Next Generation Sequencing


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Protecting endangered species by cleaning Shibuya


Thank you for your participation.

Your support has helped us making “REDLIST IMPACTS IN SHIBUYA" a success.

We would like to express our sincere gratitude to all of you for your support.

Event Overview

Date and Time
January 28 (Saturday), 2023
16:50 Assembly 17:00 Start
(Finish around 19:00)
Meeting place
In front of the Hachikō dog statue at JR Shibuya Station
Eligibility for participation
Open to anyone who wants to participate in environmental activities, regardless of age, nationality, race, gender, etc.
Things to bring
Please come dressed comfortably for cleanup activities.
REDLIST will provide you necessary equipment such as gloves, tongs, garbage bags, etc.

Perks of Participation

①For all
・The first 150 participants get REDLIST DIGITAL ART (NFT).
・The first 50 participants get REDLIST original tote bag.
※Please choose which one.
②For those who meet the requirements
・Raffle for a pair of REDLIST sneakers

※Please check the details of requirements and perks at our official instagram

  • REDLIST Sneakers

    Design inspired by endangered species of animals. Symbolic of the REDLIST project, which embodies endangered species’ value in both the real world and the metaverse.


    REDLIST is actively developing products in the field of metaverse, and using them for environmental protection activities. NFT is the first product, offering one-of-a-kind value.

  • REDLIST Tote Bag

    An original product exclusive to this event. It is a sign of fellowship that you will continue to work together as a member of the REDLIST community.



REDLIST works with community members to conduct environmental cleaning activities called REDLIST IMPACTS, which aims to preserve the global environment in which endangered species of animals inhabit. The number of endangered species of wild animals is increasing rapidly. As of 2021, there are more than 37,400 species worldwide, and it is said that 28% of all species are listed as endangered species. The impact of habitat change or loss due to global warming, as well as the impact of foreign species on the ecosystem, are becoming increasingly serious. An immediate action and awareness campaign are needed. We would like to raise awareness of the importance of taking action, even if it is a small action, in order to create a big swell.

※Figures are taken from IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature) surveys.