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Kazuo Inamori (Buddhist Monk and Businessman)

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From founder of Kyocera (Kazuo Inamori, Japan) to Buddhist Monk

  1. Kazuo Inamori (Japanese Buddhist Businessman)
  2. Kyocera and Japan Airlines
  3. Conversion of Kazuo Inamori to Zen Buddhist monk

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Kazuo Inamori. Buddhist Monk and Businessman. Founder of Kyocera, Japan

Asia Masters, Doctorate (Global Business, Foreign Trade)

Religions, Ethics, and Global Business

The founder of Kyocera and former Director of Japan Airlines, PhD Kazuo Inamori was born in Kagoshima (Japan) in 1932. Currently; Inamori is also the President Emeritus of these companies and a Buddhist monk.

In the following sentence of Inamori; we find a Buddhist influence:

“No need to be isolated from the world to find enlightenment, you should find in your work. The financial aspects of the work are very few when compared to the actual capacity that it has to increase the value of your soul.” Kazuo Inamori

One of the most extraordinary features of PhD Inamori is his strong belief in Buddhism and the application of the Buddhist ethical principles in business management. Many of his views are based on the Buddhist principles like Karma.

“As a devout of the teachings of Siddartha, the Buddha, I deem that we should remember the philosophical teachings and ethical values of Buddha: to recognise when one has received enough.”

“As long as I live, I would like to continue to contribute to the material and spiritual happiness of humanity and society.” PhD Inamori

Ahimsa (Non-Violence) and International Business. Jainism Harmony of Religions. Sri Ramakrishna Principle and Global Business

In 1984, PhD Kazuo Inamori founded the Inamori Foundation.

In 1997, PhD Inamori was ordained Zen Buddhist Monk, with the name of Daiwa (the great harmony).

Religions and Business.

Bhagavad Gita, Sri Ramakrishna and Swami Vivekananda. Nonell
Gita Institute.

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