I was born in 1949 in Oku, Arakawa-Ward, Tokyo,and raised in a large family with grandparents, parents, uncle and brothers of cousin.
◉My grandmother, a daughter of a priest of the Ise Jingu Shrine,
moved to Tokyo to attend Toranomon Girls’ School. She had friendly relationship with prominent people such as Kinmochi Saionnji, Mitsuru Touyama and Touten Miyazaki.
◉Sun Wun (Son Bun), leader of the modern Chinese revolution,
whose whereabouts was unknown for about one year during his stay in Japan, was given shelter then at my grandmother’s house and at my grandfather’s parents’ house.
Because of this old relationship, I maintain friendly exchanges with Chinese VIPs to this day.
In １９６８ I was employed at Nichimen Corp. (currently Soujitsu)
In １９７２～ Active as father's secretary.
In １９９４～ Participated in the management of the shopping center
"MARe" at Musashi-Urawa Station South Building.
In 1972, the Japanese National Railways (currently JR) was aiming to open the Tohoku Shinkansen starting from Tokyo Station. But the City government together with citizens along the potential line bitterly opposed and stopped the project because they were worried about the likelihood of noise pollution from the new high-rise train lines and adverse impacts to television reception.
My father, Gentaro Nakamori, requested the JNR to explain to the local area, and proposed that a new commute line (currently the Saikyo Line) be provided as a merit to residents along the line when taking over.
I joined the Tohoku Shinkansen Construction Support Movement in 1976 and worked with his father, Gentaro, on the construction of a new commuter line (Saikyo Line) along with the construction of the Shinkansen and the establishment of Musashiurawa Station.
With the premise of taking measures against floods and noise, which had become a problem, along with the convenience of transportation, it reversed the majority in favor and contributed to the opening of the Tohoku Shinkansen.
In 1985 , Tohoku Shinkansen opens to Ueno Station,
I was able to see the Saikyo Line opening.
Once around Musashi-Urawa Station, there was often a flood of over 50cm when it rained.
So, during the development of the Shinkansen construction promotion movement, I negotiated with the national with my father,
Measures were taken to bury the pipe below the road beside Sasamegawa without burdening nearby residents and the prefecture.
Since then, roads around Musashiurawa Station have not been flooded.
Current landscape around the Sasame River
Established Urawa Cable Television Network (currently J-COM Saitama / East Japan) to eliminate radio interference caused by the passage of the Shinkansen as the secretary of my father, Gentaro Nakamori.
The installation of a large parabolic antenna eliminates the need to install a small parabolic antenna for each home.
In addition to providing groundbreaking TV transmission at the time, such as unlimited viewing of BS for 1,000 yen, CATV was also used to realize "TV image conferencing among residents".
At present, it has developed into one of the nation's leading cable television companies.
Large parabolic antenna installation