After 20 years of Japan experience and a master's degree in chemistry from the University of Tokyo, he joined Morgan Stanley's investment banking department in 2010. In Tokyo and New York, he was in charge of finance and M&A operations for companies listed on the Top 100. During his tenure, he completed a number of US$1 billion transactions, including real estate acquisitions. Joined HomeLink in March 2016. Holds a real estate broker qualification and is familiar with real estate and financial markets in various countries.
Before you know it, it's been almost 20 years since I came to Japan. The goodness of Japan is worth taking the time to fully appreciate and not something you can enjoy in a few trips. In terms of clothing, food, and housing, Japanese food and kimono are already highly regarded around the world, but I feel that the ability to communicate about "housing" is still lacking. Since my days at an investment bank, I have felt the fascination of Japan real estate and have repeatedly invested in it. In terms of high building quality, sound laws, and rationality of the tax system, there is no doubt that the quality of Japan real estate is one of the best in the world. However, perhaps because it is influenced by the Japan culture of wabi and sabi, Japan real estate is still undervalued.
In order to disseminate such "comfortable to live and safe to invest Japan" real estate to the world from an objective perspective, we have polished ourselves and built a professional team. In the phase when the coronavirus has finally subsided and the world is heading in a peaceful direction, we hope that it will blossom together with Japan real estate, and we will work hard.