After graduating from Keio University and the same graduate school, he learned the lesson design method at the University of Georgia Graduate School of Education and was elected to the National Honor Student Association. After returning to Japan, a private school in Tokyo worked as an English teacher at the school. Since 2016, he has been a professor of the Junior and Senior High School of Engineering, and last year he studied the development of mental and cognitive functions of children at the Utrecht University Graduate School in the Netherlands. Based on the knowledge of educational theory, he continues to practice new lesson styles such as PBL (Project-Based Learning) and active learning. In 2016, he was the first Japanese to be selected as the final candidate for the Global Teacher Award. Currently, I am in charge of developing and implementing a teacher training program as a learning manager for junior high and high schools attached to Kogakuin University. Laboro is involved in launching the education business as the chief executive of the education business.