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Our future with quantum computers vol.2 – Interview with Terabe Masayoshi

-What kind of attitudes should the students, including the international students in Japan, take toward their studies? I want to make it clear that it is my opinion, but I want them to be the people who can create something that only they can do. In order to be this kind of person, I think it is very important to make your own field combining...

Our future with quantum computers vol.1 – An Interview with Terabe Masayoshi

Today, we interviewed with Terabe Masayoshi, who is the author of  “Our future that quantum computers change”. He is the leading person of practical use of quantum computing field. In 2007 he obtained a master’s degree in quantum technology.Since 2007, he worked in auto industry and dedicated to onboard communication development, standardization acts in Germany, and sensing technology development for autonomous cars. He is also...

Lookism in Japan – A myth of double-eyelid

It is not too much to say that most of Japanese people, mostly young women are cursed by lookism. In 2019, there was a trend on twitter that shows “93% of Japanese teenager girls are not confident in their appearance.” As well as this, a company was criticized because it prohibited to wear glasses for women because women wearing glasses give a cold-hearted impression. Even...

Renaissance of KATSUSHIKA HOKUSAI

Katsushika Hokusai, he is a representing of Japanese Ukiyo-e artist in 19th century. He was born in current Sumida-city in Tokyo and he apprenticed to Syunyou Katsukawa, a popular Ukiyo-e artist at the time,  at the age of 19. After his independence, he learned various techniques such as Rimpa style and western tsushika Hokusai, he is a representing of Japanese Ukiyoe artist in 19th century....

Amabie Providing Hope in Coronavirus

As coronavirus cases continue to rise in Japan and around the world it is difficult to know when and how life will return to normal. In some ways, we have started returning to a more traditional way of living with no flights, staying home and spending lots of time with family. In Japan, some people have turned to a traditional Japanese legendary creature – Amabie...