The 32-year-old man who graduated from the prestigious Keio University and works at NYK Line, is also a board member of Tokyo-based nonprofit organisation Kokkyo naki Kodomotachi
(KnK), which aims to improve the lives of children and youth in Asia.
For the construction of these schools Tokyo based International Japanese Organization Kokkyo Naki Kodomotachi
(KNK) has provided the funds for the construction of six boys and girls schools, destroyed as a result of 8th October 2005 massive earthquake.
Kokkyo naki Kodomotachi
-Children without Borders- (KnK), a Japanese NGO,
NetTokyo began in 2005 and the inaugural event was a huge success which raised more than 600,000 yen for charities such as Nonohana-no-ie, Kokkyo Naki Kodomotachi
, Japan Leukemia Research Fund, the YMCA Children's Community Fund and Second Harvest.