Mr. Kadono visited Japan with Principal, Mr. Yoshida of Asahi Gakuen, a supplementary school in Los Angeles, and met with Minister of Education, Mr. Matsunaga. Later, the number of schools accepting children of overseas residents increased, and they are able to preferentially enroll in many public and private universities, including the University of Tokyo.(References)
Minister of International Trade and Industry Matsunaga hurriedly invited Mr Kadono while the party attending the Japan-US Trade Council waited for five hours at Los Angeles Airport, and he was introduced to the main participants attending the conference.
Mr. Kadono heard from USC (University of Southern California) Professor Iwaki that Former Vice President Walter Mondale, who was the next U.S. Ambassador consulted him on medical issues for American citizens in Japan and Mr. Kadono set up a meeting for Professor Iwaki, Ambassador Mondale, and Foreign Minister Taro Nakayama, who was also a doctor immediately after Ambassador Mondale took office.
His Majesty the Emperor Akihito's first visit to the United States coincided with the World Cup of soccer, and hotels around Los Angeles were filled with reservations from four years prior. The Minister of Foreign Affairs visited the United States and did not reach a conclusion at the meeting, and Mr. Kadono was asked to cooperate. He informed "there is almost no possibility” of persuading the GMs of the three hotels the next day. After all, he secured the first choice Beverly Wilshire Hotel, hurray!(References)
Ambassador Kunihiko Saito introduced Mr. Kadono and his eldest daughter Yuka to the students of the Japan America Student Conference, in which major Japanese and American politicians such as Prime Minister Miyazawa and Secretary of State Henry Kissinger participated as students.
Mr. Kadono was appointed as an advisor by the Los Angeles County Bar Association.