Apr 12, 2022
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Hope you were able to enjoy the sakura blossoms over the last two weeks - always a nice start to the fiscal year in Japan :)
Here are some updates and upcoming live walking tours, interesting talks with good people doing great things in Japan, trips, events, and Twitter highlights.
Walking to Fudoin Temple tomorrow - one of favorite spots to take a long walk to Such beautiful carpentry to appreciate and always a quiet, peaceful place to destress - Join Live on HeyGo
Heading to Rabbit Island for cute fluffy bunny interaction and walk around island & see ruins of poison gas history - join me on @heygolive 10am live
Upcoming Seek Sustainable Japan Talks
Dr.Shelley Clarke - Oceanographer & Sustainable Rural Japan Community Builder
Dr.Shelley Clarke is based in a small town in Shizuoka with a population of 300 people where she is active in the local community, helping to revive the town
Mina Martinez runs an animal shelter in Chiba where she takes in animals that are discarded pets, abandoned or abused. Exotic animals, farm animals, pet-cafe - where does she get the energy to take care of 80 animals?!
Posts on the InboundAmbassador Website
Can Japan’s Coffee Culture Be More Sustainable? – Sustainable Inspiration from JapanFrom coffee-filled childhood memories to coffee culture in Japan- like many of us, I am obsessed with good coffee. But are some styles more sustainable than others?www.inboundambassador.com • Share
Podcasts – Sustainable Inspiration from JapanFor Audio Lovers of the Seeking Sustainability LIVE Podcast series – thanks for tuning in!
How far are you willing to take your dedication to what you love? This is a question I asked myself after talking with Mina Martinez who runs the AnimO animal sanctuary in Chiba, Japan
On a recent job application video call, the interviewer seemed uncomfortable with me from the start– averting eye-contact to the side of the screen where reading and typing seemed a more important…
Have a great week!