1. We all Japan #10 - Mayuka Thaïs [Trailer]

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    • We all Japan #09 - Mai Taguchi

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      Mai was born in Tokyo. She has started piano at age of 3. Sax at the elementary school. She had also saxophone/Jazz private lessons with Seiichi Nakamura. She attended at Senzoku gakuen college of Music. Her major in musical theory and Harmony with Toshihiko Katori, arrangements with Koichi Osamu ,Brazilian ensemble, Modern Jazz ensemble Big band ensemble, Japanese traditional instrumental, Jazz Sax with Bob Zang In addition to studied music around the world like music of India, Bari, Thailand and Japanese traditional music, At 2005 she graduated from college. And went to USA for see roots of music After backed to Japan she started work with Brazilian musician and knew many kinds of Brazilian music such as choro,Forró. At 2007 and 2009 she went to Brazil, stadied with great saxphone player Zé Canuto e Daniela Spielman. More Info http://www.wealljapan.com/video/maitaguchi/

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      • We all Japan #09 - Mai Taguchi [Trailer]

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        • We all Japan #07 - Ayuko

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          Ayuco Music background 2000-2008 Keyboard for ALL ABOUT SKA PERFORMERS 2009- present Vocals and melodeon for japan cock stars Art background 2009 - present. Performing Japanese calligraphy

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          • We all Japan #06 - Paolo Ladu

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            Paolo Ladu Born in Rome, Italy. Coming to Japan in 2000. He founded the Japanese/Italian mixture band Magnolia in 2008. Paolo is fluent both in Japanese and Italian and appears on the Italian language program on TV in Japan. Magnolia’s songs are sung in Japanese and Italian with beautiful melody and sounds. You would be impressed with their music even if you don’t understand neither Japanese nor Italian. Beautiful tune doesn’t require languages to enjoy.

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            • We all Japan #05 - Instructor Caçapa

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              Marcello Pietrantonio, baptized with the funky apelido (capoeira nickname) “Caçapa” (pronounced KA-SA-PA). Caçapa started Capoeira in 2000 under the guidance of Instrutor Canguru, and trained under Professor Gringo while he was head instructor of Bantus Capoeira Australia. He received his yellow cord (Instrutor) from Mestre Pintor in 2008 at Grupo Bantus Capoeira Japão’s 2nd Batizado. In 2003, he spent 4 months in Brazil with Mestre Pintor and the group in Belo Horizonte. In Brazil, he was lucky enough to travel and play Capoeira in Rio, São Paulo, Vitoria, Belo Horizonte, and Salvador. From Brazil, Caçapa travelled and trained in Argentina, Chile, New York, Canada, Germany, Austria, and Japan.

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              • We all Japan #04 - Castle Tintagel

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                Then Castle Tintagel is the Tokyo’s one and only medieval Western martial arts and cultural center which teaches anything from 15th century German longsword to Renaissance dancing. The martial arts include the Academy of Chivalry, where students learn to fit and maintain armor, make practice weapons, and all the other skills you need to become a knight in this day and age. Students of the Academy of Chivalry gain all the skills needed to become an armored fighter. Our longsword and sword and buckler classes offer a chance to learn medieval fighting styles without the need for armor. We also offer rapier activities, including both stage and competitive rapier. On the cultural side, we have Renaissance dances (specializing in 15th-16th century French, English and Italian), costume-making classes for a variety of historical items, and even calligraphy classes. Our in-house store has a variety of period costumes and armor for sale. Regular parties and events give our members a chance to socialize and show off their skills, medieval-style.

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                • We all Japan #03 - Henrique Matsumora ENG

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                  Henrique Matsumora Dias is a Brazilian Japanese Born in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Henrique started to play soccer at the age of 10. At that time he was playing with his classmates, but on his 15 years old he integrated into an amputee soccer team. In 2003, Henrique participated on his first amputee competition. He is also famous for been the first brazilian japanese on the national league. In 2007, He was selected to the brazilian national team to play on the World cup in Turkey. Right now, Henrique is making efforts to make the amputee soccer famous all over Japan.

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                  • We all Japan #03 - Henrique Matsumora JPN

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                    ヒーキ・松茂良・ジーアス 1989年1月16日 ブラジルサンパウロ生まれ 日系人である母親と、スペイン系イタリア人の父親との間に生まれた日系三世 5歳の時に交通事故により右の足を付け根から失った。 10歳の時から家族や友達と一緒にサッカーをする為に松葉杖サッカーを始めた。 13歳の時に(2003年)初めて大会である松葉杖サッカーブラジル杯に出場。その大会での最優秀新人賞を貰う。 翌2004年にはプロ選手としてブラジルアンプティサッカー協会に登録され、大会に召集され出場。その大会で、プロ選手としてはじめてのゴールを決め、プロアンプティサッカー選手としてのキャリアが始まった。 2005年ADPGと言うサンパウロの障害者スポーツチームに入団し、練習を開始した。 その後、活躍が認められ、2007年まだ17歳の時に年配者が多かったブラジル代表を若返らせる新世代のリーダーとして、日系人で始めてのアンプティサッカーのブラジル代表となり、2回の世界大会に出場し、準優勝した。 目標はプロサッカークラブに付随したアンプティサッカーの日本リーグの設置、日本代表チームの召集、日本での松葉杖サッカーの世界大会の開催です。 サッカー以外にも、水泳、バレーボールなどのスポーツ経験も豊富にある。 日本語は日常会話や指導に不自由がない程度に話せる。

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                    • We all Japan #02 - Super Alan Jr

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                      WE ALL JAPAN TV caught up with the American “Super Gaijin Alan” (Nezumi Kozo) on the streets of Tokyo, just outside of Takenaka Soundshop in Togoshi-Ginza. Alan proceeded to tell us about his life, why he had come to Japan in 2009, and how he had fallen in love with the Japanese culture. In 2003, at age 19, Alan went to see a Kottonmouth Kings concert in San Diego, California. That night an unknown Japanese band, RIZE, opened for the Kottonmouth Kings. Alan almost instantly fell in love with the band’s heavy beats, and after the show. Alan decided to start learning Japanese in College, in the hopes that he could someday communicate with all of his japanese friends. in 2006 Tokyo, Alan performed live on stage as “Nezumi Kozo” for the first time at a club called Y2K ROPPONGI in Roppongi. That same summer, Alan met RAT at S&S Soundshop in Gotanda. Alan and RAT had a lot in common, and created the international rap group known as RATOxRATO (Rat and Rat). It was around this time that Alan knew he was destined to be a great Japanese comedian, just like his hero, “Hard Gay.” In 2008, RATOxRATO performed live for the first time in Shibuya at club GIG-ANTIC as a freestyle rap comedy trio (featuring DJ Emil). In 2009 in Kouenji at club Kouenji Mission’s, Alan performed live with his bands RATOxRATO, J-STREET, and the 072BOIIZ, before merging the three groups into one super mega collaboration known to the world as PINSARO. Alan returns to Japan every summer in hopes of someday becoming a full-fledged Japanese comedian. He is currently finishing up a new CD that he plans to release exclusively in Japan in 2010. Currently, Alan is living in Oceanside, California, counting down the days until he can once more walk the streets of Togoshi-Ginza…

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