・ Educational journalist
・ KEI Advanced, Inc. Consulting Department member
・ University entrance examination writer / researcher

December 1985Joined Kawaijuku Educational Institute
December 2007Retired from Kawaijuku Educational Institute, worked at a university in Tokyo from October
December 2015After retiring from university, he worked as a writer and editor for Kawaijuku "Guideline" and Asahi Shimbun Publishing "University Ranking".After that, he worked for the National Research and Development Agency and continues to the present.

After joining Kawaijuku Educational School in 1985, he has been engaged in collecting and disseminating university entrance examination information for over XNUMX years, and is also in charge of editing the monthly magazine "Guideline".
After retiring from Kawaijuku in 2007, he has been engaged in entrance examination work such as pass / fail judgment and entrance examination system design at a university in Tokyo, and is also in charge of student recruitment and public relations work.
After retiring from university in 2015, he worked as a writer and editor for Asahi Shimbun Publishing "University Ranking" and Kawaijuku "Guideline", and contributed to Nihon Keizai Shimbun and Mainichi Shimbun media.After that, after working at the National Research and Development Agency, he has been providing consulting to support various university issues since 2016. Since KEI Advance is a Kawaijuku Group, it is possible to conduct simulations and market trend surveys using a huge amount of entrance examination data, so it is diverse regardless of the installer, such as future plans / medium-term plan formulation, new faculty establishment, and support for entrance examination system design. Many requests are received every day.