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Tadashi Yamamoto

Tadashi Yamamoto, Japanese international exchange center administrator. Recipient Japan Foundation award for promoting international exchange, 1974. member executive advisory committee Asian Community Trust, since 1979.

Background

  • Yamamoto, Tadashi was born on March 11, 1936 in Tokyo, Japan. Son of Haruji and Toyoko (Hasegawa) Yamamoto.

  • Education

    • Bachelor of Arts, St. Norbert College (Wisconsin), 1960. Master of Business Administration, Marquette University, Milwaukee, 1962.

    Career

    • Assistant to president Shin-Etsu Chemical, Tokyo, 1962-1969. Executive secretary Japan Council for International Understanding, Tokyo, 1964-1969. President Japan Center for International Exchange, since 1969.

      President, chairman board JCIE, Inc./United States of America, New York City, since 1976. Japanese director Trilateral Commission, Tokyo, since 1973. Executive director United States-Japan Advisory Commission, 1983-1984.

      Member executive advisory committee Asian Community Trust, since 1979. Consultant Children's television Workshop, since 1973.

    Works

    • Translator: Crisis in the Classroom, 1973. School for the 70's and Beyond: A Call to Action, 1976. Co-editor: The Shimoda Report, 1982.

      Korea and Japan, 1978.

    Religion

    Denomination: Roman Catholic

    Membership

    Member executive advisory committee Asian Community Trust, since 1979.

    Connections

    • Married Chiyoko Aikawa, December 17, 1966. Children– Taro, Jiro, Saburo, Shiro.
    • father: Haruji Yamamoto
    • mother: Toyoko (Hasegawa) Yamamoto
    • spouse: Chiyoko Aikawa
    • children: Taro Yamamoto
    • Jiro Yamamoto
    • Saburo Yamamoto
    • Shiro Yamamoto
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    Born March 11, 1936
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