Yonosuke Miki, founder of publisher Zaikai Co., died over the weekend at his home in Tokyo, his company said Monday. He was 95.
Miki, a native of Mie Prefecture, died Saturday after suffering cardiac failure.
He began publishing the Zaizaki magazine in 1953 to provide information on business leaders leading Japan’s postwar economic recovery.
A farewell ceremony for Miki will be held at Capitol Tokyu Hotel on Nov. 1, beginning at 1 p.m., Zaikai said.