Akira Ninomiya Júnior was born in Goiânia, son of Akira Ninomiya and Maria Luiza de Oliveira Ninomiya.
He lived in Japan in 1995, in Yokohama City, where he strengthened his connection with the culture of his ancestors.
He was part of his academic background in the United States, in Boston – Massachusetts, attending his senior year at Humana Barnes Middle School, honored with the title of Honor of Merit and was the speaker representing his class.
He studied in a public school in the city of Goiânia, graduated in Law from the Pontifical Catholic University of Goiás, and held a federal public position for eight and a half years, working in the legal and ethics, union, bidding and electoral commissions.
He acted as a lawyer, but since the beginning he saw the limits of this beautiful profession in face of the obstacles of the Brazilian judicial system.
At the beginning of the Law course, Akira was familiar with alternative dispute resolution mechanisms (mediation, conciliation and arbitration), and has been studying and researching in this area for more than a decade.
He specialized in Conflict Mediation by the Harvard Program Negotiation Program. He became a member of the Association for Conflict Resolution of New York (ACR-GNY).
Akira Júnior is married to Graciele Teodoro Peixoto Franco Ninomiya and father of Artur Teodoro Ninomiya and Akio Teodoro Ninomiya. Akira today acts as an entrepreneur, researcher, teacher and speaker, always linking his activities to Human Development.