On February 24, the first event of “KIMINITOU” will take place.

This year, marking 10 years since the Great East Japan Earthquake, is also 10 years since the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant.
In “KIMINITOU,” we will focus on these issues Japan is facing regarding nuclear power, and energy policies for the future.

TOSHI-LOW, who has been rushing to disaster-hit areas in Tohoku and other parts of Japan since the disaster, providing restoration assistance.

SUGIZO, who has a keen interest in energy issues, thinking and working on issues and future on a global scale.

Junya Ogawa, a member of the House of Representatives, who believes that one of the most important issues in Japan is to create a sustainable energy policy.

With these 3 as special guests, Joe Yokomizo, editor-in-chief of “KIMINITOU,” who has been visiting the nuclear power plant as a journalist every year since the disaster, will serve as MC for the event.

The event will consist of a talking session and a music live.
Music and art have always taken us outside of information, common sense, and norms, allowing us to think freely.
Through talks and live music by guests who have been active in various fields, we will share time to “know,” “think,” and “feel,” and “seek answers” that will lead to the future.

Live broadcasting will also be available, so please take this opportunity to join us.


―10 years after 3.11(Great Japan East Earthauquake). Questioning the future of the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant and energy policy―


On 24th February
Doors at 17:00 / Start at 17:30 / End at 19:45

LOFT9 Shibuya
1F KINOHAUS, 1-5 Maruyamacho, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo
TEL 03-5784-1239

・Guest Speakers
Junya Ogawa [Member of the House of Representatives, Rikken Democratic Party]


Joe Yokomizo [Editor-in-Chief of “KIMINITOU”]

Entry ¥4,000+1 Drink booking

Live Streaming ¥3,000 booking


【Hosted by】
KIMINITOU / Incorporated Association VOICE
info@kiminitou.com | kiminitou.com

*The event will be broadcasted on TwitCasting Premium too.
*Due to the Declaration of a State of Emergency, the event will be held in accordance with the “Guidelines for Preventing the Spread of Coronavirus Infection in Live Halls and Live Houses“.