Today I had the pleasure to join a public speaking event organized almost solely by middle school kids, lead by Yuki Mitsuda and with a little help of my good friend and teacher Miho Saijo. Four boys and one girl were giving speeches, completly in English and in front of an audience of around 30-40 people. The speeches had the following topics (see the pamphlet below):

  • Japanese Culture
  • Imagination & Creativity
  • What is Performance?
  • To transform failure to success
  • Diversity

No need to be great from the start, but you have to start to be great!

Yesterday on Sunday, the 27th of July, we signed our internal team member agreements. A first step to a professional and trusted relationship on a road with millions of steps and things to do. We are on our way! Our mission is clear and here is what we, the founding members, have to say on this very special day:


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Today we got a nice message from a theater having an intern from us. Read here:

This is the theater:


We are happy to announce that Internship Japan has found its first very own Intern!

Honoka Aoki is a 4th year undergraduate student at Waseda University's School of International Liberal Studies, majoring in International Relations and Journalism. She's a passionate supporter of our cause and has been studying at Maastrich University, Netherlands in the past.

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