Swim, look and eat (2018)
35% of Okinawa population live in poverty. There are over 20,000 children living in such difficult condition. After involving in conservation effort, it is apparent to me that the problem is not the plastic trash. It is a problem of our society. It is not possible to impact environment when there are so many kids who are suffering. This project was designed with a spcila program "Kana Kana" for children in poverty in Okinawa. The project tries to connect the nature, live and food. I thought all of participating children how to snorkel to see the incredible underwater world and also to connect the real world to food but cooking some of the local fish for the children.