Beyond the language barrier
We at the Interrapax Communication Services help you
to share your ideas with people around the globe.
What is “Interrapax?”
The name “Interrapax” comes from the opening phrase of a Gregorian chant: “Gloria in excelsis Deo; et in terra pax hominibus bonae voluntatis” or “Glory to God in the highest; And on earth peace to men of goodwill.”
Regardless of religion, belief or nationality, “Peace on earth” is a wish all the people on this planet have in common. More and more people in the world communicate with and understand one another across the border, we can make this long cherished wish come true.
In this belief, we are committed to make every effort to link people all the world over together and help each one of us create a new world where everyone can live in peace and happiness.
Masahiro Takuma, Executive Director
Interrapax Communication Services
Date and Place of Birth: July 6, 1964, Kitakyushu, Fukuoka, Japan
|Oct 2004||Established Tierra Music and published the first issue of “Monthly Daichi Music Webzine”|
|Jun 2003||Established Interrapax Communication Services|
|Apri 2002 – Mar 2003||Served as a part-time teacher in English at a public junior high school in Tokyo|
|Nov 1994 – Dec 2001||Secretarial work at the head office of Idaki Corporation, Tokyo|
|Nov 2001||Staff for Tadamitsu Saito (Idaki Shin) Ethiopia Concert “Cosmic Manifesto” held at the Meskel Square, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The concert gathering 110 thousand audiences turned out to be a great success for a new world where all the people on earth can live in peace, love and happiness.|
|Jun 1994||A volunteer staff for Tadamitsu Saito’s “S.T.3 Forest: Field of Love” Concert held at Kokugikan National Sport Hall, Tokyo|
|Dec 1992||A shocking encounter with Keiko Koma and Tadamitsu Saio (Idaki Shin). Participated in Tadamitsu Saito’s Idaki Group Counseling Course and Idaki Entrepreneur Course next year|
|Apr 1988 – Oct 1993||Worked for an export division at an electronic musical instrument company, specializing in Asia and Middle East and Hispanoamerican areas|
|Apr 1983 – Mar 1988||Studied linguistics, cultural antholopogy and international relations at Tokyo University of Foreign Studies|
|Apr 1980 – Mar 1983||A student at Kurate High School, Noogata, Fukuoka. To see and be shocked by the news showing the lack of knowledge of different language and cultures leading to racism, to xenophobia and even to war, decided to live to realize world peace through mutual understanding.|
For more information, please feel free asking us:
Attn. M. Takuma
#105 2-6-20 Futago Takatsu-ku Kawasaki
Kanagawa 213-0002 JAPAN