Part II – Is It Right to Require Wheelchair User Customers to Pay More for Wheelchair Accessible Seats?

Part II – Is It Right to Require Wheelchair User Customers to Pay More for Wheelchair Accessible Seats?

After talking with the customer service of the musical play service provider yesterday, I spoke with a friend who is familiar with law and found the service provider is not compliant with the Act on the Elimination of Discrimination against Persons with Disabilities. After I messaged to the theater about this, I got a reply from them.

Talked About “Relationship and Marriage As a Person with Disability” in Houdoukyoku

Talked About “Relationship and Marriage As a Person with Disability” in Houdoukyoku

As I announced in my previous post, Jeff and I were broadcasted in “Houdoukyoku”, an online program of Fuji TV in Japan. We talked about the easy-to-wear wedding dress that I wore for Co-Co Life magazine in the beginning, and shared some episodes of our relationship and marriage life. I think we enjoyed talking about cultural differences (diet differences?) more than disability related topics. hahaha. We really appreciate Fuji TV for this precious opportunity! We enjoyed and loved the show!

Meet Senator Thomas Harkin at A Reception at U.S. Ambassador Residence

Meet Senator Thomas Harkin at A Reception at U.S. Ambassador Residence

This week has been very special for me. On September 27th, I was invited to a reception of disability community with Senator Thomas Harkin at the U.S. Ambassador Residence in Tokyo. Senator Thomas Harkin is one of the important people that push ADA (The Americans with Disabilities Act) to be signed into law and has put strong effort to eliminate discriminations against people with disabilities over 30 years.