I’d like to introduce the one of the 8 students who’s going to start working with us next year.
This is my son, Hikaru Isowa from Waseda University.
To work for a company except ISOWA before joining ISOWA, or to start his career: that is a question. Both options have merits and demerits. But we had to make a decision.
It is common in Japan that a son who graduates from the university starts working for the different company from his father’s for several years like me. However we decided not to follow it.
That’s because we are aiming toward having the best corporate culture in the world.
If we will be a company with the best corporate culture in the world, we should be able to educate new graduates better than anyone else. There should be fair and disinterested people who are very strict to my son and won’t spoil him.
Speaking of not spoiling, pumpkin was on the today’s lunch menu.
That’s the only thing that he can’t eat and he says he gets nauseous only by seeing it.
What a coincidence!
I’m sure he realized there would be many challenges waiting ahead of him.
He’s working as a bus boy at the Japanese restaurant in Tokyo, where he was recently told that he looks similar to Bruce Lee.
Although he didn’t know who Bruce Lee was and what Bruce Lee looked like, he apparently found some resemblance seeing his pictures on the internet.
More people say my son is starting to look like me in recent years.
Does that mean I am like Bruce Lee?
When I sat in front of the Buddhist altar tonight, I found his business card given to him earlier today there. It’s a wonderful thing to respect and report to our ancesters.
I’m looking forward to working together toward bringing our dream into reality.
This is also the end of recruiting activity this year. Eight students will join us next year.
I’d like to say thank all students who got interested in us and applied, and all who were involved.
Our recruiting activity has been greatly improved over the last two years.
That is all because of the devotion of the new members.
Let’s make it even better next year!