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Creating Nagoya's Future night

10 (金)
coffee shop or cafe where one can read manga, often has Internet facilities
3,000 yen (tax included)


Daisuke Yamazaki

I am Daisuke Yamazaki, Vice President.

Finally, a new event will start in Nagoya.
The name of the event is "Nagoya's Future in the Night".
We will enjoy talking together with you,
This event is to think about the future of Nagoya and the Tokai region together.

MOTHERHOUSE now has three stores in Nagoya.
And, talking to customers in Nagoya and Tokai every day,
I am thinking about what we can do for the future of this community.
So, the Corona Disaster also opened, connecting people with each other.
It is only now that we are able to feel real,
We would like to organize an event to think about the future of Nagoya.

Each time, we spotlight the challengers who will create the future of Nagoya and the Tokai region,
Yamazaki will hear about their lives and challenges.
We will then involve the participants to think about the future of the community together.
Afterwards, there will be a reception and light refreshments for everyone to connect with each other.

The guests of the first dialogue were,
Megumi Nabata, President, Nishiki 2-chome Area Management Co.
Nishiki 2-chome, Nagoya, was originally one of Japan's leading textile districts.
Nishiki 2-chome, with the involvement of various community members,
Mr. Nabata is developing a new "town" while blending history and the future.
Behind the scenes, new urban development efforts are being made.

How are you creating "Kaijo," a town where people gather?
With so much history and people involved, how do we involve different people in the city's development?
How will it breathe life into a contemporary place that tends to be inorganic?

Nishiki 2-chome base, and at the cafe "Cafe Nanaban",
We will listen to Mr. Nabata's story and consider the future of Nagoya.
We hope you will feel free to join us.

We look forward to your participation.

Event Summary
Date: Friday, November 10, 19:00-22:00
Format: Talk session (90 minutes) + Reception (90 minutes, one drink and light meal included)
Location: coffee shop or cafe where one can read manga, often has Internet facilities
(5 minute walk from Fushimi Station #1, (5-minute walk from Marunouchi Station, Exit 5 or 6)
Fee: 3,000 yen (including tax and reception fee)

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Guest: Megumi Nabata (Nabatamegumi)

Representative Director, Nishiki 2-chome Area Management Co.
Representative Director, NPO Machi-no-Engawa Ikumitai

Born in Kasugai City, Aichi Prefecture.
When I was a university student, I was involved in the preservation of an old building (Yugikikan/Nagoya City),
Began studying under the late Yasuhiro Nobuto, a major figure in city planning.

The "community veranda" as a place to interact with the community and to promote the community,
He is involved as a facilitator in community activities and public projects throughout Japan.

He has also been involved with the Nagoya Nishiki 2-chome district, his home base, since he was a student there,
He has managed the Nishiki 2-chome Town Hall and supported its planning and activities.

In March 2018, he launched Nishiki 2-chome Area Management Corporation together with a land-based organization,
Runs a community development center, "Coffee Shop/Space No. 7".

Facilitator: Daisuke Yamazaki

MOTHERHOUSE executive vice-president
Born in Tokyo in 1980. Graduated from Keio University, Faculty of Policy Studies,
Gold He joined Mansachs Securities as an economist.

He decided to join the management of MOTHERHOUSE, a company he had been involved with since before the company was founded,
He became Executive Vice President in 2007 and Representative Director and Vice President in 2007.
He travels overseas, mainly to developing countries, and is involved in both marketing and production.

He runs "Warm Heart, Cool Head.", a management seminar to "give shape to your thoughts".
He is an external director of Que Inc. and an external board member of the Japan Blind Soccer Association.

MOTHERHOUSE Nagoya flagship store
Business hours Weekdays: 11:00 - 20:00
Saturdays, Sundays and holidays: 10:00 - 20:00
Phone number 052-265-9797

10 (金)
coffee shop or cafe where one can read manga, often has Internet facilities
3,000 yen (tax included)


Daisuke Yamazaki

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