A Decade of Recovery in Fukushima
Rie Yoshitake (Fukushima Tourism Ambassador / Sake promotor)Emma Wilson (Member of Fukushima Association in UK / Former JET participant to Fukushima)
Head coach of the England national rugby union team and former head coach of Japan national union team. He visited Fukushima in 2019 and coached local high school rugby players.
A Japanese dance group who won an American TV show World of Dance in 2016 and 2017 with the highest point in its history.
Former children’s dance troupe Satonoko-kai from Hanayagi School of Dance in Fukushima. The association helps children to learn and spread the traditional Japanese culture.
In September 2011, they built a temporary shopping street in a small town in Fukushima, and about 5 years later after that, they lighted the first beacon of hope in the opening of the "Hamakaze Kirara".
A dance studio in Fukushima City which offers a high level dance lessons by the instructors from Fabulous Sisters.
Mission amongst Japanese people to introduce church life in the UK and encourage them to connect to their local church. Support them in respect of spirituality and faith and provide pastoral
Composer, Japanese Taiko Drummer, Multi-Percussionist, Shakuhachi player and Singer. Awarded by Embassy of Japan in UK (2003) in recognition of his contribution to Japanese culture abroad.
"Kenbu" is a performance using Japanese swords and fans to the accompaniment of poetry. There are over 100 schools of this traditional Japanese art form. In 2019, they danced in Iwaki-city, Fukushima.
KiTEN plans, develops and sells organic cotton products using traditional cotton grown organically mainly in Iwaki City, Fukushima. They started this business after the disaster.
In Naraha, the town where the 2nd nuclear power plant is located, she worked as an employee of the town hall to support the residents, despite being a victim of the disaster herself. (until 2019)
Former MP and Deputy Mayor of London, who has been energetically supporting Fukushima and Tohoku after the earthquake as well as her local community
Elected to the Council in 2010 for the first time and elected to serve as Mayor of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea for a year from May 2020.
An acclaimed Japanese guitarist, songwriter, composer, performer and record producer who currently resides in London.
Pianist, Composer and Goodwill Ambassador of Hirono Town, Fukushima. He has organized numerous Tsunami charity concerts throughout Europe, UK and Tohoku in aid of orphans and children in need.
An organisation, formed in 1993, of people residing in the UK with a connection to Fukushima prefecture. They have been actively supporting Fukushima since the disaster. Event organiser