Architect office register No.1-0705-5733 (by Governer of Chiba Pref.)
1-12-22-401 Kitazakae Urayasu 279-0002, Japan
TEL:047-382-4010 (AM9:00 - PM5:00)
1999: Launched Mansion Nairankai support business.
2004: Put up an expert team with lawyer and financial advisor to provide useful information to first home buyers through Internet.
2005: Just after the issue of structure check forgery outbreak that shook the Japanese inside, he was interviewed for The Mainichi Shimbun(one of three national Japanese daily newspaper), and his comment was carried by a national version.
SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS
Experienced in collaborating with foreign architectural professionals especially with the British landscape architects. In-depth understanding of Japanese general construction principles and supervising. Strong abilities to identify and tackle multicultural realsetate/construction issues.
Endowed with the talent of making end-user oriented planning which include communication and promotion programs toward the market.
1990-1992 Assistant Supervisor Taisei Corporation, Tokyo, Japan.
* Supervised construction projects:Research institute of the pharmaceutical company, the 250 rooms hotel near Narita International Airport.
1992-1996 Chief Designer Schun Hagiwara & Urban Matrix Inc., Tokyo, Japan.
* Designed (master plan/execution design), produced specifications and precise estimations for the public park development project as a Japanese chief architect with British landscape architects.
* Presented progress report of the project to Mayor at each end of fiscal year as a designer and an interpreter. Coordinated international agreements of design works of the project.
* Supported foreign professionals (UK, USA, France) at the international urban design framework proposal project for the public sector at subsidiary level.
1997- Representative KZ Atelier Co., Ltd. Tokyo, Japan.
Mr Yoshio KIDO started attending Nairankai in 1999. He has taken nomination not only from Japanese but also from European, American and Chinese investors living in Japan.