I am going to give a talk in a seminar of employment for People with Disabilities (PwD) at Keio University next month. If this is one of your concerned topics, this is an event you cannot miss!
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.
The other day, my friend recommended me to watch, a musical “Singin’ in the Rain” in Tokyo. After I purchased a ticket, on the purchase screen, I was told that I need to contact the information center after booking for wheelchair accessibility information. When I contacted them, I was asked…
Sharing information about Rooted in Rights, which needs your help to get their activity going.
I was very honored to be invited to give a talk at “Inclusive Working Environment Forum for people with and without disabilities” on March 10.
I am pleased to announce that I am going to give a talk at the “Inclusive Working Environment Forum for people with and without disabilities” in the building for the House of Representatives in Tokyo.
Sharing my latest news: new job, giving a talk, writing an article for a Japanese disability organization.
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!
I have great news today. Jeff and I will be on “Houdoukyoku（ホウドウキョク）”, an internet live program of Fuji Television, tonight!! We will be talking about “Co-Co Life”, a free magazine for women with disabilities, and our relationship and marriage episodes. Don’t miss it!
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.