I have made all my own decisions so far. I have no regrets in my life.

日本語 Interview by Isao Tokuhashi   Kelly Sun (Canada) Educator This summer, My Eyes Tokyo team is going to Canada, a country known for its multicultural communities. To commemorate this trip, we would like to introduce a Canadian woman who has been a friend of ours for many years. Kelly Sun, an educator and a school owner from Vancouver. She used to help us with some interviews. You can see her in the following articles: –I want to make Japan a better place with my idol group. –What does “MARU” mean? – Tell me, Japanese people! Vol.16 We had not


Why do you like your country? – Tell me, Japanese people! Vol. 24

Produced by Isao Tokuhashi Edited by Jennifer A. Hoff Mail to:   Hamarikyu Gardens, Chuo-ku Located at the mouth of the Sumida River, it was opened to the public April 1st, 1946. The park is surrounded by a seawater moat filled by Tokyo Bay. It was remodeled as a public garden park on the site of a villa of the Shogun Tokugawa family in the 17th century. *Hamarikyu Gardens. (n.d.). In Wikipedia. Retrieved January 27, 2019, from 日本語   Man from Australia This is my first trip to Japan. There are seven of us on our trip and

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Celebrate Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day!

Mong Kok (旺角), one of the major shopping areas in Hong Kong. *Photo from Wikipedia July 1 is Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day, or Establishment Day, which is celebrated annually since 1997. The holiday commemorates the transfer of the sovereignty of Hong Kong from the United Kingdom to the People’s Republic of China and the establishment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. Hong Kong’s territory was acquired by United Kingdom from China through three separate treaties: the Treaty of Nanking in 1842, the Treaty of Beijing in 1860, and The Convention for the Extension of Hong Kong


Small place, large vision – You will find something spectacular even in small spaces

Interviewed & written by Isao Tokuhashi Mail to:   Chiu Yin Mei (Hong Kong) Catering Chef, Food and Beverage Public Relations Expert July 1 – It’s the day of Hong Kong’s reversion to China, which took place in 1997. We would like to introduce you today to a Hong Kong Food and Beverage Public Relations Expert and a Catering Chef who has all along been working as a bridge between Hong Kong and Japan food related industry – Ms. Chiu Yin Mei. Yin was introduced by Ms. Tomoko Komatsuzaki to us, who promotes Japanese food related items to Asian


Japan is a place where innovation and consideration live together.

Interviewed & written by Isao Tokuhashi Mail to:   Chan Wing Kong (Hong Kong) TV Producer   A (Belated) Happy New Year 2016! We’ve interviewed people from many different countries for 10 years since My Eyes Tokyo launched. However we have not heard stories from people from this area… Hong Kong. Let us introduce you to a really gentle Hong Konger called Chan Wing Kong, a TV producer. We didn’t know how to read his name correctly because he told us his “Japanese” name when we met him for the first time. His Japanese name is Tsuyoshi, which derives


I always want to know something that I don’t know. I couldn’t have come this far without curiosity.

Interviewed & written by Isao Tokuhashi Mail to:   Tomoko Komatsuzaki PR Producer She looks lily, but actually she is very energetic and passionate. Her target is mainly Asia and has introduced 1000 million people to services and products from Japan. And she challenged a big international project – selling Japanese “Night views” to Hong Kong. We met her at an event which was held by “GTIC” (Global Techno Innovation Cafe) in the summer of 2012. GTIC is an entrepreneurial group led by Tomo Akiyama, a startup accelerator, and she joined his meetup as a presenter. We felt empathy