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Kyohei Nishino



​Medical docter.

Received a Master's degree in Hygiene and Tropical Medicine from London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.


During my university days, I visited the Philippines and experienced the realities of the world, including street children and slums, which inspired me to become involved in international medical activities as a staff member of NGOs and international organizations (WHO).


On the other hand, I started playing football when I was 5 years old, and experienced national and international tournaments. Through various overseas experiences, I realized that football is not only a competitive sport, but also a power to create connections between people that transcends nationality, language, etc.  Convinced that the empathy for others who grew up in a different environment than oneself that is created by kicking a soccer ball together will connect the world and become a great force for creating a world without division and discrimination, Seeds will be established in 2019.
Incorporated in 2022.

Masato Takezawa


 I started playing soccer at an early age and am currently working as a coach for a junior youth team.
In high school, I was a member of a J-League team and experienced international competitions.
Through playing against players from Germany and other European countries, I realized the power of football to connect people with each other.
Due to geographical limitations, Japan does not have easy opportunities to interact with people from other countries, but from my own experience, I feel that soccer can be a bridge that connects the world, as well as a meaningful way for the younger generation to experience the international community.
Nishino and I were teammates in high school.

Yuko Nishino



Received Master's degree from Teikyo University Graduate School of Public Health.

 After my clinical experience, I engaged in medical activities in medically underpopulated areas overseas. In Japan, I have experience working in community health care.

 In graduate school, through my involvement with foreign residents in Japan, I learned that there is a division within Japan.

 Engaged in activities with the hope that children, who will be responsible for the world in the future, will experience the experience of creating connections that transcend nationality, language, religion, etc. by increasing their connections with people.

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