(Last updated : 2020-12-17 09:49:09)
   Department   Department of Business Administration, Faculty of Business Administration
   Position   Professor
■ Present specialized field
Commerce (Key Word:neighborhood commercial district revitalization, inner city regeneration, urban tourism, consensus building, San Francisco) 
■ Book and thesis
1. Article How Hippie Farmers and Hippie Chefs Created the Iconic American Slow Food: California Cuisine Japan Marketing Journal 39,pp.20-29 (Single) 2020/03
2. Article The Development of U.S. Organic Agriculture: How Back-to-the Landers and Hippies Revolutionized the American Food Industry Hitotsubashi Business Review 67(3),pp.8-18 (Single) 2019/12
3. Article Changes in Oregon's Farmers Market: From Eugene Producers' Public Market to Corvallis-Albany Farmers' Market Rissho Management Review 52(1),pp.29-64 (Single) 2019/09
4. Article The Development of Organic Produce Wholesalers in the United States: A Case Study of the Organically Grown Company  pp.1-28 (Single) 2019/09
5. Article The Back-to-the-Land Movement and the Development of Organic Agriculture in the United States  pp.21-51 (Single) 2018/09
6. Article Whose Paradise is Portland City, OR? An Analasis of the City's Dual Social Structure Japan Marketing Academy Working Paper Series Vol.2(No.3),pp.1-26 (Single) 2016/01Link
7. Article The emergence of participatory planning in conservative cities: A case study of Portland, OR Japan Marketing Academy Conference Proceedings (Vol. 4),pp.23-35 (Single) 2015/11
8. Article San Francisco's MOMA Area: The Development of Leather Subculture and Gay Tourism Japan Marketing Academy Conference 2014 Proceedings 164(176),pp.164-176 (Single) 2014/11
9. Article Using Urban Tourism to Revitalize Neighborhood Commercial Districts Japan Society of Marketing and Distribution Conference Proceedings 2014 2014,pp.120-129 (Single) 2014/05
10. Article Rebuilding a Blighted Port into a Recreational and Tourism-friendly
Waterfront: The Post-Earthquake Recovery of the Port of San
Francisco Journal of Global Scholars of Marketing Science: Bridging Asia and the World 24(2) (Single) 2014/03
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■ Book and thesis
1. Book From a "Growth Machine" to a "Livable City": Changes in City Planning or Portland, Oregon since the 1970s   (Single) 2017/04
2. Book Revitalizing Neighborhood Commercial Districts: The Experience of San Francisco   (Single) 2014/02Link
■ Academic conference presentation
1. 2015/10/24 Weakness in Japan's Civil Society in the Postwar Era (55th Annual Conference of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning)
2. 2014/11/23 San Francisco's SOMA Area: The Development of Leather Subculture and Gay Tourism (Japan Marketing Academy Conference 2014)
3. 2014/06/01 Using Urban Tourism to Revitalize Neighborhood Commercial Districts (Japan Society of Marketing and Distribution Conference 2014)
■ Winning science prize
1. 2016/06 Japan Society of Marketing and Distribution Japan Society of Marketing and Distribution Book Award (From "Blighted Areas" to "Cultural Attractions": The Transformation of Minority Neighborhoods in San Francisco)
■ Research topic, funded research, and department laboratory expense
1. 2016/04~2019/03  The Impact of Central City's Amenities on the Development of a Manufacturing Sector of High Value Added Products in a Metropolitan Area  (Key Word : )
■ Belonging society
1. 2008 Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP)
2. 2012~ Japan Marketing Academy