3 short animations for peace education

The way to be happy for everybody!

A warrior who doesn’t like fighting?

 
A warrior who doesn’t like fighting?

If a character in a story does neither fight nor defeat the villain, does he still deserve to be called a hero? At our animation studio Be-Production we think that a hero is not necessarily a fighter. Perhaps a real hero is the person who asks himself questions about the “villain” and through conversation and communication establishes a bridge of words between two different positions. We tell the stories of such heroes in the belief that they will lead to world peace.

3 short animations for peace education

The way to be happy for everybody!

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3 short animations for peace education

There are as many conflicts in our daily life as there are ways to solve them. The communication methods we propose represent a way to avoid the worst outcomes in such conflicts. This DVD contains an animation movie that teaches us the communication skills we need to resolve conflicts constructively and nonviolently. This knowledge can lead to solving issues without using violence not only in the context of intrapersonal conflicts, but also at the macro level of organizations and nations.

“The way to be happy for everybody!”

1. Johnny and Percy

One day Johnny, a penguin, and Percy, a seal, start arguing over food. They both insist: “the fish is mine!”. How will they manage to solve this conflict?

This story teaches us the “I Statement” communication style, which helps us resolve arguments constructively.

What You Learn

2. Momotaro: the warrior who doesn’t like fighting

Once upon a time there lived a warrior called Momotaro who didn’t like fighting. One day, when he was eating his kibi cake, something strange appeared and…

This story shows us how we can manage conflicts peacefully by introducing the traditional Hawaiian “ho ponopono” method.

3. Five ways to be happy

In class, students are arguing about what they want to perform for the class play. Half the class wants to play “Urashima Taro”, while the other half wants to play “Ugly Duckling”. What will their decision be?

This story shows us several dynamics and techniques of conflict resolution.

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Be-Production, Inc.

 

Yuko Takabe

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Amination movie production

20-4 Arai-cho, Shinjuku, Tokyo

03-6273-1666

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Johnny and Percy

Momotaro: the warrior who doesn’t like fighting

Five ways to be happy

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Johnny and Percy

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Momotaro: the warrior who doesn’t like fighting

Five ways to be happy

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