Meet the Author: Roy Tomizawa

Why does Roy Tomizawa believe the 1964 Olympics made Japan what it is today?


“Teams from around the world witnessed a Tokyo that had risen from the ashes of a catastrophic war,” Tomizawa writes in October’s INTOUCH.

The author and historian expounds on the ideas found in his book, 1964–The Greatest Year in the History of Japan, at this evening of historical analysis and forward-thinking predictions as the 2020 Games approach.

All ages are welcome. Event includes one free drink ticket per registrant.

 

  • Copies of 1964–The Greatest Year in the History of Japan available for ¥1,970
  • This event will be photographed for Club media.

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