Wasabi the #EstonianWay

with Japanese startupper

Satoshi Miyagawa

Wasabi the #EstonianWay

  •   Source: Ott-Erik Eendra, Visit Estonia

Source: Ott-Erik Eendra, Visit Estonia

Source: Ott-Erik Eendra, Visit Estonia

Life in Estonia can be rustic and ultra-modern all at the same time. Satoshi Miyagawa, a technology and education promoter from Japan, came to establish e-Residency and learn about Estonia’s digital revolution but along the way, he ended up on a giant island making ‘wasabi’ the #EstonianWay from a wild, local plant.

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It's like the Italian pesto made out of basil, but instead of basil you use this.

Satoshi Miyagawa

Japanese startupper

What is Estonian fresh wild garlic?

Itinerary

Saaremaa island

e-Estonia

Education in Estonia

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About Satoshi Miyagawa

Satoshi Miyagawa works for a Tokyo-based startup called Life is Tech as the head of international business. His mission is to help teenagers get a cutting-edge IT and programming education, which is why he was excited to come to experience Estonia’s e-services.

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