If you are based in Japan, get in touch with your ambassador to find out how you can meet other alumni and get involved with the Goldsmiths community near you.
More than 700 Goldsmiths alumni currently reside in Japan. If you live there now or are thinking of relocating, you might want to get advice from local alumni, or you may wish to expand your professional network with people who share your experience of having studied at Goldsmiths!
Start networking now by joining the online discussion group for alumni based in Japan. Or if you would like to get more involved with the local Goldsmiths community you can get in touch with your Alumni Ambassador listed below. If there isn’t one located near you, find out more or register your interest in becoming an Alumni Ambassador for Goldsmiths.
Haruko Miyauchi (MA Brands, Communication and Culture, 2013) became a branding consultant at SMO Inc. in Tokyo after completing her degree at Goldsmiths. She also has a long working experience in event management at a promotion and marketing company organising theatrical productions as well as classical music events in Tokyo.
Email: h.miyauchi (@alumni.gold.ac.uk)
Satoko Noi (MA Media and Communications, 2005) currently works as an acquisition editor in translation publishing at Mikasa-Shobo Publishers and develops many foreign non-fiction works into the Japanese language. The books she has worked on include many international bestselling titles. Satoko enjoys the bustling book business with media professionals all over the world as well as having her tranquil life in central Tokyo.
Email: s.noi (@alumni.gold.ac.uk)
Ikkan Yoshida (MA in Culture, Communication and Society, 1993) works as a seasoned marketing experts in various IT companies including Apple, Symantec and Evernote in Tokyo. He keeps his connection with UK culture, especially through music, and is an active goer of live concerts and music festival as well as an occasional DJ spinning UK music.
Email: Please contact the Development and Alumni Office at alumni (@gold.ac.uk) in the first instance.