The 11th ASPAC Takamatsu 2011

Sunport Hall Takamatsu Main Hall

Date Sunday, November 20
Time from 2:00pm to 4:00pm
Ms. Yasuko Kanazawa
Ms. Yasuko Kanazawa

She is a calligrapher and a mother of Miss Shoko Kanazawa, a calligrapher troubled with Down’s syndrome.

Yasuko’s hoped-for daughter, Shoko, was diagnosed as Down’s syndrome when Shoko was born. Yasuko was in hopeless plight but conquered the troubles. Yasuko has believed Shoko’s potentiality and lives together with her daughter for 25 years. Now, Yasuko is satisfied to have a happy life with Shoko, surely goes her own way as a calligrapher.

Yasuko will give a talk based on her life for everyone to encourage.
Write Performance
Miss Shoko Kanazawa
Write Performance

You can watch her writing with a large brush.

Shoko writes the dynamic and powerful characters, though her body is small. Each character she writes has the spirit to send warm messages. You can feel her breathing and her tense atmosphere in the same space.

This must be a priceless time for you.

If you would like to attend this lecture, please come to Main Hall directory. Please show your registration card to the staff at the entrance.


The people with the general tickets will be given admittance to this lecture. The seating has a capacity.

(We are sorry but this lecture is Japanese only.)


[Facility Information]

Sunport Hall Takamatsu Main Hall

Sunport Hall Takamatsu Main Hall

3rd floor, Hall Tower of Takamatsu Symbol Tower

1500 seats


2-1, Sunport, Takamatsu, Kagawa

For inquiries, please call to 81-87-813-1787

(Office of ASPAC Takamatsu Conference Organizing Committee)