Kentaro Ogawa was born in Tokyo, Japan, Japan. Kentaro Ogawa is #1755 in List Billionaires People In The World. Ogawa founded fast-food outfit Zensho in 1982. Publicly-traded Zensho has a network of more than 4,800 restaurants. Its Sukiya chain serves shredded beef over rice (called gyudon or a beef bowl) at 1,970 locations across Japan. Ogawa wants to turn Zensho into the world's number one food company so that it "can help eradicate hunger and poverty from the world."
On June 6, 1970, the NPB commissioner committee banned Ogawa for life
In 1969 he returned to form, winning 20 games for the second time
During his prime years from 1965–1969, Ogawa won 93 games, including winning 20 games or more twice
Deciding to return to professional baseball at age 30, he made his NPB debut for the Chunichi Dragons in 1964
Ogawa attended Fukuoka Prefectural Meizen High School, graduating in 1954
Kentarō Ogawa (January 12, 1934 – October 7, 1995) was a Japanese professional baseball player