Risaburo Toyoda (豊田 利三郎, Toyoda Risaburō, March 5, 1884
– June 3, 1952) was a Japanese entrepreneur. He was the son-in-law
Toyota Industres Co., Ltd founder Sakichi Toyoda, and
Toyota Motor Corporation founder, Kiichiro Toyoda
(豊田 喜一郎, Toyoda Kiichirō, June 11, 1894 – March 27,
He graduated from
Hitotsubashi University (then Tokyo Koto Shogyo
Gakko) .In 1939, he became the first president of the
Corporation.He died at the age of 68 in 1952.
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