PechaKucha Presentation

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Osamu Nishida

Architect, Founder of ondesign, ondesign in Tokyo

YOKOHAMA is HOT?!

PRESENTED ON OCT 01, 2016
IN OSAKA @ VOL 14

スポーツにまつわる場所やことが、クリエイティブを掛け合わせるともっと面白くなる。わくわくしっぱなしのプレゼンテーション(つかみもばっちり!)を、PechaKucha Night YokohamaのCity Organizer、西田司さんが届けてくれました。

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