Online Meeting on “The 2nd Eiichi Shibusawa Project”
It’s been a little over a month since we started our project on Eiichi Shibusawa, who was born in Fukaya City and had a house in Asukayama, Kita Ward. Members of the Kita-ku team from the Kita-ku Office, Fuji Pan, Nihon Pharmaceutical University, and Junten High School gathered in an online conference room for the second meeting.
The meeting started at 1:00 p.m. and was attended by Mr. Ishii, Manager of the Marketing Department of Fuji Pan Corporation, Mr. Matsumoto and Ms. Sekiguchi of the Kita-ku City Promotion Department, Professor Yajima of Nihon Pharmaceutical University, a team of four students from Junten High School’s Class 3, Ms. Miki Shinoda (team leader), Ms. Mirai Tamamura, Mr. Sorazumi Yamamoto, Ms. Tsukino Ando, and six students from Nihon Pharmaceutical University. and six students from Nihon Pharmaceutical University. There were four students from Nihon Pharmaceutical University who live in Kita-ku, and two graduates from Junten High School.
After self-introductions, the Junten High School team presented their plan for bread to be developed under the Shibusawa Eiichi Project, “Shibusawa’s Charm with Bread. The Junten team presented several projects, including a tarte tatin-style bread inspired by the Paris Exposition, to which Shibusawa Eiichi was dispatched.