SDGs TCB Tokyo Chuo Plastic Surgery Co., Ltd. introduces “shopper bags” and “designed envelopes” made of eco-friendly materials that incorporate para-art works

Medical Frontier Co., Ltd.
[SDGs] TCB Tokyo Chuo Plastic Surgery Co., Ltd. introduces “shopper bags” and “designed envelopes” made of eco-materials that incorporate para-art works
Dissemination of “art by people with disabilities that connect the world” from beauty clinics. TCB supports the para art business
TCB Tokyo Central Cosmetic Surgery, a beauty clinic with 85 clinics nationwide (including plans to open as of December 2022)
(Representative clinic: Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, General director: Tsuyoshi Aoki, Advertising agency / Dissemination: Medical Co., Ltd. Frontier) is pleased to announce that from December 2022, it has introduced original shopper bags and design envelopes made of eco-friendly materials that incorporate para art (art for people with
disabilities). Biomass material and recycled paper are used for each material.
We will gradually start handling them at TCB nationwide, and we will work to spread the sensibility and artistic appeal of para-art works to everyone who uses beauty clinics.
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Original shopper bag and envelope made of eco-friendly material using “charming giraffe”
From December 2022, TCB Tokyo Central Cosmetic Surgery will introduce original shopper bags and design envelopes using para art (art for people with disabilities) at TCB nationwide.
A novelty item full of colorful and vitality that uses the
illustration of “Charming Giraffe” (author: Takumi Takeyasu), which won the TCB Award, which is a corporate award, at the “2022 Para Art TOKYO 9th International Exchange Exhibition”. Used when handing out prescription drugs and contract documents to patients at the clinic, we aim to dispel the “hospital-likeness” and at the same time convey the artistic appeal of para-art works from the beauty clinic. . In addition, we intend to contribute to a sustainable society by using eco-friendly “biomass materials” for shopper bags and “recycled paper” for design envelopes.
Paraart and TCB

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As part of its SDGs activities, TCB supports the “Para Art” project, an artistic and cultural activity for people with disabilities, sponsored by the Japan Charity Association (Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo). Under the themes of “diversity” and “coexistence and symbiosis,” we aim to support the independence of people with disabilities and realize a sustainable society.
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replica on display
Para art works such as “Charming Giraffe”, which won the TCB Award at the “2022 Para Art TOKYO 9th International Exchange Exhibition”, are exhibited in replicas at TCB clinics and training centers as well as novelties. While adding beauty to the work environment with its beauty and richness, at the same time we are trying to make our activities known to our employees.
・Para Art Official HP

PARAART

* The initiatives in this release contribute to “3, 10, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, and 17” out of the 17 SDGs.
3 Good health and well-being for all
10 Reduce inequalities among people and countries
12 Responsible production and consumption
13 Take concrete action against climate change
14 Let’s protect the richness of the sea
15 Protect the richness of the land
16 PEACE AND JUSTICE FOR ALL
17 PARTNERSHIP TO ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS
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Overview of TCB Clinic
Clinic name: TCB Tokyo Central Cosmetic Surgery
General Director: Takeshi Aoki
Number of clinics: 85 (as of December 2022, including plans to open) Location (Representative House): TCB Shinjuku Sanchome
〒160-0022
MetLife JTB Shinjuku Square 7F, 3-1-20 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo Consultation hours: 10:00-19:00
Closed days: None (some clinics including representative clinics) / Irregular holidays
Official site: https://aoki-tsuyoshi.com/
TCB’s TV commercial “Beauty medicine goes to fashion.”
“Cosmetic medicine to fashion.”

[Video 2: https://prtimes.jp/api/movieim.php?url=www.youtube.com/watch?v=gtpapClNcco] Fashion is the taste of the time and the taste of people. TCB’s aim is to adapt to changes due to the passage of time, and to provide patients of all ages and tastes with aesthetic medicine that “dresses up the ideal you.” The “opening of the double eyelids”, which is the result of pursuing the patient’s ideal, is superimposed on one of the clinic’s designs, the “blooming flower of aesthetic medicine”. [To everyone who is looking for sponsors/sponsor companies]
TCB Tokyo Central Cosmetic Surgery will take the lead in cooperating with companies, organizations, and individuals who are seeking sponsorship support. Please feel free to contact us first.
■ Inquiries regarding this matter
Medical Frontier Co., Ltd.
Haruna Ishida, Public Relations & PR Section, Brand Management Department ishida.haruna@medical-frontier.jp
Details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000088.000034186.html

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