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Here's the president's profile in an easy-to-understand, humorous, Wikipedia-style manner.

"I started this page with the idea of a Wikipedia page, but, to my surprise, a real Wikipedia page had already been created! (I was so happy!) However, this page is by far the most detailed and accurate as it is written by me personally, so please use this page to cite information." 

- Kazumi Muraki, the President of CRRA

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Kazumi Muraki
Last Update:May 18, 2022

Kazumi Muraki (born: August 18, 2000) is a Japanese chemist, inventor, adventurer, and social entrepreneur. He is the President and Director of the Carbon Recovering Research Association (CRRA). He specializes in CO2 direct air capture (DAC) and synthesis of fuels and chemical products from CO2 (C1 Chemistry). He conducts independent research at CRRA on topics ranging from how to solve climate change to how to realize human migration to Mars.


He started his career as a chemist in 2010, when he was in the 4th grade of elementary school. In 2017, when he was a sophomore in high school, he was selected by the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC) for the Strategic Information and Communications R&D Promotion Programme (SCOPE) for the INNO-vation prize in the disruptive technology category. He then founded CRRA and become its director at the age of 17. In 2019, due to his research achievements, he was admitted to the University of Tokyo after passing the entrance examination with a recommendation (Engineering Area 5) and enrolled in the Science I class. Currently, he is a 4th-year student in the Nozaki Research Laboratory of the Department of Chemistry and Biotechnology, Faculty of Engineering at the University of Tokyo, and from January 2021, he was also a special researcher (Science Fellow) at the Frontier Research Center, POLA Chemical Industries, Inc, the research and development division of POLA, a major cosmetics manufacturer. Since March of the same year, he has also served as a scientific and technical advisor for an agri-tech company, Happy Quality Co. In September of the same year, he became a moonshot ambassador for the Cabinet Office. In March 2022, he became a member of the Future Yamanashi Creation Council, an advisory body to the Governor of Yamanashi Prefecture. Awards and recognitions include: Forbes JAPAN 30 UNDER 30 2019 in the Science category as "30 Japanese under 30 who will change the world" (2019), Forbes JAPAN 100 as "100 people of the year" (2021), the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications INNO-vation (2017), the Satoshi Omura Natural Science Prize (2018), and more.


His dream is to "stop global warming, save all 7.9 billion people on Earth, and become the first human being to emigrate to Mars."

Table of Contents 

  1. Personality and episodes from my life

  2. Biography

  3. Qualifications, titles, etc.

  4. Awards and achievements

  5. Conferences, lectures, events

  6. Publications

  7. Patents

  8. Media appearances

  9. News, magazine and journal articles

 10. Commercials and advertisements 

 11. Modeling

むらき  かずみ
Kazumi Muraki

Nationality    Japanese

DOB/Birthplace  Aug 18, 2000

           Sagamihara City,

         Kanagawa Pref,


Childhood      Kai-city, Yamanashi,


Height       5'11'' (180cm)

Blood type       O

Shoe size               29cm, US 11, UK 10)

Research Fields    CO2 Direct Air Capture (DAC), Synthesis of fuels and chemical products from CO2

Major Awards       Forbes Japan 100, Forbes Japan 30 UNDER 30, INNO-vation, Satoshi Omura Natural Science Award

Favorite Foods     Yuba, soba, basashi, sushi, tsukemen

Sports             Badminton

Interests            Chemistry experiments, ship and airplane piloting

Personality and episodes from my life

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・I am a true fan of science. When I was two years old, when I was on the train, I asked my parents, "Hey, why does the nearby scenery pass by so quickly, but the distant scenery passes slowly?"


・People often mistakenly think I was always into science-based courses; however, I was actually original into humanities-based courses. My favorite subjects were Japanese, social studies, and English, and I often wrote novels when she was little. When I was in the first grade of elementary school, I started reading Natsume Soseki's "I Am a Cat" and read up to page 125, but at the public elementary school I was enrolled in at the time, I was a librarian because the students were competing for the number of books to read. I was very frustrated when my homeroom teacher picked up the book and said, "Don't read that kind of book, read 'Incredible Zorori' (a children's book series) and you can read a higher quantity of books." By the way, when it comes to mathematics, when I was in the fifth grade of elementary school, I scored 5 points on a test out of 100 points, and in the third year of high school, I received only 5 points out of 200 points on a mock test. As for science, I love research and am good at it, but I am not necessarily good at paper exams.


・So, from a literary point of view, I decided to carry out activities to "tell people who don't understand or hate science the magic of science."

・Aiming to be "Akira Ikegami of the scientific world," I try to speak in an easy-to-understand and fun manner without using technical terms.


・In order to attract the interest of the general public, my motto regarding research is "cutting-edge inside, soft and fluffy on the outside." All the names given to the inventions are Yurufuwa-style. So far, the inventions are Hiyassy, Torussy, the Sorarin Project and the stratospheric probe, Mokumoku.


・I have always loved looking at food ingredients. I was particularly excited to see the food additive terms written towards the end of food labels.


・💡 An idea I came up with which became my motto is "Execute immediately! If it doesn't work, you can just undo it, but try it first."

・I don't know if these are special abilities, but I have absolute pitch and synesthesia (feeling colors and sounds with numbers). Maybe this is the influence of playing the piano when I was little. 0 is black. 1 is red. 2 is green. 3 is pale yellow. 4 is slightly reddish purple. 5 is yellow like a banana. 6 is indigo. 7 is bright yellow, and 8 is more orange. 9 feels reddish brown. I can't see the colors in particular, but I feel them somehow. The reason for this is the colors of the numbers on a poster that was pasted in the bath at home when I was in kindergarten. It was a Yancharu Moncha poster. (lol)


・I am not good at math, but good at memorizing meaningless strings of numbers and symbols, such as passwords, card numbers, etc. The circumference of the circle which I can remember is 3.1415926535897932384626433832795028841971693993751058209749445923078164062862089986280348253421170679821480865132823066470938446095505822317253594081284811174502841027019385211055596. I hope this skill will be useful one day, but I have never performed it in public. The only things that I find useful are that I can remember complex Wi-Fi passwords after repeating them several times, so it is convenient to connect to the Internet. Also, I remember all my credit card information, so online shopping is convenient (lol).


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・Aug. 2000  Born in Sagamihara City, Kanagawa Prefecture

・Mar. 2013  Graduated from Yamanashi Gakuin University Elementary School

・Mar. 2016  Graduated from Koryo Junior High School in Hokuto City, Yamanashi Prefecture

・Mar. 2019  Graduated from Hokuto Municipal Koryo High School, Yamanashi Prefecture

・Apr. 2019  Entered the University of Tokyo, College of Liberal Arts, Master's Program, Science I

・Apr. 2020  Established Carbon Capturing Research Association (CRRA), Representative Director and President

・Jan. 2021  Special Researcher, Frontier Research Center, POLA Chemical Industries, Inc.

・Mar. 2021  Scientific and Technical Advisor, Happy Quality Co.

・Apr. 2021  Department of Chemistry and Biotechnology, Faculty of Engineering, The University of Tokyo

・Sep. 2021  Moonshot Ambassador, Cabinet Office (concurrent appointment)

・Dec. 2021  Scientific and Technical Advisor, Tosei Asset Advisors, Inc.

・Mar. 2022  Member of Future Yamanashi Creation Council, Yamanashi Prefecture (concurrent appointment)


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​ ひやっしーが回収したCO2をエタノールに変換し、石油代替燃料を合成する。

​ この燃料を、空(そら)からつくったガソリン=「そらりん」と呼び、社会実装に向けて研究を推進中。


Qualifications, titles, etc.

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・Chemist, inventor, adventurer, social entrepreneur

・President and Director of the Carbon Recovering Research Association (CRRA)

(Also Director General of Climate Risk Management Bureau, Director General of Chemical and Biomedical Bureau, Director General of New Urban Transportation Bureau, Director General of Maritime Transportation Development Bureau, Director General of Aerospace Bureau, Director General of International Broadcasting Bureau of CRRA, and Director General of Public Information and Analysis Bureau)

・General Manager of the STS Company (STS), which is affiliated with the CRRA New Urban Transportation Bureau

・General Manager, Western Pacific Express Railroad Company (WESPAC), CRRA New Urban Transportation Authority

・General Manager, Pacific Cargo and Passenger Carrier Company (PCL), CRRA Maritime Transportation Development Administration

・General Manager, Wind Ocean Aeronautics Company (WOA), Aerospace Bureau, CRRA (In-house qualification)

・Captain of CRRA Maritime Transport Development Bureau (MU4) Ocean Transport Vessel / Pacific Cargo Liner (PCL) Coastal Cargo Vessel Seikai Maru No. 7

・Captain, CRRA Maritime Transport and Development Bureau (MU4) Ocean Research Vessel Kinhai Maru No. 5

・Stratospheric Astronaut (Stratonaut) on board the stratospheric probe Mokumoku 4 of CRRA Aerospace Bureau (S2)

Government / Public Organization

・Moonshot Ambassador, Cabinet Office, Government of Japan

・Member, Yamanashi Prefecture Future Yamanashi Creation Council (advisory body to the Governor of Yamanashi Prefecture)

External Advisor / Fellow

・Special Researcher (Science Fellow), Frontier Research Center, POLA Chemical Industries, Inc.

・Scientific and Technical Advisor, Happy Quality Co.

・Science and Technology Advisor, Tosei Asset Advisors Co.

Academic Institutions

・Fourth-year student in the Nozaki Research Laboratory, Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, The University of Tokyo


・Junior Knight of the Order of the Savoias of Italy


・Certified Nursing Assistant (Certified Practical Nursing Assistant)

・Class 1 Small Ship Pilot's License

・Pilot's License for Specified Small Vessels

・Airline Communication Operator Certificate, Civil Aviation Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism

・Aviation Radio Operator's License

・Second Class Aviation Medical Certificate

・Poisonous and Deleterious Substance Control Officer

・Class 1 Regular Motor Vehicle Driver's License

Former Titles

・Director of the Carbon Recovering Research Agency (CRRA, pre-incorporation, 2017 - 2020)

・Frontier Crew Member, International Space Station (ISS) KIBO Space Broadcast Station (2020)

Awards and achievements

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・Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Strategic Information and Communications R&D Promotion Project (SCOPE), Special Framework for Creative People, INNO-vation Program Recipient (October 25, 2017)


・Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) Super Science High School (SSH) Student Research Presentation, Student Choice Award (August 9, 2018)

・Mayor's Special Recognition Award, 14th Anniversary Ceremony of Hokuto City, Yamanashi Prefecture (November 1, 2018)


・Satoshi Omura Natural Science Award (February 15, 2019)

・Hokuto Municipal Koryo High School, Yamanashi Prefecture, School Director's Award (March 1, 2019)

・University of Tokyo Summer Founders Program Project Candidate (July, 2019)

・Selected as one of the "30 Japanese under 30 who will change the world": Forbes JAPAN 30 UNDER 30, Science Category Award (August 23, 2019)


・Junior Knight of the Order of the Royal Knights of Savoia, Italy (May 1, 2020)

・Selected by the Kuma Foundation for a fourth term (June 2020)


・Selected as one of "Forbes JAPAN's 100 People of the Year": Forbes JAPAN 100 (December 25, 2021)

Conferences, lectures, events

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・Hiyassy presented and exhibited at the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications booth at Japan Expo Thailand 2019, Bangkok, Thailand, January 25-27, 2008.

・Invited panelist for the 1st International Conference on Carbon Recycling Industry-Government-Academia 2019, hosted by Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, Tokyo, Japan, September 28, 2019.

・Participation as a delegate of the University of Tokyo in COP25 (25th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change), Madrid, Spain, December 2-6, 2019.

Stopping Global Warming to Save All 7.5 Billion People Around the World. Presented at SDGs Network Yamanashi Global Warming Prevention Meeting, Yamanashi Prefectural Museum of Literature, Koufu, Japan, December 15, 2020.



Development of CO2 Capture Equipment for Educational Use and Methane Generation Reaction from CO2 Using Mechanochemical Reaction. Presented at The 4th Symposium of the New Energy and Hydrogen Division, hosted by The Japan Institute of Energy, Tokyo, Japan, January 15, 2020.

Summer Vacation Special Program: Big Brother Kazumi's Storytelling Session (Oniisan no Monogatari Kai ), a free prep school event for Koryo High School students), Koryo High School, Hokuto, Yamanashi, Japan, August 8, 2020.

The world as seen from Berlin and Gen Z. Presented at the International Business Conference, Innovation Garden, In conversation with media aesthetician Mitsuhiro Takemura, October 9, 2020.

Intellectual curiosity is the driving force! - Actions that adults should take to nurture children's intellectual curiosity, Presented at the  Junior Chamber International Japan September meeting, Kasukabe, Japan, September 16, 2020.

I want to know more! I want to learn! ~Why Why Why Exciting Kasukabe JC Laboratory. Presented at the Public Interest Incorporated Association,  Junior Chamber International Japan November meeting, Kasukabe, Japan,

November 15, 2020.

Climate Change: Making Room for Hope (Speaker at a session on the prospects for halting climate change), SIGEF2020, one of the world's largest international conferences on SDGs, November 18, 2020.

How to save the Earth and explore Mars, Presented in English at TED x TIU, Tokyo International University, Kawagoe, Japan, December 23, 2020.

How to save the Earth and explore Mars. Presented at the Nagasaki Fishing Boat Equipment Industry Cooperative, December 26, 2020.



Talking about the Future with Kazumi Muraki. Presented at NPO Yatsugatake SDGs School, 3rd Yatsugatake SDGs Community, February 13, 2021.

Regeneration realized by Generation Z entrepreneurs. Presented at the International Conference on Sustainable Brands 2021, Pacifico Yokohama, Yokohama, Japan, February 25, 2021.

Inside the Mind of a 20-Year-Old Who Wants to Save the Earth. Nikkei COMEMO "Makiko's Room", online, March 23, 2021.

Forbes Japan presents Circular Economy Talk. Forbes Japan, YouTube Live, May 28, 2021.

We think of the Moon as the leader of the next generation. Presented at the International Space Exploration Symposium 2021, online streaming, July 20, 2021.

Protecting the Earth Will Take Us to Mars!〜The Magic of Carbon Dioxide. Mebuki Tanemaki, online, October 16, 2021.


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Muraki, K. Kasei ni sumu tsumoridesu ~ Nisankatanso ga chikyū o sukuu (I'm going to live on Mars - Carbon dioxide will save the Earth); Kobunsha, 2021. (On sale. It's the first book I've written!)


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日本エネルギー学会 第4回 新エネルギー・水素部会シンポジウム 招待講演、2020年1月15日



・村木風海. 地球を守り, 火星を拓く. 精密工学会誌. 2023. vol. 89, no. 1, p. 45-50. doi:10.2493/jjspe.89.45

Moon Village Association  7th Global Moon Village Workshop & Symposium 招待講演、2023年12月10日

  『Development of a Small CO2 Capture Device for Educational Use and Democratization of Direct Air Capture with a view to Application and Development to ECLSS

・Muraki, K. Methane production from carbon dioxide using aluminum foil. To be submitted.



その後投稿の機会を窺っていましたが, 学位授与機構の条件として, 学位論文として提出する論文はジャーナル投稿前に限るという要件があり, 私自身の学士号取得の為に投稿することができないままいました. 本年度に学位取得後はすぐにジャーナルに投稿し, 発表予定です.

2024年3月追記:2月に学位を取得した為, 制約がなくなりました. 現在ジャーナルへの投稿準備中です.


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Muraki, K. Carbon Dioxide Capture System. Japan Patent No. 7004881, Jan. 7, 2022.

Media appearances

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New Generation [Radio Broadcast]. February 5 and 12, 2018 (broadcast for two consecutive weeks). FM FUJI: Japan.

Bunashi Academy 2.0 [Television Broadcast]. August 18, 2018. Nippon Television Network Corporation: Japan.


โอฮาโยะเจแปน (Ohayo Japan) [Television Broadcast]. February 19, 2019. Amarin TV: Thailand.

Te Te Te Te! TV [Television Broadcast]. March 14, 2019 (Live). Yamanashi Broadcasting System: Japan.

Kicks [Radio Broadcast]. March 19, 2019 (Live). Yamanashi Broadcasting System Radio: Japan.

ZIP!×Zero Collaboration Special [Television Broadcast]. July 20, 2019. Nippon Television Network Corporation: Japan.

Waniista Lunch Time [Radio Broadcast]. September 25, 2019 (Live). FM Yatsugatake: Japan.

Yurika's Radio [Radio Broadcast]. October 19, 2019 (Live). Rainbow Town FM: Japan.

Passionate Report Live News Op Ed [Video file] November 14, 2019 (Live). NOBORDER NEWS TOKYO: Tokyo, Japan.

Yamanashi Imajin [Television Broadcast]. December 11, 2019. Yamanashi Broadcasting System (UTY/UFH): Japan.


Kicks [Radio Broadcast]. January 13, 2020 (Live). Yamanashi Broadcasting System Radio: Japan.

・The World's Notable University of Tokyo Students Who Can Stop Global Warming [Television Broadcast]. YBS Wide News, February 10, 2020. YBS Yamanashi Broadcasting Corporation: Japan.

Inquiry Stairway [Television Broadcast]. February 20, 2020. TV Tokyo: Japan.

Swamped and Asked [Television Broadcast]. July 7, 2020. NHK E-television: Japan

・We are KIBO CrewKIBO [Television Broadcast]. Space Broadcasting Station Opening Special Program, August 12, 2020. BS SKY Perfect, YouTube LIVE: Japan.

Morning [Radio Broadcast]. August 13 and 20, 2020 (broadcast for two consecutive weeks). FM FUJI: Japan.

TBS News [Television Broadcast]. October 2, 2020. TBS: Japan.  (Available on YouTube, Twitter, and Facebook)

Fresh Faces [Television Broadcast]. October 17, 2020. BS Asahi: Japan.

Across the Sky [Radio Broadcast]. November 15, 2020 (Live). J-WAVE: Japan.

・News feature in Sugoroku [Television Broadcast]. December 7, 2020. UTY Yamanashi Broadcasting System: Japan. 


J-WAVE Holiday Special 20VOICES 20TUNES [Radio Broadcast]. January 11, 2021 (Live). J-WAVE: Japan.

Launch! Mirai Creator [Television Broadcast]. January 16, 2021. TV Asahi: Japan.

ABEMA Hills [Television Broadcast]. January 22, 2021. ABEMA NEWS: Japan.

Yataro Ichimonji's Weekend Naturalist Morning Nama! [Radio Broadcast]. February 6, 2021(Live). Hiroshima RCC Radio: Japan. 

Riken Technos Presents: Yume Labo [Television Broadcast]. March 20, 2021. BS12ch: Japan.

・INNOVATION SUPER LIVE - Introducing the technology of INNOVATION β with a bang! 〜(MIC Iyengo-vation: Japan. live on March 25, 2021)

・FES2021 Special Interview with Kazumi Muraki. April 2, 2021. Mynavi Student's Window. Mynavi: Japan.

・Kai Radio [Radio Broadcast]. Radio No. 1, May 28, 2021. NHK Kofu Broadcasting Station: Japan.

Saturday [Television Broadcast]. April 2, 2021. Nippon Television Network Corporation: Japan.

Saturday [Television Broadcast]. June 5, 2021. Nippon Television Network Corporation: Japan.

Baton Touch SDGs Hajimashite Masu [Television Broadcast]. June 5, 2021. BS Asahi: Japan.

ABEMA Hills [Television Broadcast]. June 14, 2021 (Live). ABEMA NEWS: Japan.

Launch! Mirai Creator [Television Broadcast]. July 4, 2021. TV Asahi: Japan.

Society 5.0 Shangri-la [Radio Broadcast]. July 11, 2021 (Live). Bunka Hoso: Japan.

Growing Reed [Radio Broadcast]. July 14, 2021. J-WAVE: Japan.

ABEMA Hills [Television Broadcast]. July 19, 2021 (Live). ABEMA NEWS: Japan.

STEP ONE [Radio Broadcast]. August 11, 2021 (Live). J-WAVE: Japan.

Sunday Japon [Television Broadcast]. August 22, 2021 (Live). TBS TV: Japan.

ABEMA Hills [Television Broadcast]. August 23, 2021 (Live). ABEMA NEWS: Japan.

Ijuin Hikaru Torajito [Radio Broadcast]. September 21, 2021 (Live). TBS Radio: Japan.

・Jiro Shimbo Zoom, That's Enough! [Television Broadcast]. September 21, 2021 (Live). Nippon Broadcasting System: Japan.

Chosensha no Hajigen ~My Episode 0~  [Television Broadcast]. October 2, 2021. TV Asahi: Japan.

Saturday Station [Television Broadcast]. October 2, 2021 (Live). TV Asahi: Japan.

TOMAS presents High School a Go Go! [Radio Broadcast]. October 4, 2021. TBS Radio: Japan.

Sunday Japon [Television Broadcast]. October 10, 2021. TBS Television: Japan.

Keiko Toda Otona Quality [Television Broadcast]. October 10, 2021. Nippon Broadcasting System: Japan.

TOMAS presents High School a Go Go! [Radio Broadcast]. October 11, 2021. TBS Radio: Japan.

Baile Yokohama  [Radio Broadcast]. October 17 and 24, 2021(broadcast for two consecutive weeks). FM Yokohama: Japan.

News, magazine and journal articles

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・ Muraki, K. High School Genius Who Developed Semi-Permanent Carbon Dioxide Recovery Device Has Next Aim: 'Make Methane from Carbon Dioxide. Gas Review. December 1, 2018, 901, 13-14. 


Muraki Takes on Global Warming Countermeasures. Yatsugatake Journal, January 16, 2019.

・"I've been thinking about CO2 every day for eight years" - "INNO-vator" high school student's dream. CNET Japan, February 10, 2020.

・ (Yamanashi) Dream 'Nobel Prize': Two Junior High and High School Students Win the Satoshi Omura Natural Science Prize. Asahi Shimbun Digital, February 16, 2019.

・Global Warming Prevention 'Hiyasy' Development: Satoshi Omura Natural Science Prize, Kazumi Muraki (18), a student at the University of Tokyo starting next month. Asahi Shimbun, Asahi Shimbun Digital, March 3, 2019.

・18-Year-Old Researcher Challenges CO2 Direct Air Capture. Sumitomo Mitsui Financial Group Environmental Information Magazine SAFE, vol.127, Special Feature "Geoengineering to Artificially Cool the Earth," May 2019, 9.

・ The Magnificent Blueprint of a 19-Year-Old Who "Fell in Love with Carbon Dioxide." Forbes JAPAN, August 29, 2019.

・ Carbon dioxide also causes climate change, but it's a substance with unlimited potential. Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications, Innovation Program onsite media, Innovators, October 31, 2019.


・The University of Tokyo students of "Innovative" challenge: Will CO2 capture stop global warming?

Young Innovative Scientist Tackles Climate Change. Prime Minister's Office, We are Tomodachi, January 25, 2020.

We are Rewriting the World: The 30 'Future Ideals' of Generation Z. Forbes JAPAN, August/September 2020 issue, July 22, 2020.

Why Kazumi Muraki, a chemist born in 2000, continued his carbon dioxide research even after 10 years of denial. Meet Recruit, on-demand media, August 3, 2020.

・To You Who Want to Work in Space! I want to introduce you to Mr. Sparkles. Cosmo Women's Note Magazine Project, September 21, 2020.

Forbes Fashion -Update Your Business. Forbes JAPAN, November issue, September 25, 2020.

・I want to solve the big problem of global warming in a loose and fluffy way, and my dream is to go to Mars. And my dream is to go to Mars. Kuma Foundation, October 16, 2020.

The 'Sorarin Plan' beyond Direct Air-Cooling Technology (DAC). METI Journal, Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, November 16, 2020.

Fumai Muraki, who aims to invent a way to stop global warming and emigrate to Mars. Re-rise News, December 4, 2020.

・What is the bright future that Kazumi Muraki, a scientist born in the year 2000, envisions with carbon dioxide? Mizuho Bank Future Creation Web Magazine, December 17, 2020.



・Let's talk about the continuation of the dream 2021. Asahi Shimbun National Edition, January 5, 2021. Tohoku and Koshinetsu editions published on January 1, 2021.

Follow your love and carve out a path to your dream! Part 1. The Voyage, Space Mail Magazine, January 19, 2021.

People and Topics. The Chemical Daily, January 29, 2021, 1.

From Large-Scale Concentration to Self-Sustaining Decentralization. What we can do now to leave this Earth to the next generation. Forbes JAPAN BrancdVoice Studio, February 10, 2021.

・Carbon Dioxide Research Paves the Way to a Dream! Part 2. The Voyage, Space Mail Magazine, February 19, 2021.

Small CO2 Direct Air Recovery Device: CO2 Recovery at Home. Nikkei Architecture, March 25, 2021.

Nameko Shinsan Mita! Young Successful People's Self-Love Thinking. Numero TOKYO, May issue, March 27, 2021.

High School Rhapsody. Asahi Shimbun EduA April issue, April 11, 2021.

Kazumi Muraki invented a CO2 capture device in high school. Asahi Chugakusei Shimbun, May 30, 2021.

Research Starts at Elementary School: CO2 Recovery Operation! Researcher Kazumi Muraki. Asahi Shogakusei Shimbun, May 31, 2021.

The future Nobel Prize? Super University Student's Brilliant Research Career. President Family, Summer 2021 issue, June 5, 2021.

Vision: Aiming to Achieve CO2 Fuel Production. Yamanashi Nichinichi Shimbun, July 1, 2021.

Direct capture of carbon dioxide and its conversion into energy to prevent global warming and emigrate to Mars!. Yotsuya Otsuka Dream Navi, September issue, July 16, 2021.

Activists of Generation Z. Anan, No. 2260, July 28, 2021.

・Money☆Interview: Protecting the Earth from Global Warming through Research on Capturing and Utilizing Carbon Dioxide and Pursuing the Dream of Emigrating to Mars. Nikkei Money, December issue, on sale October 21, 2021.

The current students of the University of Tokyo are challenging to "save the earth" and "emigrate to Mars." Nikkei BP, published on October 26, 2021.

Commercials and advertisements

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・Super Tokyo University Students Addicted to Chocolate. Lotte and Shukan Shincho tie-in ad, Shukan Shincho, October 14, 2021. (On sale from October 7, 2021!)

・『Mush up! こうしてみらいは、できていく』(中国電力、WEB CM、2022年3月〜)


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Forbes Fashion - Update Your Business. Forbes JAPAN, November issue, September 25, 2020.


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