He served as chief editor of Nikkan Doboku Kenchiku Kogyo Shimbun (Civil Engineering & Construction Industry Daily Newspaper) and Kenchiku Chishiki (Knowledge of Building), a monthly magazine, chief of Planning Section of Nihon Doboku Kenchiku Tosei Kumiai (Japan Civil Engineering & Construction Control Union) and director of Nihon Fukko Kensetsu Kyokai (Japan Rehabilitation & Construction Association) and official of a few other construction industry organizations.
He became director of Okakura Shobo (Okakura Publishing Company) (1945) and director of Christian Center and Cultural Center (1949). He assumed the above-captioned posts (1950) and the same year became counselor of Zenkoku Chusho Kigyo Yogo Remmei (National Small and Medium Enterprises Protection League). He became official of the newly established Kensetsu Rodo Kyokai (Construction Labor Industry Association) (1951).
He visited China, Manchuria, Korea and Formosa to inspect welfare facilities for laborers. He held additional posts of counselor of Nihon Fudosan Kyokai (Japan Real Estate Association), president of Shichito Kohatsu His books include Kenchikukai-no Doko (The Trend of Building Industry) and Rinji Shikin Chosei-ho-to Doboku (The Means To Raise Emergency Funds and Civil Engineering).