Yushi Yoshida

Senior Consultant

As a Planner, Yushi Yoshida has been engaged in urban & regional planning projects for 19 years. His experiences in overseas projects in South Korea, China, Viet Nam and Malaysia and studies in USA, as well as his global state of mind add extra asset to pursue higher achievements in projects with variety of aspects and solutions.
The scope of projects he has dealt with varies from master plan of 100s-1,000s hectares to strategic plan of 10s hectares. Additionally, his study approach towards projects varies from concept making to feasibility study from the viewpoints of both spatial and business planning.
He is currently working on mixed-use and smart community development project in Yangon, Myanmar, in which he is organizing a conceptual master plan and feasibility study of redevelopment area.

Yushi Yoshida


Architectural Institute of Japan (AIJ)
City Planning Institute of Japan
Registered 1st Class Architecture and Building Engineer
LEED AP with a Neighborhood Development Specialty


  • Strategy Planning for Smart City Development Projects / private company in Japan / 2012 - current
  • Survey on promotion of environmentally friendly urban development projects in Vietnam / MLIT (Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism) / 2013 - current
  • Survey on environmentally-friendly urban development in South Africa / JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency) / 2014
  • Basic survey on urban development projects in Yangon, Myanmar / JBIC (Japan Bank for International Cooperation) / 2013
  • Formulation of Sustainable Urban Development Vision for Metro Cebu, Philippines / JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency) / 2013


  • Urban regeneration project conducted by the environmentally friendly urban development guideline A Case Study of Gyungin Expressway Arterialization Area in Incheon City, Korea/International Symposium on City Planning, 2007

Presentations & activities

  • Case Study of Tokyo: Poly-centric city structure and inner-city redevelopment/Tianjin Forum 2015, China/January, 2015