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Architect

Itaru Sasaki, Japanese Architect. Registered architect. Recipient 34th Shinseisaku-Kyokai Prize For New Artists, 1970, Prize for Fine Work Japan Sign Design Association, 1988.

Background

Sasaki, Itaru was born on October 22, 1935 in Hiroshima, Japan. Son of Shigeru and Yoshie (Kishima) Sasaki.

Education

Bachelor in Engineering, Kanto Gakuin University, Yokohama, Japan, 1962.

Career

Member of staff, Tokoro Planning Office, 1963-1965; architect, Sasaki Itaru Architectural Planning Room, Hiroshima, since 1970; also board directors, Sasaki Itaru Architectural Planning Room, Hiroshima. Lecturer Kinki U., Kure, Japan, 1972-1991, Hiroshima Women's College, since 1983.

Achievements

  • Registered architect.

Membership

Member Promotional Committee for Industrial Design in Hiroshima, 1979-1982. Member Steering Council for Art Exhibition in Hiroshima, 1986-1987. Member Architectural Institute Japan, Japan Institute Architects, Nippon Harmonica Club (councilor), All Japan Harmonica Federation (board directors), Hiroshima Harmonican Family (president), Hiroshima Prefecture Harmonica Circuit Conference (president).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocation: playing harmonica.

Connections

Son of; married Fumiko Katamura, January 8, 1987.

father:
Shigeru Sasaki

mother:
Yoshie (Kishima) Sasaki

spouse:
Fumiko Katamura