I had worked at travel agencies in San Francisco and Bay area for almost 20 years, where its buildings and environment are built as universal designed concept.
I saw a lot of disabled people and wheelchairs users walk in the town. Regardless of the age, ability, or status of life, everyone enjoy the city life.
I came back to my hometown in Japan in 2011 when the Tohoku earthquake struck offshore of the North-East area in Japan. I considered what I wanted to do in my country whose population has rapidly aging. Working at travel agencies or part time job for several years since I came back to Japan, I found out that care taxi driver was what I wanted to do.
I would like to drive and guide disabled people and wheelchair who want to travel in Japan. For example, Japanese American wheelchair users who want to visit their hometown in Japan, I want to guide them to their hometown. I can drive them from places in Mie Prefecture to any other places in Japan, or from any other places to in Mie prefecture.
If you want to go to Ise Shrine, the best way is to come to Tsu Nagisamachi by Ferry boat from Chubu International Airport. I pick you up at Tsu Nagisamachi and drive you to Ise shrine .
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I enjoyed camping and trekking at Lake Tahoe and Yosemite. I climbed up to Half Dome two times. I would go to Sacrament River at Mt. Shasta for fly fishing. I like playing tennis, baseball and golf. Cycling and jogging are also my interests. Backpacking in Asian countries are wonderful experience to my life.
DOKOIKU KAIGO TAXI for Wheelchairs
DOKOIKU means〝where are we going?" or 〝where are you going?" in Japanese.
Our Taxi is Toyota, ALPHARD, which is comfortable luxury minivan.