George Takei Remembers Hiroshima | Takei's Take Japan





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Published on Aug 3, 2014

George Takei visits Hiroshima, Japan—a city where he has roots, a city with a tragic past, and a city now devoted to peace.

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In the second season of Takei's Take, host George Takei leaves the studio and voyages across the globe, exploring technology and trends that change the way we live and reshape our world. From MIT's Age Lab in Boston to Tokyo's next generation robotics, Takei provides viewers with unprecedented access to cutting edge innovation and the scientists, artists and engineers making it all happen.

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Created By: George Takei and Nicole Shea
Executive Producers: Brad Takei, Nicole Shea, David Kleiler
Tammy Gordon, Ashley Kaplan
Produced By: AARP and Fullscreen
Written, Directed, and Edited By: David Kleiler
Head of Production: Ryan Cooper
Producer: Michel DeAscentiis
Japanese Producer: Misako Furukawa
Consulting Producer: Michael Greenwald
Production Supervisors: Rhiannon Apple. Ashanti Ishakarah
Camera Operators: John Wate, David Kleiler, Stan Okumura
Audio Mixer: Steve Yasui
Hair / Make Up / Stylist: Mayuri Ogura
Head of Post: Adam Ford
Assistant Editors: Stan Okumura, Mariel Song, and Meredith Hicks
Translation: Mariel Song

Additional Editing: Jose Guzman, Stan Okumura
Media Relations: Michelle Alvarez
Social: Jen Lee Reeves
Channel Manager: Angela Woronick
Production Assistants: Yoshitate Kuremura, Bruce Yamakawa

Archival Sources:
Special Thanks to Prelinger Archives
Hiroshima peace lantern ceremony 2012- David Crompton
Harold Melvin Agnew motion picture film, Hoover Institution Archives, Stanford University.
Hiroshima Film Commission - Hiroshima Convention & Visitors Bureau: http://www.hiroshima-navi.or.jp/en/

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George Takei Remembers Hiroshima | Takei's Take Japan


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