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Clothing: FASHION MUSEUM | SusHi Tech Tokyo 2024

In the future Tokyo, what fashion styles will be chosen? Visitors will collaborate with stylists and artists to redefine future fashion through the exploration of materials, colors and shapes. This section will feature museum-like exhibitions and workshops where visitors can repair clothing items they bring. Additionally, various booths will be available, for example, one to offer artistic photo- or video-taking experiences.

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Clothing: FASHION MUSEUM

5/12(Sun), 5/18(Sat), 5/19(Sun), 5/25(Sat), 5/26(Sun)

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In the future Tokyo, what fashion styles will be chosen? Visitors will collaborate with stylists and artists to redefine future fashion through the exploration of materials, colors and shapes. This section will feature museum-like exhibitions and workshops where visitors can repair clothing items they bring. Additionally, various booths will be available, for example, one to offer artistic photo- or video-taking experiences.

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Isseki Todokoro

He was born in Tokyo in 1979 and spent his childhood in Peru, Guatemala, and Jordan. After graduating from Aoyama Gakuin University in 2003, he founded "Triple e," a limited liability company focused on planning and showcasing the “intervals” observed among humans, time, and space. Additionally, he serves as a producer for apparel brands, including Dr. Franken and FUGAHUM. He has served as a director for events hosted by public organizations such as JAXA and Cool Japan Fund, as well as domestic and overseas events in the fashion and art industries, including those sponsored by the Thai government. His expertise spans marketing, product development, website-related work, and interior design. Furthermore, he is a director of Tonakaima Kenkyukai, a social welfare corporation.