Graduated from the Center for Asian and African Studies of COLMEX with a specialty in Japan. He has been a visiting professor at the National University of Yokohama and has specialized in the study of Japanese emigration to Latin America in the aforementioned country where he was in charge of the support program for immigrants who returned to Japan at the Kanagawa Prefecture. He’s currently Professor-Researcher of the Directorate of Historical Studies of the INAH, he has written dozens of articles, book chapters and books on this topic and has addressed the aspect of international and migratory relations between Latin America and Japan in light of the confrontation of the United States and Japan in the first half of the 20th century.