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まぐまぐ 神社ツーリズム 日本人の証明 神社人

東條英利

経歴

International Culture Promotion Association
(A general incorporated association):Representative director
JINJA writer(A free-lance writer of Japanese Shinto shrine or Japanese traditional culture)


Born in 1972, as a great-grandson of Hideki Tojo, the 40th prime minister of Japan.
Worked in a major mail-order company for 9 years. While spending 4 years in Hong Kong as a representative of the company, he realized the gap between the ideal and the reality of the actual global buisness and the culture.After coming back to Japan, he changed his job as a web director and and worked in the entertainment field. As he acquisition internet skils, he continues to grope what a Japanese model social buisness should be.
In 2008, he opened a website, “JINJAJIN”, to create the structure to learn about the shrine and shintoism, which will lead to spreading Japanese culture. Aiming to system all 88 thousands shrines all over Japan.

In 2013, established "International Culture Promotion Association" and take as a representative director.Carry out International exchange, education buisness, and media related to "culture"by holding up the creation of an "International Cultured Man" as a vision. Expanding lectures and study meating throughout Japan. Works:「Proof of Japanese(日本人の証明)」(Gakken Publishing Co.Ltd) 「Jinja Tourism(神社ツーリズム)」(FUSOSHA Publishing Inc.)Supervisor:「Basis of Jinsa(神社の基本)」(Ei-Publishing Co Ltd) 「Jinja selectioin according to the benefit for Girls prayers」(Magazin House, Ltd)Contribution:「Daily News Online」 「the view of Japan(日本の見方)」Also carries out supervision and writings in food magazines and international newspapers as a JINJYA writer.

Reference:Website of International Culture Promotion Association: http://www.icpa.jp

想い

We should become aware of how delightful and proud to be a Japanese!

By looking at the world, Japan has a very unique outlook and character.However when we are asked the reason, most of us will become silent. This is because Japanese nowadays

For example, how many Japanese understand the meaning of each national holidays?Probably the majority will not be able to answer the question.However, the creation of identity is greatly influenced by the culture.Which is an ability that will be required all over the world.

I believe we can contribute to creat a confident Japanese society by searching the identity as a Japanese and sharing it.Japan is very interesting. Every one of us is a field player. We should all be proud of our own country and share it with the world!

趣味

Inquiring shrines

He has been to over 850 shrines, and takes pictures as well.
He is continuing to quest for the stunning Japanese culture.

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