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Engineering educator

Amasaka Kakuro, Japanese engineering educator. Achievements include patents in field. Recipient Aichi Invention prize. Member of Japan Society for Production Management (vice president 2002-2005), Union Japanese Scientists and Engineers (director Deming Prize 2001-2005).

Background

Kakuro, Amasaka was born on May 5, 1947 in Aomori-shi, Aomori-ken, Japan. Son of Amasaka Kichisaburo and Amasaka Shie.

Education

Doctor of Science of Engineering, Aoyama Gakuin University, Japan, 2005.

Career

General manager Toyota Motor Corporation, Toyota-shi, Japan, 1967—2000. Professor Aoyama Gakuin University, Sagamihara-shi, Japan, since 2000.

Achievements

  • Achievements include patents in field.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to science journals (Nikkei Hinshitsu-kanri Bunken-prize, 2000, Nikkei Hinshitsu-kanri Bunken-shou prize, 1992, Hinshitsu Gujyutsu-shou prize, 1993, Hinshitsu Gijyutsu-shou prize, 1999, Nikkei Hinshitsu-kanri Bunken-shou prize, 2001, Kansei Kougaku-kai Shuppan prize, 2002, Statistical Quality Control prize, 1976).

Membership

Member of Japan Society for Production Management (vice president 2002-2005), Union Japanese Scientists and Engineers (director Deming Prize 2001-2005).

Connections

Married Amasaka Oota, June 21, 1950. Children: Amasaka Tatsuro, Amasaka Akiko, Amasaka Arihiro.

father:
Amasaka Kichisaburo

mother:
Amasaka Shie

spouse:
Amasaka Oota

child:
Amasaka Tatsuro Kakuro

child:
Amasaka Akiko Kakuro

child:
Amasaka Arihiro Kakuro