Diplomat and Vice Consul for the Empire of Japan in Lithuania who have issued Japan visas to a lot more than 6,000 Jewish refugees. His dad wanted him to become doctor, but he intentionally failed his medical entry exams and rather attended Waseda College or university, where he researched the English vocabulary. He was praised by Israel in 1985 for his courageous activities during World Battle II. He previously four sons along with his wife, Yukiko Kikuchi. He risked his existence by conserving Jews from extermination by Adolf Hitler as well as the Nazis.