Africa NEEDS AFRICA
“Will” precedes “creativity”. Does anyone remember their time in the mother’s womb, or could we possibly express in words the first sensation of life? Humanity debates the existence of God, but everyone agrees with having a mother and a geographical origin of birth. Hereby the universal womb, the living footprint of creation itself, walking the earth like a mother’s broken heart in search of her lost children, Africa humbly awaits in eager longings for the passing of her wealth to those who would inherit her blessings. The departure from life on earth leads us back to beginnings. Unless one marvels to riches with the heart of a child, he/she is usually up to no good. If one asked: “Mom, are you ok?” Abundant wisdom can surely seed out of a mother’s simple reply: “I want you to be happy, I know you’re smart so take good care of yourself but most of all, love and protect your brothers and sisters”.
Introducing “Club of Africa” the Reunion Heritage of the Motherland.
Teaching “Culture” to Children
Don’t we all, just like children, love a good storyteller? Just like the story of the “Little Prince,” not a textbook of any truth but just an image of what a pure heart could want to imagine if you personified the universe, here is a wonderful tale to tell:
If Africa, the Motherland, had carried the weight of earthly life in her bosom, she would have given birth to 4 children. The first child, a daughter by the name of Asia, where Japan would represent its form. The second child, a first son by the name of Europe. A third child, another son by the name of Americas, and the last child, a daughter by the name of Oceania. Asia being the first daughter, would surely connect to her mother’s heart. While the first son Europe would concern himself for the claim of inheritance. The second son, Americas, would be blessed with talents, and for him, the search for prosperous independence would make his mother proud. And the fourth child, the little girl Oceania would be nature all around as mystical and beautiful as her mother. At her young age, Africa became a gift to Father Sun, who found her the closest to being a perfect receptor of his light, and so black that she became the queen of all colors, from which all children, no matter their location, would emanate brightness from.
Hidden Treasure in Izu Japan
Children Art Center
African Art Exhibit
VIP Travel Agency
PR Service Office
Hall & Auditorium
Check up Clinic
7000 Square Meters on a Rock, Five Minutes away from the Bay & Port
Location, Location, & Location
Historical Location: Yamate Yokohama known as the Naka ward. For most of the 250 years of the Edo Period (1603-1867), the rulers of Japan prohibited almost all interactions with foreign countries. When the period of isolation finally ended in the 1850s, Yokohama was one of only a few port towns where foreign traders, looking to profit from the newly opened country, were permitted to reside. This is now one of the most prominent ward of Japan.