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international peach research educator

Hideki Takeda, Japanese international peach research educator. Lecturer Japan Association, New York, 1992; karate performer Okinawa Culture Association, Tokyo, 1993-2000; panelist Boston Okinawa Network, 1998, president, 1998.

Background

Takeda, Hideki was born on January 14, 1943 in Yonezawa City, Yamagata, Japan. Son of Konosuke and Masu (Murakami) Takeda.

Education

Master of Science, Tokyo University, 1969. Postgraduate, Tokyo University, 1972.

Career

Lecturer National Ryukyu University, Okinawa, Japan, 1972-1975. Associate professor Ryukyu University, 1975-1992, professor international peace, since 1992. Visiting researcher British Museum, London, 1979-1981.

Supreme master International Inst Traditional Marital Arts Karatedo, Okinawa, since 1993. Permanent executive board member Japan, Asia, Africa and Latin America Solidarity Committee, since 1998. President Okinawa, Asia, Africa and Latin America Solidarity Committee, since 1998.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: The Textile Industry of the Postwar Japan, 1976, The Vietnamese Revolution and International Solidarity, 1982. Author, editor: The Age of Internationalization 1, 1993, The Age of Internationalization 2, 1993.

Membership

Lecturer Japan Association, New York, 1992. Karate performer Okinawa Culture Association, Tokyo, 1993-2000. Panelist Boston Okinawa Network, 1998, president, 1998.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Sea fishing.

Connections

Married Noriko Shiba, September 5, 1971. Children: Risa, Yue, Rei.

father:
Konosuke Takeda

mother:
Masu (Murakami) Takeda

spouse:
Noriko Shiba

child:
Risa Takeda

child:
Yue Takeda

child:
Rei Takeda