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新しい時代の衣服の作り方|An idea of clothes for the new era | Yuima Nakazato | TEDxNamba
17:26
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新しい時代の衣服の作り方|An idea of clothes for the new era | Yuima Nakazato | TEDxNamba

「一点物の服をより多くの人に届けたい」という新しい衣服の価値観に、このファストファッションが主流とも言える現代で挑戦し続ける中里さん。”一点物の服は人を幸せにする”そんな思いが中里さんの原点となっています。 針と糸を使わずに服を作り出す技術や水分から服を生み出す技術など、従来の考えにとらわれることなくファッションへの追求を止めない中里さんの挑戦には目が離せません。 Mr. Nakazato believes that one-of-a-kind clothes makes people happy. In this world where fast fashion can be said to be the mainstream, Mr.Nakazato challenges to make one-of-a-kind clothes to as many people as possible. Today, he does not stop pursuing fashion and creates unconventional ways of making clothes, including producing clothes without using needle and thread and making clothes out of water. You cannot miss what ideas he will come up with next. ベルギー・アントワープ王立芸術アカデミーを日本人 最年少で卒業し、欧州最大の学生コンテストのインター ナショナル・タレント・サポート(ITS)で2年連続受賞。 2009年に自身のファッションレーベル「YUIMA NAKA-ZATO」を設立。 2016年7月、日本人として史上2人目、森英恵氏以来 12年ぶりとなるパリ・オートクチュール・ファッション ウィーク公式ゲストデザイナーのひとりに選ばれ、 コレクションを発表。 その後も継続的にパリでコレクションを発表し、テクノ ロジーとクラフトマンシップを融合させたものづくり を提案している。 Mr. Nakazato graduated from Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Antwerp as a youngest Japanese and was awarded two years in a row at ITS which is the largest student contest in Europe. He launched in 2009 his own label YUIMA NAKA-ZATO. July 2016, 12 years after Hanae Mori was selected, he was chosen as the second Japanese guest designer at Paris Fashion Week and introduced a collection there. Since then he has continuously introduced his new collection in Paris, making clothes by fusing technology and craftsmanship. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
屋島  Yashima | Yuichi Otsuki | TEDxNamba
03:57
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屋島  Yashima | Yuichi Otsuki | TEDxNamba

大阪府出身のシテ方観世流能楽師である大槻裕一さん。 2005年「俊成忠度」で初シテ、2013年3月に大槻文藏さんの芸弟子となり、歌舞伎やクラシックなど他分野とのコラボレーションを通じて文化の継承に貢献されてきました。 今回は「屋島」という作品をお送りします。 衣装や能面の表情、お囃子の様子。 普段では見られないアングルで撮影させていただきました。ぜひご注目ください。 ユネスコ無形文化遺産にも認定された 室町時代から続く日本の伝統芸能「能楽」を存分にご覧あれ。 Mr. Yuichi Otsuki is one of the Shite-kata Kansei-ryu Noh actors from Osaka. In 2005, he became a Shite-kata (protagonist) for the first time within the play of “Shunzei-Tadanori”. In 2013, he became a pupil of Mr. Bunzo Otsuki. From then, he has contributed to preserve Noh through collaborating with other entertainments such as Kabuki and classical music. Today, we will show you a Noh play, “Yashima”. We could film costume, Noh masks’ expressions and Ohayashi (Japanese Orchestra) from angles which you can rarely see in other places. So please pay attention to them. Noh, a Japanese traditional entertainment established in Muromachi Period, was recognized as an intangible cultural heritage by UNESCO recently. Please enjoy the Noh world! 二〇〇〇年仕舞「老松」にて初舞台。二〇〇五年「俊成忠度」にて初シテ。「檀風」「烏帽子折」など数多くの子方を勤め二〇一二年に「海士」子方にて子方終了。二「千歳」、「石橋」赤獅子を披く。二〇一三年「翁 父之尉延命冠者」延命冠者にて初面。同年三月に大槻文藏の芸養子となる。二〇一四年師父と共に「大槻文藏裕一の会」を主催、同年十二月に「乱」を披く。「市川海老蔵特別公演」や「大阪クラシック」など他分野とのコラボ公演にも多数出演。 This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
太陽と宇宙の爆発現象の謎を追って | Kazunari Shibata | TEDxNamba
19:08
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太陽と宇宙の爆発現象の謎を追って | Kazunari Shibata | TEDxNamba

宇宙物理学者・理学博士として京都大学で太陽物理学を研究されている柴田一成さん。 世界中で名だたる賞を多く受賞され第一線でご活躍されています。 毎日私たちが見ている身近な「太陽」ですが、実はまだまだ分からないことだらけ。 今回はそんな「太陽」が起こす興味深い現象と、地球に与える影響について語ります。 太陽と宇宙の神秘的なお話の世界へ行ってらっしゃい! Dr. Kazunari Shibata, an astrophysicist in Kyoto University, studies solar physics. He has been awarded many prestigious prizes in the world and has been active at the forefront. We always see sun and are very familiar with it but there are many things that we don’t know yet. Today, he tells us a very interesting phenomenon in the “Sun” and the impact it has on the earth. He will take you a mysterious journey of the “Sun” and the universe stories and I hope you enjoy listening to it. 京都大学名誉教授、同志社大学客員教授。 1954年生まれ、大阪府出身。京都大学理学研究科附属 天 文 台 長( 15年間)、京都大学宇宙ユニット長 、日 本 天文学会長を歴任。2001年日本天文学会林忠四郎賞を受賞。2020年 「太陽及び宇宙における磁気プラズマの特性や振る舞いに関する極めて優れた研究成果」によりアメリカ天文学会ヘール賞を受賞。著書は『太陽の科学』、『とんでもなくおもしろい宇宙』ほか多数。 In 1954, he was born in Osaka. He worked for 15 years at an Astronomical Observatory in Kyoto University as a director. Then, he served as an unit chairman of synergetic studies for space in Kyoto University and a president of The Astronomical Society of Japan. He was awarded the Hayashi Chushiro Prize in 2001. In 2020, He won the George Ellery Hale Prize for his “outstanding work on the properties and behavior of magnetized solar and astrophysical plasmas.” He has written several books such as “Taiyo-no-Kagaku”, “Tondemonaku-Omoshiroi-Uchu” and so on. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
逆境をプラスに変える方法|How to Transform Adversity into Opportunity | EMIKO KONO | TEDxNamba
18:44
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逆境をプラスに変える方法|How to Transform Adversity into Opportunity | EMIKO KONO | TEDxNamba

子どもを持った女性は外科の世界で必要とされない。 そんな現実をつきつけられた河野さん。周りの外科医は味方についてくれず、圧倒的に生きづらいといえる環境の中それでも河野さんは外科医として生きていくことを選びます。 逆境の中で導き出した彼女の生きる道とは。河野さんの生きざまは次第に周囲をも巻き込み、外科医の世界を変えるきっかけとなっていきます。 Ms. Kono faced a reality which was that female surgeon with young children would not be needed and given any job. After she gave birth, she found that there was no surgeon who supported her. It was an overwelmingly difficult situation for her, however she chose to live as a surgeon. The way she lives has gradually influenced people around her and eventually things in the surgical world start to change for the better. Ms. Kono experienced a traffic accident which made her in a dying condition. From that experience, she decided to be a surgeon with double license of nurse and doctor. The world of surgeon is still male-dominated and she clears a path for surgeon from a perspective of woman with unique ideas. She has done many things including development of surgical equipments which can be used by both male and female doctors and establishment of AEGIS-women which supports female gastroenterological surgeons. In addition, her achievements related to gender equality were highly evaluated and as a result, she was awarded by the government. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
普通の人が世界を変える方法|How Ordinary People Change the World | Miho Akasaka | TEDxNamba
10:52
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普通の人が世界を変える方法|How Ordinary People Change the World | Miho Akasaka | TEDxNamba

赤坂さんが主導する子連れMBAは今や全国各地から述べ三千人以上ものママが参加する大きなコミュニティとなりました。しかしその始まりは赤坂さんの、片手に握ったスマホで打った「赤ちゃん連れで勉強会しいひん?」の一言でした。 ”普通の人”である赤坂さんがこれほど大きなコミュニティを作り出せたのには何か秘訣があるのでしょうか。様々なことに果敢に挑戦してきた赤坂さんのメッセージは必見です。 "Kozure MBA"(a place where moms can learn business with children) now becomes a big community which has welcomed more than 3000 participants from all over Japan so far. Yet the begining of it was a casual word from Ms. Akasaka to one of her friends, "would you like to study with baby? ". She defines herself as an ordinary person just like anyone else so why was it possible for her to establish such a big organization? Is there any secret? Today as someone who has challenged variety of things, Ms.Akasaka has some messages to tell you. 東京やNYの事業会社や金融機関にて財務会計やM&Aの仕事を経験後、出産のため京都へ戻る。出産・育児をしながら大学院を卒業。関西では大手メーカー での海外事業推進や経営企画、教育機関での学部立ち上げに携わる。 一般社団法人ぷちでガチでは、のべ2,000人以上が参加 する「子連れMBA」を運営し、子育て世代発の社会課題の解決を進める。 She worked as a financial accounting and did M&A in Tokyo and NY before she returned to her hometown Kyoto for birth. While raising kids, she finished her master course. In Kansai she worked in a major manufacturer , promoting overseas business and doing corporate planning and in an educational institution, she engaged with establishing a faculty. At her business "Puchi de Gachi", she is running Kozure MBA(a community where mums can learn with kids) which over 2000 people have participated so far, trying to solve social issues from the standpoint of parents with small kids. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx