It all started as a dream.
Many years after, it has begun to take shape.
Learn how Aero Zypangu Project was established and the path we took to get where we're now.
Jan 20, 2005
It all started from here
This is the day when Shinji became a one-eyed Japanese pilot.
The First Step
Shinji started giving an inspirational speech in 2008. The speech was also held in his old school, Japan Aviation High School. Now, this inspirational speech has become one of the Aero Zypangu Project’s primary activities and we have reached out to over 5000 people.
He knew what he had to do
While Shinji continues delivering his speech during the past 7 years, he realized many young people and adults weren’t motivated and passionate about their life and future. As it was the same feeling that he had when he was in college after his tragic accident, he knew it would be his mission to help those people.
The official start of Aero Zypangu Project
He first talked to Ms. Eriko Baxter, an excellent lawyer at Baxter Law International PLLC, and established Aero Zypangu Project, 501(c)3 non-profit organization. Ever since then, Ms. Baxter has been our right hand and a great supporter as our pro bono lawyer.
We carried on and have been actively working on our mission for years
Since 2008, AZP keeps teaching people the joy of living and how fun and difficult it is to challenge ourselves and make our dreams come true. This message we deliver has never changed and will never change.