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 FCCJ Diet Tour and Luncheon with Marutei Tsurunen 2013

Images from the event

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Improvised reception desk in the lobby of the Diet Members' Building
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Participants gather in the meeting room for lunch and presentation by Marutei Tsurunen
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Marko Saarelanen, FCCJ President, whishes the participants welcome.
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The event was attended by 36 members and guests.
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Marko Saarelanen introduces Mr. Tsurunen
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Mr. Tsurunen starts his presentation
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JP Takala enjoying his 0'bento while Trurunen makes his presentation and Marko Saarelainen takes notes.
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Shunsuke Yoshizawa makes the first questions, the first about Mr. Tsurunen's attire,. second about food safety issues.
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Mr. Tsurunen explains that his attire is not a normal Diet dress but something he took up 8 years ago.
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Veli Solehmainen asks about achievements on the food safety issues
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Alex Luta asks about the progress of the revisions in the election laws.
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Antti Sonninen asks about Mr. Tsurunen's supporter base.
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Barbara Vaataja asks about womens' role in the Japanese society.
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Brian Landberg asks about removing restrictions on wind and solar power generation in national parks.
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Kimio Hashida asks about the small parties' role in Japanese politics..
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Marko Saarelainen makes the final question and concludes the Q&A session.
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Marko Saarelainen thanking Marutei Tsurunen.
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Alex Luta discussing with Mr. Tsurunen.
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Antti Sonninen of Rovio Japan presents Mr. Tsurunen with an Agry Birds character.
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Marutei Tsurunen and Jukka Tuomisto.
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The Officail Picture; Marko Saarelainen and Marutei Tsurunen
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Preparing to start the Diet Tour.
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Crossing the street from the Members' Office Building to the Parliament.
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Marko Saarelainen commanding the group for security check.
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The Diet guest entrance lobby
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Studying models of the parliament building
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Diet 'members' Taro and Hanako, a.k.a. Atsushi Odaira (left) and Masaoki Fujita.
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Marko Saarelainen and Mitsutoshi Kera.
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Ulla Kinnunen and Ai Takase of the Finnish Institute.
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The tour guide taking command of the group.
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Starting the tour.
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No photgraphy after this point!
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The Assembly Hall of the Upper House.
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The group in front of the Diet building
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The Diet building
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