Alisaun and Keigo Fukugaki, along with Nina Mehta travel to Tokyo, from San Francisco to bring together the minds of young minds and entrepreneurs to create new ideas for the future of Japan. Starting off in the Bay Area city, the trio expanded and grown over time, creating some amazing memories and new invative ideas with new people. Traveling abroad is their goal to see what is out in the world, and how they can help make it a better place.
Start Up the PartyPRESENTED ON SEP 18, 2014
IN TOKYO @ POWERED BY PECHAKUCHA: STARTUP THE PARTY SF X TOKYO
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