I'm currently a postgraduate student for Computing in Education MA program at Kings College London. I received my first master's degree in Arts and Science from The University of Tokyo, and bachelor's degree in Environmental and Information from Keio University in Japan. My research interest was Human-Computer Interaction, more particularly swimming education using underwater robot. (The video used in the article from New Scientists well explains what I made.) As a result, I was recognized by the Japanese government for innovative programming skills and was awarded the prestigious Super Creator certification.
After I graduate from The University of Tokyo, I was working for Microsoft for 4 years as a Program Manager in Office and Minecraft Education engineering teams in Tokyo and Seattle. I PMed many educational products ranging from Office Lens, Office Sway, Minecraft Hour of Code Designer, and Code Builder for Minecraft: Education Edition. My passion has been always on Products and Education, and now I'm currently pursuing to conduct a research on computer science education.