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■ How have you risen up to a director of Kiyoken?

K: I was always like a hungry dog. Namely, I was active to work all the time. I believe it took me to this place.



Kimizuka Yoshio
(A Director of Kiyoken)

■ For example, please.

K: I was a member of a Kiyoken's lab that was almost in charge of the sanitary supervision. One day, I got to direct Kiyoken's new restaurant which supplied Shanghai food. For trial, we invited two Chinese artisans called "Tenshin-shi."

Of course, I hadn't done that. But I did somehow without any maps and navigators. Many people helped and answered me. In 1989, established was "Tenshin-bu," a new department led by my works finally.


■ What did the experience give you?

K: On work, we must be more active. If you were staying passive without any reasons, nothing grows up and the fruits are going to be taken by hungry others like me.


■ Finally, would you tell me what you're doing in future?

K: I would. "Shiumai Bento" is our representative product. However, that was also a precious legacy developed several decades ago. Now, I believe we have to produce our next standard.


■ Kiyoken Main Office

■ Thanks, sir.


Interview & Text by Misaka Youhei

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