Let's have fun learning the "environment" out of many hands-on programs!
GTF Green Challenge Day 2020 Online
[Green Challenge Day] is a day to support various challenges to raise awareness of biodiversity. We support any challenges by companies, local governments, or organizations and any actions by citizens to protect environment.
GTF Green Challenge Day in Shinjuku Gyoen is an event where the government, companies, organizations, and citizens unite together to creature a global culture of environment protection at Shinjuku Gyoen park located in the center of megalopolis.
The five programs of this event are planned in accordance with “MY Declaration” promoted by the Japan Committee for UNDB.
5 actions from "MY Declaration" x 5 event programs
➊ ACT 1 Eat x Food
❷ ACT 2 Feel x Workshop
❸ ACT 3 Communicate × Stage
❹ ACT 4 Join x Stamp Collection
❺ ACT 5 Choose x Marche / Shop
“MY Declaration” is designed to let every citizen to recognize the implications of biodiversity in their daily lives and start acting something easy but good for environment.
GTF Green Challenge Day 2020 in Shinjuku Gyoen
Sat. 05 Dec ~ Sun. 06 Dec
Event website will be open in Oct prior to the event dates
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GTF Greater Tokyo Festival committee
➊Washoku: Introducing sustainable cuisines supervised by Chinese and Japanese superb chefs
❷Workshop: Learn more about the environment!
❸Stage: Bring the power of festival and hope for harmony between human and nature!
※Performers will be announced as soon as confirmed.
❹Stamp collection: Free hands-on program to learn about nature!
❺Marche: Seasonal blessings of nature available for sale
In the hope of the recovery of fragmented or degrated nature in the disaster-stricken area, fresh and seasonal products from the affected area will come on the market! Let's buy and eat their products to support farmers and companies from the affected area.
GTF Green Challenge Day 2019 in Shinjuku Gyoen was held at Shinjuku Gyoen park on October 5 (Sat) and October 6 (Sun).
Although the number of visitors exceeded 20,000, and they enjoyed learning about biodiversity and environmental conservation through six event programs.