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Panel Discussion | SusHi Tech Tokyo 2024

What considerations and actions should we focus on for the future? Experts will discuss these topics in panel discussions, each focusing on one of seven different themes.

Ariake Arena

Panel Discussion


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What considerations and actions should we focus on for the future? Experts will discuss these topics in panel discussions, each focusing on one of seven different themes.

2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. 5/19(Sun)
Theme: FOOD "To preserve Tokyo’s rich food culture until 2050"

Tokyo’s food self-sufficiency ratio is almost zero. We will discuss the self-sufficiency situation and a sustainable food culture, and think about the Eat Better options to create a better future.


Shinobu Namae image

Shinobu Namae

Shiina Tsuyuki image

Shiina Tsuyuki
(environmental activist)

Satoru Shimokawa image

Satoru Shimokawa
(Waseda University)

5:30 p.m.-6:30 p.m. 5/19(Sun)
Theme: MOBILITY "A sustainable mobility society"

A future mobility vehicle, Raptor, is on display at the event. Three of the developers will talk about the background and their passion for its development. They will also discuss how mobility devices will evolve and bring about social changes in the future.


Anri Sugihara image

Anri Sugihara

Takayuki Furuta image

Takayuki Furuta
(Future Robotics Technology Center, Chiba Institute of Technology(fuRo))

Tetsuya Konishi image

Tetsuya Konishi
(exiii design)

12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m. 5/20(Mon)
Theme: LIVE "Human activities that remain unchanged in the face of technology evolution"

How has technological evolution changed urban development and architecture? Experts will give their views on the current status quo. They will also think about the mindset and behavioral options people should have to create a better future.


Motoko Tanaka image

Motoko Tanaka

David Sim image

David Sim

Yoshihiko Oshima image

Yoshihiko Oshima
(blue studio)

3:00 p.m.-4:00 p.m. 5/20(Mon)
Theme: DESIGN "Sustainable designs for coexistence of people and nature"

This session looks at the definition of the term “sustainable,” the keyword of this event, and plainly unravels its history dating as far back as to the Edo period. Experts will also think about how sustainable designs will change future life and business.


Eisuke Tachikawa image

Eisuke Tachikawa

Azby Brown image

Azby Brown
(Future Design Institute)

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Kae Takase
(Renewable Energy Institute)

5:00 p.m.-6:00 p.m. 5/20(Mon)
Theme: LEARN "Textbooks of 2050"

Experts will look at what types of entrepreneurship are currently needed as well as the skills necessary for global players. They will also discuss how social transformation will change education in the future.


Tomohiro Hoshi image

Tomohiro Hoshi
(Stanford Online)

Yoichi Ito image

Yoichi Ito
(Musashino University Faculty of Entrepreneurship)

Aya Kubo image

Aya Kubo

12:30 p.m.-1:30 p.m. 5/21(Tue)
Theme: WORK "A happiness circular economy"

Experts will plainly explain what a “circular economy” is really like by looking at advanced cases and overseas experiences. They will also talk about the future vision of Tokyo in their mind, using “happiness” as a keyword.


Akihiro Yasui image

Akihiro Yasui
(Circular Initiatives&Partners)

Kazuya Kubota image

Kazuya Kubota
(4P's corporation)

Yu Kato image

Yu Kato

Mariko Sugita image

Mariko Sugita
(urban designer)

2:00 p.m.-3:00 p.m. 5/21(Tue)
Theme: DE&I


Aisako Tsuji image

Aisako Tsuji

Kana Kawaguchi image

Kana Kawaguchi


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