NAI ChaneyBrooks HQ
1440 Kapi`olani Blvd., Suite 1010
Honolulu, Hawaii 96814 United States
Senior Real Estate Advisor, International Client Services

Background & Experience
Kohei Hakamada is a vital point of communication for Japanese based corporations in need of a professional bridge with strong account/finance management in addition to people skills. A native of Japan, Mr. Hakamada is fluent in both English and Japanese with speaking and writing skills.

Mr. Hakamada had experience as a business consultant and as a sales liaison for large Japanese business consulting firms in Hawaii. Utilizing his bicultural skills, Mr. Hakamada began his career in commercial real estate by joining NAI ChaneyBrooks in 2005. One of Mr.Hakamada's main strengths is his ability to cohesively engage Japan/America relations through facilitating cross-cultural commercial real estate transactions in Hawaii, Guam and Japan markets.

Mr. Hakamada was an advisor for large public traded companies in Japan such as Don Quijote Co., Ltd; Round One in Hawaii market; and is an exclusive advisor for Leo Palace 21,Onward Holdings Co., Ltd in Guam market.

University of Hawaii at Manoa, College of Business. B.A. in Business Administration, Major in Finance and Marketing, Minor in Economics in 2004.

Hawaii Flight Academy Associated with Utah Valley State College Aviation Management with Flight in 2001

Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL Aviation Management with Flight in 2000

Professional Associations & Designations
-Licensed Real Estate Broker in State of Hawaii
-Member of International Counsel of Shopping Center (ICSC)
-Member of Japan-America Society of Hawaii
-Member of Hong Kong Business Association of Hawaii

Transaction History
-Waikiki Galleria Tower closed in Dec 2011 ($187.25 million)
-Lotus Hotel closed in July 2011 ($18.5 million)
-1357 Kapiolani Building closed in Oct 2010 ($31 million)
-2113 Kalakaua ave Waikiki Retail Building closed in Oct 2010 ($16.83 million)
-Pacific Guardian Tower closed in Oct 2009 ($37.895 million)
-Waikiki Prince Hotel closed in Feb 2008 ($7.55 million)
-Waikiki 345 Royal Hawaiian Ave Building closed in Nov 2007 ($8.75 million)
-Oahu Don Quijote (Kaheka) land acquisition closed in Oct 2007 ($45.5 million)
-Oahu Wainae Golf Course closed in June 2007.
-Waikiki Round One Beachwalk Property closed in June 2006 ($15.5 million)
-Major Restaurant sales & acquisition-20 restaurants (2005-2011)