Toshiko Yuasa, the first Japanese woman physicist and a pioneer in the Franco-Japanese cooperation. To honour her memory, the FJPPL has been renamed, the "Toshiko Yuasa Lab." (TYL) in a special ceremony during the last workshop in Tsukuba (May 21, 2009).
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from left to right: Fumihiko Takasaki (Japanese TYL Director, KEK), Etienne Augé (IN2P3/CNRS dep. Director), Atsuto Suzuki (KEK Director General), Nicolas Alamanos (CEA/Irfu Dep. Director), Sawako Hanyu (Ochanomizu Univ. President) , Yuzo ASANO (Yuasa's Family), Toshio ICHII (Yuasa's Family), Denis Perret-Gallix (French TYL Director, CNRS/!IN2P3)

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