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  • Updated: July 2022, 08
    [Finished] [9/16-18 Tokyo] 7th Organic Forum Japan "Organic Lifestyle EXPO"

    Organized by General Incorporated Association Organic Forum Japan, the "7th Organic Lifestyle EXPO" has the main themes as the promotion of "Organic 3.0" advocated by IFOAM (International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements), which leads the world's organic agriculture, and the United Nations. It will be held with the aim of realizing the “Sustainable Development Goals SDGs,” which has been advocated by and has become popular in Japan.At the venue, organic brands such as fresh vegetables boasted by producers working on organic farming, carefully selected processed foods, imported ingredients, organic and natural cosmetics, eco-friendly household goods, gardening, and even local government initiatives will be gathered together. increase.
    Seishoku Kyokai exhibits at "3F-3" on the 07rd floor.Please come and visit us.

    [Exhibition outline]
    7th OrganicForumJapan "Organic Lifestyle EXPO"

    Date: September 2022th (Friday) to 9th (Sunday), 16 18:10 to 17:XNUMX
    Venue: Tokyo Metropolitan Industry and Trade Center (Hamamatsucho Building 2-5F)
    Entrance fee: 1,000 yen (tax included)
    *From the official websiteFree admission with pre-registrationIt will be.

    Organic Lifestyle EXPO 2022 Official Site

    [Application (advance registration)]
    The admission fee of 1,000 yen will be free by registering for admission in advance from the "Guide to Visitors" page on the official website.

    [Free lecture]
    On Saturday, September 9, from 17:13 on the presentation stage on the 5th floor, there will be a lecture entitled "Food Education and Organics."The lecturer is Mr. Taka Yamaguchi, an editor who mainly works on food education and organic.

    <Introduction of the speaker: Taka Yamaguchi>
    Working on the theme of food education and organic. In 1997, he launched Japan's first organic magazine, "ORgA," and in 2001, "Organic Telephone Directory."He coordinated the manga "Oishinbo" Volume 101 "Food Safety" and appeared as an "organic pilot" in the work. Since 2005, he has been working with Yukio Hattori to publish food education. With the theme of “becoming a person who correctly communicates food education and organics”, he actively promotes food education and organic promotion consulting and lecture activities in municipalities.

  • Updated: July 2020, 07
    Efforts and Requests Regarding New Coronavirus Infectious Disease Control

    About requests to participants in holding cooking classes

    Please refrain from participating if you fall under any of the following.

    1. Those who have a fever of 37.5 degrees or higher, or those who continue to have a fever
    2. Those with cold symptoms (fever, cough, sneezing, sore throat, etc.)
    3. Those with strong fatigue (fatigue) or shortness of breath (dyspnea)
    4. Those who have a patient or a close contact with the new coronavirus infection nearby
    5. Those who have not passed 14 days since entering Japan from countries/regions where the government has immigration restrictions.
    6. Others who are worried about their physical condition

    Please cut your nails short.
    Please note that we will measure your body temperature on the day.


    About measures against new coronavirus infectious diseases

    About measures on the day of the event
    1. All instructors, assistants, students, and staff will be checked for fever (temperature measurement with a non-contact thermometer), and their physical condition will be checked for coughs, shortness of breath, and fatigue.
    2. Ventilation in the classroom (open windows, turn on ventilation fans)
    3. Thorough hand washing with soap for at least 30 seconds before the event, practical training, and tasting

    About the facility
    1. Installation of disposable paper napkins
    2. Installation of rubbing alcohol

    Others
    If a state of emergency is declared, classes may be canceled or postponed.Please note.
  • Updated: July 2020, 01
    Released the "Eat + Live" section of the popular series in "Musubi Magazine"
    In the macrobiotic magazine monthly magazine "Musubi", we have released the "Eat + Live" section that introduces the network classes of regular cooking schools in various parts of Japan.

    In addition to introducing the Cooking School with photos, we also post interviews about the background and thoughts of starting the cooking class, and the activities that each instructor engages in other than the cooking class.

    Please take a look at the "Eating + Living" corner where you can learn more about the atmosphere of teachers and classrooms.

    The network classroom of the regular cooking school

  • Updated: July 2019, 06
    [Finished] 4th Organic Forum Japan "Organic Lifestyle EXPO" [8/2, 8/3]
    Organized by General Incorporated Association Organic Forum Japan, the "4th Organic Lifestyle EXPO" is centered on the promotion of "Organic 3.0" advocated by IFOAM (International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements), which leads the world's organic agriculture. As a theme, aiming to realize the "Sustainable Development Goals SDGs", which the United Nations has advocated and has become popular in Japan, on August 2019nd (Friday) and 8rd (Saturday), 2, Tokyo / It will be held at the Shinjuku NS Building Event Hall in Shinjuku.

    At the venue, you can find fresh vegetables that are the pride of producers working on organic farming, carefully selected processed foods, imported ingredients, organic and natural cosmetics, eco-friendly household goods, gardening, and even the initiatives of local governments such as Shimane Prefecture. Brands come together.Approximately 147 booths of 150 companies will be exhibited (as of May 5).

    [Exhibition outline]
    4th OrganicForumJapan "Organic Lifestyle EXPO"
    Date: August 2019 (Friday) to 8 (Saturday), 2, 3:10 to 17:XNUMX
    Venue: Shinjuku NS Building Event Hall (Shinjuku NS Building, 2-4-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo)
    Admission fee: 1,000 yen (tax included) *From the official websiteFree admission with pre-registrationIt will be.
    Official site:https://ofj.or.jp/
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    ● Application (advance admission registration)
    The admission fee of 1,000 yen will be free by registering for admission in advance from the "Guide to Visitors" page on the official website.