Despite signs of economic stability in Japan and abroad, the world has not yet managed to eliminate the growing structural problems in politics, society, and race relations. The future remains uncertain and we cannot know what will happen in the future. We will continue to live in unpredictable times.
Since it was founded in 1966, Teikyo University has upheld the Educational Guidelines of "practical learning," "international perspectives," and "open-mindedness" as its School Philosophy. Even in these difficult times, our commitment to this philosophy has not wavered. In fact, it is precisely because we are living in such an unpredictable and difficult era that we need people who can make rational judgments about the world without prejudice and with a reliable international perspective. Moreover, one-of-a-kind human resources who have acquired theoretical thinking skills through practical learning will be increasingly needed in the future.
Teikyo University celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2016. How will we grow in the 50 years that follow this important milestone? How will our growth lead to contributions to society? Moving forward, we will continue to ponder this important question and devise a variety of plans.
Chairman and President
He was born in Tokyo. After graduating from Keio University’s Faculty of Science and Technology, he completed his M.S. in Mechanical Engineering at the Graduate School of Science and Technology of the same university. He currently serves as chairman and president of Teikyo University. He also serves as the president of Teikyo University Junior College operated by Teikyo University.