After graduating from the Faculty of Economics, Takasaki City University of Economics in 2002, joined AOKI Co., Ltd.
He has experience in store management, marketing, EC, CRM, and digital promotion in the fashion business.
In 2018, he transferred to AOKI Holdings Co., Ltd.
As CDO, he promoted DX for the entire group and launched multiple new businesses as CEO, contributing to the growth of the group.
In 2022, he retired from the company, and founded Farmer’s Manager Inc.
Miho is a language consultant and teacher for second language acquisition. Miho has more than 10 years of teaching experience both in Japan and in Australia. Miho has been helping lots of language learners study English and Japanese, supporting their mental well-being for language acquisition.
Her approach, which is based on the theory in Second Language Acquisition, is very unique. Prior to starting a consultation career, Miho worked as a Physical Education teacher at a high school in Japan.
She enjoyed not only teaching sports but also supporting her students’ school life. Miho’s qualifications include a Master of Applied Linguistics from University of Queensland (Australia) and a Bachelor of Sports Science from Osaka University of Sports Science (Japan).
After graduating from Hiroshima University, he got a job at the Wakayama Prefectural Office.
He has experience as a leader of various projects in the planning, financial and financial fields.
Later, as a researcher at the Keio University Global Security Center Research Institute, he researched international financial security, decentralization (doshu system), and the revitalization of local agriculture, forestry and fisheries industries.
After that, he joined Mitsubishi Corporation and has been active in Japan and overseas as a project manager for agriculture and food-related projects.
He has a lot of experience in farming guidance overseas such as Myanmar.
He is also a member of the Japanese government’s Regulatory Reform Council and Administrative Reform Council. Various consultations and guidance are available from upstream to downstream.
Graduated from Faculty of Economics, Wakayama University, withdrew from Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology, Kobe University, Ph.D. Since 2008, he has been a professor at the Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Economics, Yamaguchi University.
His specialties are regional business management and agricultural management, researching fruit farm management centering on citrus fruits, fruit and vegetable distribution, and rural entrepreneurship (social business).
He can provide various consultations and guidance on policy responses, business creation, organization building, marketing, etc. in fruit farm management.
The owner of Hachiichi Farm.
In Chigasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture, he is practicing regenerative organic farming, called no-till farming, and is working to solve the problem of climate change by regenerating soil.
He is available for consultation and guidance on no-till farming.