is an opportunity to celebrate the 112th anniversary of Japanese immigrants to Brazil from Yokohama, which has sent many immigrants, to think about the 1.9 million Japanese Brazilians, and to engrave the friendship and cooperation between Japan and Brazil.
It will be an event to encourage Japanese Brazilians who have lost their jobs in mainland Brazil and Japan, where many people are infected with COVID-19.
◇ ◆ September 20th (holiday / Sunday) Event Overview ◇ ◆
Part 1 Commemorative Lecture / JICA Yokohama Conference Room 10: 00-11: 30
World Porters 6th Floor Conference Room 3
2-2-1 Shinko, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
* When applying, please let us know whether it is local or online.
* A Zoom link will be sent to those who participate online.
Lecturer Tamiko Hosokawa
After graduating from the Department of Portuguese, Faculty of Foreign Studies, Sophia University, he went to Brazil for a year to explore Brazilian culture after working as an office lady. With the power of the existence of Japanese society, he remains in Brazil. He has worked as an editor of Japanese information magazines, a freelance writer, and a coordinator of television, magazine coverage, and events. Currently, he is developing a "Japanese social fact-finding survey" as a permanent director of the Institute of Humanities and Sciences of Sao Paulo.
Appear in the first part of the lecture and the second part of the symposium.
After graduating from the sculpture department of the Faculty of Arts, Tokyo Zokei University, after working as a staff member of the Yokohama City Board of Education, he established Lu Shuan Co., Ltd. and manufactures works using Japanese traditional craft "lacquer" as the main material. Conducted research on natural paint technology in Central and South America, moved to Belem, Brazil, engaged in research on agroforestry, sales of tropical fruits, and commercialization. Returned to Japan in 1992 and commercialized the establishment of a satellite radio for Brazilians living in Japan, introduction of Brazilian food, and South American culture. In 2014, participated in a joint project between the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries and JICA, and new business development and exchanges between Japan and South American Japanese agricultural cooperatives. "Pressed extraction of seed oil and its commercialization" Visited Brazil and Bolivia. Settlement of Japanese fishery processing technology, technical support for entrepreneurship in Bugios.
In 2015, he became the director of a Japanese overseas immigrant memorial facility on Izu Oshima, Japan. He started his priesthood as a Zen Buddhist priest in Soto in 2016 and continues to this day.
Mr. Riona Yamashita
Representative of Playble Currently attending Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
Tobitate! After studying abroad at Study Abroad Japan, there was a series of encounters with values that had never been seen before, and above all, the way of thinking about "playing" changed drastically. "Play" has the power to enrich life, and I am really looking forward to exploring the possibilities of play in the future with people from all positions, not just children. thing.
Mr. Sachio Miura
Born in Tokyo in 1945. Graduated from the Faculty of Medical Hygiene, Kitasato University in March 1968. In June of the same year, he was assigned to the Federal Republic of Brazil by dispatching an OTCA (JICA) expert to guide the reconstruction of the Institute of Tropical Medicine attached to the National University of Pernambuco School of Medicine. After working as an assistant professor in the Department of Tropical Medicine and Epidemiology, Faculty of Medicine, Keio University in April 1971, after retiring from the Faculty of Medicine, Keio University, 2011 Research Fellow of the Japan Red Cross Central Blood Research Institute (advocating a Chagas disease test at the time of blood donation), 2017 He has been engaged in the Chagas disease epidemiological research of Latin Americans living in Japan as a visiting professor at Nagasaki University, and travels to Brazil and Bolivia almost every year to continue the epidemiological research of Chagas disease with local researchers.
Since the appointment of the representative of NPO MAIKEN, he has been working on supporting the health of Latin Americans living in Japan and providing mental health support to foreigners living in Japan due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection.
Part 2 Commemorative Stage Show / Shinko Central Square 13: 00-17: 00 [Cancelled due to rain forecast]
13:00 Opening Greeting Brazil Solidário Yokohama Chairman Tatsuya Saito
13: 05-13: 25 Capoeira Fitness
13: 30-13: 50 Samba Fitness
13: 55-14: 15 Fresco ball
14: 20-14: 45 Ashe
14: 50-15: 15 REI CAPOEIRAP
15: 20-15: 45 Samba / Pirajir
15: 50-16: 20 Samba / Galantido
16: 25-16: 55 Samba ・ Yokohama City Song Samba Version / Broco Jonan
16:55 Closing remarks
Special Guest REI CAPOEIRAP
Born in Tokyo, raised in Hong Kong, and trained in Brazil, REI CAPOEIRAP started composing with Electone when he was in Hong Kong when he was in junior high school.
After returning to Japan, while debuting as a lyricist while attending university, he devoted himself to the Brazilian traditional martial arts Capoeira at the same time, and worked hard to train Capoeira warriors under his master in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. I have been to Brazil 5 times so far. What is Kapoei Wrap? It is said that he named it Kapoei Wrap because REI, a capo erista, started RAP.
He has written and arranged songs for all songs, and has released a number of songs on YouTube with the theme of Brazil. In the year of the 110th anniversary of Japanese immigrants to Brazil in 2018, he produced the song "Saú de, Saudade" and shot a music video in Sao Paulo, Brazil. This song made her first appearance at the Brazilian Festival held at Yoyogi Park in the same year. Under the slogan of "Brajiru in Japan", he has been energetically active, such as performing at an event at JICA and acting as a general moderator of a gourmet event in Oizumi Town, Gunma Prefecture, a multicultural town. We are doing it. At the end of 2019, in order to liven up the Tokyo Olympics in Brazil, the first local recording of "Baile de Tokyo" based on the music "Funk Carioca" originated from Rio's favela. And the music video for that song was produced with a large Brazilian YouTube channel. Based on the situation of this coronavirus, it was scheduled to be released in the spring, but it was postponed repeatedly, and finally it will debut in Brazil with the music video in October next month.
Today, we will send you a special set for this event, focusing on past works.
6th floor meeting room 3
2-2-1 Shinko, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
Train / Minatomirai Line / About 5 minutes on foot from Minatomirai Station, Bashamichi Station / JR Line / Yokohama Municipal Subway / Approximately 10 minutes on foot from Sakuragicho Station via train ・ JR Line / Yokohama Municipal Subway / From Kannai Station via Bashamichi About 15 minutes on foot
Bus From Sakuragicho Station Bus Terminal
・ Get off at "Bankokubashi / World Porters Mae" on the "Akasuku Bus" Chinatown / Motomachi (C) route, Minatomirai (M) route, and peer line.
・ Get off at "World Porters" on the "Burari Red Brick BUS" (A) route (operates only on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays).
New Port Central Square
1-5 Shinko, Naka-ku, Yokohama-shi, Kanagawa
Minatomirai Line "Nihonodori Station"
About 3 minutes on foot from Exit 1, about 5 minutes on foot from Exit 2.
Yokohama International Bureau
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