There is no genius that beats hard work
He buys houses from Hokkaido to Kagoshima, renovates them, and lends them out to people who have difficulty renting their homes. Even though the number of vacant houses is increasing, the number of places for rent is decreasing... He believes that being a rentier l is a crucial way to build infrastructure. He has founded more than 250 student organizations. At the age of 22, he drove a foreign car, lived in Roppongi, went to casinos every day, and started his third life cycle in service to others. His dream is to own one percent of Japan's land. For that, he is now collecting mountains.
Start earning own money
Bought a computer with the 100,000 yen in pocket money he had saved and earn 800,000 yen a month as an affiliate and stockbroker.
Start living alone
Bought out the parents' school. Money began to run out. Having more money than he can spend
Admission to the Seismological Society of Japan
In the third year of junior high school, did a free research project on earthquake prediction, which was recognized.
Start a Landlord
wants to solve the vacant house problem/occupancy problem
Get 100 qualifications
Thinking it would be useful for the future.
Launch of the Science Club Academic Group
Being interested in science, completed college science studies by senior year of high school
Location：Hokkaido, Yamagata, Tokyo, Nagano, Niigata, Gifu, Kyoto, Osaka, Wakayama, Hyogo
Job：Landlord, construction, staffing, job placement, wholesale pharmaceutical sales, insurance agency, advertising agency, cram school, real estate leasing, property management, renovation, transportation, VC, foundation for high school students, various consultations.
Parents' tutoring school goes bankrupt and the house is foreclosed on