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Tokiomi Yamamoto

Chairperson & CEO

Wahei Takeda's first apprentice
CEO of Dana Inc
Producer for the ‘New World’ writers


Born January 17, 1977, in Tochigi Prefecture. Graduated from Fukushima University.


Joined a CSR consulting company as a new graduate in 1999.

Tokiomi was a terrible salesperson in his first year. In his second year, however, facing his father's sudden death, he rose to action and became a top salesperson. Eventually, he started his own business but at the same time experienced hardships such as debt and divorce.


In seeking salvation, he learned about Eiichi Shibusawa, the father of Japanese capitalism. In addition, he was impressed by his famous book "Rongo to Soroban (Analects of Confucius and Abacus)" and became strongly influenced by it.


In search of a "modern-day Eiichi Shibusawa," he encountered his life mentor, Wahei Takeda, who is known as the best private investor in Japan. With his support, Tokiomi established Dana Inc., and became its chief executive director.


He later created a new profession/vocation called ‘producer for writers’, which promotes and supports their entire life and business. He then published a book titled "Become a virtuous being.  It’s easy to be liked by people and money!" (Written by Wahei Takeda and published by Kodansha).


In 2020, he realized his calling to create a New World in real life and created a natural farming eco-village in Nose, Osaka. He is also successfully working as a producer for the ‘New World’ writers, while supervising publications, schools, and events.


Tokiomi has authored two books: 

1. "Five stories that truly inspire the soul, told by Wahei Takeda, the happiest man in the world” and


2. a manga about the studies of Eiichi Shibusawa and Wahei Takeda called “Analects of Confucius and Abacus" (Both published by Kobunsha)


He also regularly appears on YouTube's "Tokitomo Channel."


His aspiration is "All mankind became a deity, and the earth became heaven."

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