Mr. Kei Minohara
Minohara Project Conductor's Office (MPCO)
Urban planner. Pres. of Minohara Project Conductor’s Office. Graduated from Department of Education, Tokyo Univ. in 1958, and College of Science and Technology, Nihon Univ. in 1960. Joined the Ministry of Works in 1960, and started studying urban planning at University of Pennsylvania Graduate School next year. Worked as Urban Planning Manager at Ibaraki Prefectural Government, and as House Building Manager at the Ministry of Works. In 1985, retired from the Ministry. He’s currently a private urban planner and urban consultant. In 2003, awarded The City Planning Institute of Japan Ishikawa Prize for his many years achievement. His main works include Makuhari New Center, Makuhari Baytown Project, Fukuoka Island City Plan, Hiroshima Moto-machi Revitalization Plan, etc.
Ancien directeur de l'habitat et de la Construction du Japon, Grand Prix d'urbanisme du Japon.