Mr. Sunil M Gamage was born on 11 November 1965 in Ambalantota in the district of Hambantota in the south of Sri Lanka. He had his primary education in Theraputthabaya Central College in Ambalantota.
His mother is Mrs. Eslin Gajasinghe and Father is Medagama Gamage Tikiri Appu . He has 3 brothers and 4 sisters. His wife is Mrs. Fukushi Sasikawa, a Japanese national. He has two children. Elder daughter is Fukushi anjalin Gamage and she is 10 years. Second daughter is Fukushi shenaya Gamage and 7 years old. Both children are studying in Sri Lanka.
He came to Colombo for higher Education and in 1983 he sat for his Advanced Level Exam in Biology stream. He entered the Open University in Nawala, Colombo and received a Diploma in Business Management in 1985.
He went to Japan in 1989 for higher studies in Tokyo to follow a course in Japanese culture & Martial Arts. He studied five years in SHOTOKAN and mastered KAYOKOSHIN and Japanese Judo.
After that He worked with Famous Toshiba Company and in 1997 and left that company to form his own business venture, Hiroshi Lanka and started vehicle export business from Japan. He made a speedy progress within a short time becoming a prominent businessman for vehicle exports. He was so generous to share his experience and business knowledge with others.
He made a valuable service to Sri Lanka in his capacity as the vice – President of Japan- Sri Lanka Friendship Organization. Soon he became famous as a prestigious businessman in Japan and He was appointed to the post of Japan Consul General in 2008 by His Excellency, the President, Mahinda Rajapaksa . He extends a great service to the country using this voluntary position making the country proud of is noble service.
He was a pioneer of establishing Japan- Sri Lanka Friendship Cultural Centre in order to achieve massive development between Japan- Sri Lanka trade, Cultural and investment fields in honouring 60 years of diplomatic relationship between Japan & Sri Lanka. It is a great privilege to Sri Lanka to have over 150 memberships of Japanese Businessmen in this trade centre. As a result of this effort the Japanese Business delegation visited Sri Lanka in 2012 with billions of investment potential in Sri Lanka.