Kyoko Shimada grew up in Tokyo. She joined Nissan Motor as a designer in 1967 after graduating from the Japan Women's University with a major in architecture. She worked in various fields, including product planning, a corporate identity project, sales planning, public relations, corporate citizenship activities, and corporate social responsibility (CSR).
Inside the doors at Nissan Motor Corporation, we hope that each one of us will continue to be among these "Moving "People" who influence customers emotionally well into the future, continuing the proud tradition established and maintained over the past 80 years.
Scott Fisher is a man on a mission. Not the kind of mission with deadlines and meetings – a mission to reconnect with his 1967 Datsun Fairlady Roadster and discover the wide-open spaces of North America.
Yoshikazu Hanawa was born in Tokyo in 1934. He joined Nissan Motor in 1957 upon graduating from the Faculty of Economics at Tokyo University. He worked mainly in the human resources field and was appointed a director in 1985 and promoted to representative director and president in 1996.
Shozo Sato joined Nissan Motor in 1937 and was transferred to the Design Department in 1948. He was appointed the head of the Body Design Team in 1950 and became the first head of the Design Department in 1954. It is believed that the first Bluebird (the 310 model) was based on his sketch.
Horie was born the city of Hiroshima in Hiroshima Prefecture in 1957. After graduating from a high school attached to the Department of Education of the University of Hiroshima in 1976, he enrolled in the College of Arts and Sciences at the University of Tokyo.