Héctor García is a critically acclaimed author, widely celebrated for his insightful explorations of Japanese philosophy and culture. Born in Valencia, Spain, and raised with a spirit of global curiosity, García's journey led him to Japan, where he has resided for more than a decade. Armed with a profound appreciation for Asian aesthetics and an astute understanding of global dynamics, García seamlessly integrates his rich insights into compelling narratives.
García's best-selling work, "Ikigai: The Japanese Secret to a Long and Happy Life," co-written with Francesc Miralles, has been translated into more than forty languages, having captivated readers worldwide with its fascinating discourse on finding purpose and joy in life. This publication is but one example of García's intellectually invigorating ability to delve into complex cultural motifs and present them in an accessible and engaging format.
In addition to being an author, García is a technologist with a career in business consulting, providing him a unique perspective in correlating philosophical concepts with the demands of our modern technologically-driven world. Known for his ability to deeply engage with readers through his thought-provoking works, Héctor García's contributions extend beyond literature—offering a roadmap to understand and implement elements of Japanese culture into everyday life.