Sekiryo Kaneda (JP) was the second president of Nintendo, following Fusajiro Yamauchi. He took this role in 1929 and stayed with the company for twenty years, retiring in 1949 due to a stroke. He was adopted into the Yamauchi family prior to becoming president, consequently changing his name to Sekiryo Yamauchi (JP).

Hiroshi Yamauchi took over Nintendo following Sekiryo's retirement.

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