Tōichirō Araki

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Tōichirō Araki (荒木 東一郎 Araki Tōichirō?, January 25, 1895 – May 15, 1977) was a Japanese writer who won a race around the world in 1928. He wrote many books, most notably Prince of the Air: Around the World in 33 Days, and is sometimes called the Pioneer of Efficiency Management in Japan.[1]


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