The purpose of the Web page is to present a summary of my
both private and work —
introducing who I am, what I did,
where I have been and when, which route I preferred, and how I soared.
In the progress of creating this page, I came to a strong conclusion that I am quite a curious person and strive to achieve my goals in the most efficient and straightforward manner.
I am a native Japanese. I graduated
university in Japan, joined NEC Japan, quit it and joined
in Japan, and then started working in USA at Chips &
USA, Auctor Corporation, and SanDisk
Both Japanese and English language are accessible on this Web page. The context was originally written in English for easier application and later translated into Japanese. Translating English to Japanese was no problem. However, the irritating portion was typing the sentences by Japanese word processor although I have long term experience of handling Japanese word processors from its emergence. Taking 4 times as long compared to typing in English, I began to ponder that perhaps for this reason, Japan is the third class country in the world concerning software development.
The contents of the page,
"Career", will be appended and updated soon —
It is only about 10% complete by today. In
the near future, interesting story along with
pictures introducing the culture difference between Japan and USA, will be
My first Web page was published in 1995
by using a regular text editor. The work seemed to be a source code manual editing of
Microsoft Word document file with formatting
options. I slowly worked on the page hoping that a certain commercial company
would soon develop and provide a Web page processor similar to existing word
I paid close attention to the followings
while making the Web page:
Regardless of visitors' recognition, I also
utilized a certain special techniques from my technical interest:
Internal and external hyperlinks are
clearly discriminated by putting bold attribute for internal
This Web page has been created in casual
manner with a certain weird jokes and somewhat strange personal observations.
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