Next Event

15 JUN


If you are interested in joining us as a presenter, please send the following details by Sunday, May 25th to pechakuchakyo@gmail.com.

1. Name and occupation / professional title (ex. photographer)

2. Brief introduction of yourself/short biography (up to 50 words)

3. Proposed presentation topic and summary of talk contents (up to 50 words)

4. Language of presentation (English or Japanese)

このイベントでプレゼンテーションをしたい!とお考えの方は、5月25日まで以下の情報をメールにて「pechakuchakyo@gmail.com」までお送りください。ご応募されました後、再度こちらから御案内のメールを差し上げます。 ※応募者多数の場合は、発表者は後日メールを持ってお知らせさせていただきますのでご了承下さい。

1. 氏名、職業/肩書き 2. 簡単な自己紹介(約100文字) 3. プレゼンテーションの題目と話の内容のまとめ(約100文字) 4. 発表言語(英語・日本語)



Video from PKN Kyoto

On the week where we are again celebrating on the front page of the site the fact that we love seeing videos from our PechaKucha Nights around the world, here is another great one to fall in our laps, this time for a series rather close to our HQ, and that's PechaKucha Kyoto. Watch the video here, or embedded below.

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About the City's Organizers

  • Ash Ryan

    Ash Ryan is a beatmaker and musician. Heavily influenced by electropop, hiphop, and folk-country music, he creates beats, tracks, and remixes at his studio at Ponte M in Osaka. With much of the spirit of his music coming from traveling, Ash started the Beat Journey in 2011. Get in touch for events, video game music, software sound, film BGM, and collaborative creative projects.

  • Eric Luong

    Originally from Canada, Eric Luong is a translator and full-time instructor at the Kyoto University of Art and Design. He has a soft spot for Spanish wines and anything with shrimp. He supports the Toronto Maple Leafs.

  • Tomoko Ishii

    Did you call me? No, seriously.... I think you left a message.... Oh was it not you? Oh...