He worked for a major Japanese company, but realized that his work-life balance was deteriorating. He studied Zen at a famous temple in Kyoto and successfully restored his work-life balance.
Afterward, he studied under a Zen priest in Kyoto and obtained a master’s degree in religious studies at a Japanese university to deepen his knowledge of Zen’s history and wisdom.
He introduced Zen wisdom to hundreds of people, including executives from Western companies visiting Japan, and gave invited lectures at companies in Silicon Valley in the United States, along with the Zen priest. Through these experiences, he is capable of translating and conveying Zen wisdom to modern people.