Riii’s self-introduction #disabilitylog
3 Valentine’s Day gifts for the boss at work who doesn’t like chocolate
Have you ever given Valentine's Day chocolate to your boss or co-workers at work as a thank you on Valentine's Day? What Valentine's Day candy can you give to a boss who doesn't like chocolate? How affordable are they? We've got answers to all those questions! Here are some suggestions for sweets that are not too chocolaty for Valentine's Day.
Five cute Valentine’s Day chocolates to give to family members who have taken care of you
Have you ever given Valentine's Day chocolates to a family member or boyfriend as a thank you on Valentine's Day? They're too cute to be a "personal" treat! Here are some cute brand-name chocolates for Valentine's Day that you can give even to those who don't like chocolate.
150 Years of Railroads and Art – Tokyo Station Gallery
The fourth installment of Tokyo Station Hotel's "150 Years of Railroads and Art. I went to see the exhibition, which was just recently held at the museum (Tokyo Station Gallery) in the Marunouchi Station Building of Tokyo Station, on my way back from a stay at the Tokyo Station Hotel. The posters are very well done.
How to get to the International Home Care & Rehabilitation Exhibition (from Tokyo Big Sight Station)
This section explains how to access the International Home Care & Rehabilitation Exhibition (Tokyo Big Sight) from Tokyo Big Sight Station for people with disabilities or in wheelchairs. We used Yurikamome. The pedestrian deck built to avoid getting wet in the rain is much appreciated.
How to get to the International Home Care & Rehabilitation Exhibition (from Kokusai Tenjijo Station)
This section explains how to access the International Home Care & Rehabilitation Exhibition (Tokyo Big Sight) from Kokusai-Tenjijo Station for people with disabilities or in wheelchairs. Free shuttle buses were available to help wheelchair users get around smoothly, and you can also view product information on the Web.
Naho’s self-introduction #disabilitylog
I would like to introduce a new member of DisabilityLog, Dr. Naho. She is currently working as a consultant in Japan, specializing in diversity, especially in the area of DEI&B. She is thinking about how to create a better working environment and society for as many people as possible.
Guest Lounge “Atrium” at Tokyo Station Hotel – Breakfast Buffet
Tokyo Station Hotel in Tokyo Station is recommended for "gastronomy tourism. On its top floor is the Atrium, where you can enjoy a superb breakfast. We will introduce the secret attic of Tokyo Station, how to make reservations for the breakfast buffet, access, opening hours, barrier-free access, menu, etc.
What does it mean to attend an event? (H-C-R)
What do you all think is the meaning of attending an event? I think it includes not only gathering information from exhibitors, but also making connections and interacting with new people there. It is good to be able to receive information that you don't know, or conversely, to teach others.
Does it have to be that moving elevator?
I would like to share with you an actual experience I had with a person with a disability (wheelchair) regarding his/her mobility. If you see a person in a wheelchair having difficulty moving in a crowded station or elevator in a building, or if you see a person with a stroller in tow, we would be happy if you would consider taking the escalator and give it to them.
Go to Keio Plaza Hotel for an exquisite breakfast
I stayed at the Keio Plaza Hotel in Shinjuku, which offers an exquisite breakfast, and went for an exquisite breakfast. The hotel's message is that they want you to make breakfast the purpose of your trip. I experienced what it is like, and I will explain what it is like.