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To create new movement between Brazil and Japan
I'm Japenese-Carioca architect who live in Sao paulo from 2009.
I'm working at Japanese construction company in Sao Paulo to design factories, offices and commerce facilities.
My life is determined when I lived in Rio de Janeiro during my adolescence.
In order to make something Designing movement between Brazil and Japan, completed my job experience in the architectural firm and web designing company in Tokyo.
I quit my job in 2008 which celebrated the 100th anniversary of Japanese immigration in Brazil, and now I'm practicing "Re-Dekassegui Life(Re-Migrant Life)" in Sao Paulo from January, 2009
What is "Re-Dekassegui Life(Re-Migrant Life)" ??
Until now Migrant that aspect might be strong to get the means of livelihood or money.
However, now that is changing the values of happiness, not only for their livelihood.
I think the form of a new migrant is to acquire something else more important things.
So I was named this kind of a new migrant "Re-Dekassegui (Re-Migrant)".
"O sabio nao eh o que sabe. O sabio eh o que faz.
(The wise man is not who knows many things. The wise man is what makes.)"
by Medical Doctor of Ayrton Senna.
Why I’m on Couchsurfing
HOW I PARTICIPATE IN COUCHSURFING
My friend is CS user.
Drawings by Lina Bo Bardi.
Freehand curve drawn by Oscar Niemeyer.
Shout of Elza Soares.
All words of Taro Okamoto(Japanese famous artist).
Music, Movies, and Books
Abril Despedacado(by Walter Salles)
Moe no suzaku(by Naomi Kawase)
Sarasouju(by Naomi Kawase)
Whisky(by Juan Pablo Rebella and Pablo Stoll)
La Heine(by Mathieu Kassovitz)
Ann Sally, Elza Soares, Paulinho Moska, Fernanda Takai, Marcelo D2, Macy Gray, Wyclef Jean, The Phercyde
One Amazing Thing I’ve Done
When I came to Brazil at first time in my childhood...
Countries I’ve Visited
Argentina, China, Colombia, Egypt, Ethiopia, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Maldives, Paraguay, Peru, Portugal, Singapore, Spain, Syrian Arab Republic, Thailand, Turkey, United States
Countries I’ve Lived In