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Working every day,
eating every day,
and laughing every day,
should bea part of
our daily lives.
However,
there are those who cannot do what we would consider as our daily activities.
Japan continues to be a difficult environment
for those with disabilities to join the workforce and be a part of the community.
How difficult is it for people with mental,
intellectual and physical challenges to live like others in our current society?
To create a society where each individual
can shine and work together…
We would like for everyone to participate in the event, and understand the current social conditions that surround the people with disabilities. We are starting the LIVES Project today,
with the vision to create a society where everybody can work, eat, and laugh together – as ONE!
LIVES Project has started!!

Beverly sings the LIVES Theme Song, sound produced by Tsunku.

 In 2014, music producer Tsunku was diagnosed with laryngeal cancer and went through a vocal cord extraction surgery. In agreement with the purpose and mission of the LIVES project, he composed and produced the event theme song for Hands On Tokyo. Based on his own experience, the song contains his feelings and it is appealing to many people. “Beverly” who was appointed to sing the opening theme “I need your love” for a TV drama, will be singing this Theme song. An amazing collaboration of Tsunku and Beverly!
Tsunku's photoBeverly's photo

Event Outline

Host Hands On Tokyo
Date & Time Sunday, September 10th, 2017 10:00 〜 17:00
Venue Tokyo Midtown: Hall A, Hall B & Canopy Square
(9-7-1 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo) )
Cost Free
(Registration needed for Hall A talk session: Register Here)
Contents Hall A: Keynote speech/panel sessions
• Hall B: Exhibits of Art by persons with disabilities, exhibits of corporate activities, etc.
• Canopy Square: Café, Paralympic experience
Special Sponsor The Nippon Foundation
Sponsors Mitsui Fudosan Co., Ltd., Daiwa House Industry Co., Ltd., All Stars Foundation, PASONA Inc., Nippon Chemiphar Co, Ltd.
Supported by U.S. Embassy, Embassy of Switzerland in Japan, Cabinet Office, Ministry of Health, Labour & Welfare, Minato City
Planned by NPO Ubdobe, Frontier International Co., Ltd.

Event Areas

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Midtown Hall A
Session / Performance Acceptance end Official registration is closed due to full capacity. However, please check at the Hall A reception desk after 10 am as there may be seats available due to cancellation.
Midtown Hall B
Exhibition / Music Free
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Midtown Hall B
Exhibition / Music Free
Canopy Square image
Canopy Square
Café / Para Sports Free

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Midtown Hall A Acceptance end

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Midtown Hall B Learn more

  • 11:00 OPEN!!
  • 11:30
    Universal Manner Test Level 3
  • 12:20
    LIVE music
  • 13:00
    Demonstration by Service Dog
  • 13:15
    Flash Mob
  • 13:40
    LIVE music “Ta to E”
  • 14:30
    Universal Manner Test Level 3
  • 15:10
    Demonstration by Service Dog
  • 15:40
    LIVE music “LoopPool”
  • 16:30
    CLOSE

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Canopy Square Learn more

  • 11:30 OPEN!!
  • 11:30
    Para Track & Field (Prosthetic leg & racer experience) 45 minutes
    Wheelchair basketball experience 45 minutes
    11:30
  • 13:00
    Talk Session 30 minutes & Chorus
  • 14:30
    Para Track & Field (Prosthetic leg & racer experience) 45 minutes
    Wheelchair rugby experience 45 minutes
    14:00
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    Wheelchair basketball experience 45 minutes
    Para Track & Field experience 30 minutes
    Wheelchair rugby experience 45 minutes
    15:30 16:00
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    CLOSE

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Location/Access

Tokyo Midtown

9-7-1 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo

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<By Subway>

Toei Oedo Line
Direct link from Roppongi Station [Exit 8]
Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
Direct link via underground passageway from Roppongi Station [Exit 4a]
*Passengers taking Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line with wheelchairs or strollers are encouraged to go up to the ground level from Roppongi Station [Exit 4a].
Tokyo Metro Chiyoda Line
A 3-minute walk from Nogizaka Station [Exit 3]
Tokyo Metro Namboku Line
A 10-minute walk from Roppongi-itchome Station [Exit 1]

<By Bus>

Toei Route 01
A 2-minute walk from "Roppongi-ekimae" bus stop
Community Bus "Chi-i-bus"
A 1-minute walk from "Roppongi 7-chome" or "Hinokicho Koen" bus stop

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はたらく

To work means to connect with society. Work environment that is necessary for people to be independant, is an environment that extends the employment conditions focusing on the individual skills and talents, and an environment that promotes understanding among people in the workforce.

たべる

To eat is a vital part of life. Energy that is important to have a healthy and happy life, is to form a society where everybody can share the delicious food that you eat.

わらう

“To laugh” enriches our lives. A society where we can share our communication, is a society where we respect each other’s diverse characteristics and share the same value and move forward

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