5 Facts about Rinaldi Harley Wismanu, UGM Graduate, and the Last YouTube Video

Rinaldi’s wife is a Japanese citizen flight attendant.

SuaraJogja.id – News of leaving Rinaldi Harley Wismanu (32) certainly leaves deep grief on behalf of the family.

Since 9 September 2020 there has been no more news from him until the family reports to the police on 12 September. The search for its existence also met a bright spot recently.

Unfortunately, when he was found on Wednesday (16/9/2020) night, the victim’s condition was very sad.

Killer Rinaldi Harley Wismanu, the corpse was mutilated. (Voice.com/Yasir)

He died on the 16th floor of the Ebony Tower, Kalibata City Apartment, South Jakarta. His body was mutilated and stored in a suitcase by a couple Laeli Atik Supriyatin (27) and Djumadil Al Fajri (26), who then stole the victim’s property.

Now, his family in Nologaten RT 2 / RW 4, Caturtunggal, Depok, Sleman is preparing a tent for occult prayers before the victim’s body is returned.

Before living in Jakarta, Rinaldi was known as an accomplished male figure and later made a successful career in Jakarta. Here are the facts about Rinaldi Harley Wismanu:

1. UGM graduates

Rinaldi is listed as a student of Japanese Literature, Faculty of Cultural Sciences, Gadjah Mada University (UGM) class of 2006.

In 2012, he completed a thesis entitled “Anime Potential and Its Influence Reviewed Through Distraction Theory with Participant Observation in Japan for One Year”. After graduating from UGM, Rinaldi continued his master’s degree at the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies Japan.

2. Career career

After completing his studies in Japan, the man who is familiarly known as “Ren” moved to Jakarta.

In his career, Rinaldi’s last job before he died was as the HRD manager of the contractor company PT Jaya Obayashi.

Uncle Rinaldi, a mutilation victim in Kalibata City, Hutabarat, was met by reporters at the funeral home in Nologaten Village, Caturtungal Village, Kapanewon Depok, Sleman Regency, Friday (18/9/2020).  - (SuaraJogja.id/Muhammad Ilham Baktora)
Uncle Rinaldi mutilation victims in Kalibata City, Hutabarat, journalists met at the funeral home in Nologaten Village, Caturtungal Village, Kapanewon Depok, Sleman Regency, Friday (18/9/2020). – (SuaraJogja.id/Muhammad Ilham Baktora)

3. Married to a Japanese

Because of his love for Japanese culture, Rinaldi, said Hutabarat, his uncle, kept the samurai in his house.

Even his wife is a Japanese citizen flight attendant. Both of them got married in 2019.

According to Hutabarat, Rinaldi often invited his wife to come home with him to Jogja and hang out with Rinaldi’s family.

4. The backbone of the family

Hutabarat explained that this alumnus of SMA Muhammadiyah 2 Yogyakarta was a tough and smart person.

As the first of four children, Rinaldi is also the backbone of the family.

“Yes, the name of the first child is indeed the life support for the family. He has three younger siblings. Two boys and the last younger sister. His son is smart, so he can get scholarships many times to Japan,” said Hutabarat, when met. SuaraJogja.id at the funeral home in Sleman, Friday (18/9/2020).

5. Have a YouTube channel

While living in Japan, Rinaldi shared a snapshot of his life in the land of cherry blossoms via YouTube.

YouTube video clip of Rinaldi Harley Wismanu - (YouTube / IVS)
YouTube video clip of Rinaldi Harley Wismanu – (YouTube / IVS)


In his channel, there is only one first and last video of six minutes and four seconds which was uploaded on January 5, 2017, entitled “Merantau di Sakura Country.”

“Rinaldi Harley Wismanu (Ren) is a Master Student of Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.
Ren is living in Fuchu city, Western part of Tokyo. He has already been 6 years lived in Japan.
Ren will introduce about daily life in Japan as an Indonesian (student) viewpoint,” he wrote in the description box.

[Rinaldi Harley Wismanu (Ren) adalah mahasiswa magister di Tokyo University of Foreign Studies.
Ren tinggal di Kota Fuchu, bagian barat Tokyo. Dia sudah tinggal di Jepang selama enam tahun.
Ren akan memperkenalkan kehidupan sehari-hari di Jepang dari sudut pandangnya sebagai mahasiswa Indonesia.]

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