Minoru Mori Net Worth: Minoru Mori was a longtime Japanese billionaire who had a net worth of $1.9 billion. Mr. Mori (August 24, 1934 – March 8, 2012) was regarded to be one of Japan's most powerful and influential building tycoons. He was the world's wealthiest person for two consecutive years, in 1991 (net worth: $15 billion) and 1992 (net worth: $13 billion). Having inherited his initial fortune from his father, he made a name for himself as CEO and chairman of Mori Building. Mori and his brother Kei had a total ownership of Mori Building, while Mori also held 12.74% of Sunwood Corporation's stakes. Minoru Mori left a great mark in the world of construction. Namely, he built some of Tokyo's best known buildings including swank Roppongi Hills in Tokyo, the 101-story Shanghai World Financial Center in China, and Omotesando Hills near the Harajuku station. His book, "The Making of Vertical Garden Cities", was published by Penguin posthumously.

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Net Worth:
$1.9 Billion
Date of Birth:
Aug 24, 1934 - Mar 8, 2012 (77 years old)
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