Tim Cook is in Japan for a business trip. While in the country, the Apple CEO met several application developers and employees of some App Stores.
As Tim Cook himself shared on Twitter, during his trip to Japan, he had the opportunity to meet developers of all ages, from 13 to 84 years old. In the ticket, Apple's CEO noted that "Coding opens up new opportunities for dreaming, whatever your age".
Suffice it to say that Tim Cook once again met Omotesando Masako Wakamiya, an 84-year-old developer, and Jun Takano, who created his first 10-year-old app.
Cook's trip continued with a visit to Marunouchi, the country's largest Apple Store, which opened in September. He met the students at a local primary school to celebrate the computer training week.
Cook's program also included a meeting with songwriter Gen Hoshino, who was the first Japanese DJ on Beats 1.