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Published: Sept. 2, 2013
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About the author:Gary Joe Wolff is a Tokyo-based corporate communications consultant, university professor, and all-round nice guy. From Houston, Texas, USA, Gary earned a master's degree in civil engineering from the University of Texas and worked 12 years as a registered professional transportation engineer before moving to Tokyo in 1991.
Since then he's been a specialist in intercultural corporate training for Japanese engineers & managers in preparation for their overseas assignments, and has taught at over 80 different companies, schools, and agencies.
Also, for the past 16 years he has been a professor of Science English, Spoken English, and TOEFL/TOEIC Test preparatory classes for electrical engineering, computer science, & agriculture majors in the School of Science and Technology at one of Japan's oldest and most prestigious private universities.
Since his Boy Scout days, Gary has been passionate about the great outdoors, and so in his free time, he tries to get up into the spectacular Japan Alps as often as possible. During the past 25 years, he has climbed Mt. Fuji twice, and scaled all of the highest 29 peaks in Japan and 38 of the tallest 50.
Although Gary has published a number of technical and academic papers during his engineering & teaching careers, Climbing Mt. Fuji is just his 2nd venture into book publishing. He has found living in Japan to be a truly fascinating and rewarding cultural experience, and claims to have at least 3 or 4 more books on his mind. Stay tuned to Gary's latest updates from Japan on this site's blog page!
Atop Mt. Jonen-dake (常念岳), Japan's 45th highest mountain
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