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SustainaHealth’s activities and programs.
Tome Health Festival 2020 - Self-Care under the Covid-19
November 14, 2020 "Tome Health Festival 2020 - Self-Care under the Covid-19" will be held in Tome City, Miyagi Prefecture. -------------- Tome Health Festival 2020 - Self-care under the Covid-19 Participation is free of charge and no advance registration is required. There will be a temperature and health check at the entrance on the day. […]
Dr. Yoshinori Hiroi appointed as an advisor
Dr. Yoshinori Hiroi, professor at Kyoto University's Kokoro Research Center for the Future of Mind has been appointed as an advisor to Sustaina Health. Professor Hiroi has long advocated the concepts of a sustainable society and a sustainable welfare society with the aim of creating a sustainable society and lifestyle that integrates the environment, welfare, […]
Panel Discussion: "How to Turn a Crisis into an Opportunity"
Kohei Onozaki participated in the panel discussion on "How to turn a crisis into an opportunity" organized by Matsusaka City, Mie Prefecture.
Food and Health Event (Tome City, Miyagi Prefecture)
On Tuesday, July 7, 2020, we held an event about food and health at a cafe "cofee doctors" in Tome City, Miyagi Prefecture, co-hosted by Yamato Home Clinic Tome.
Date posted：September 27, 2020
Autumn - harvest season
It has cooled down from the days of intense heat. We've finished harvesting the rice in the neighboring fields, and now it's time to harvest the sweet potatoes and peanuts. The Anno sweet potatoes and silk sweet potatoes we tried digging, and the "Omashiri" for boiled peanuts, all delicious! We are looking forward to the […]
Date posted：August 22, 2020
Classes in a very hot day
It was hot and humid to speak for three hours straight, but I realized how wonderful it is to talk face-to-face with students.
Date posted：August 12, 2020
You won’t see many SustainaHealth members clocking in or out of work, even at the office. At the same time as participating in SustainaHealth’s activities, they are also active as independent professionals in diverse other fields.
Date posted：July 31, 2020
SustainaHealth’s Way of Work - Why a "Part-Time Model"?
Many people may say that the new Corona has changed the way they work all at once. Telework is a big change, especially for people who have been commuting to work by train for many years. There's also a growing preference for rural and suburban locations.
Date posted：July 25, 2020
Appeared live on Nikkei Plus 10 Saturday News (BS TV Tokyo)
On Saturday, July 25, Kohei Onozaki appeared live on "Nikkei Plus 10 Saturday News" at BS TV Tokyo.We talked about how it is extremely difficult to produce vaccines with well-established efficacy and safety in a short period of time, and that it is good to have a dream, but not to have unrealistic expectations.