Support for Japanese companies and entrepreneurs

Case Studies

  1. @ 44
    Yuko Ohki
    Challenge yourself to start your own business in your life time
    Yuko Ohki
  2. @ 43
    Jim Giguere
    Decided to set up a company that sells pharmaceutical materials that can help elderly suffering from chronic pain.
    Jim Giguere
  3. @ 42
    Benjamin Wong (Left) / Fumiko Yoshida (Right)
    The idea of setting up a company came when we were having a small party online.
    Benjamin Wong (Left) / Fumiko Yoshida (Right)
  4. @ 41
    Sean Ryan
    I started this business to empower people during the COVID-19 situation.
    Sean Ryan
  5. @ 40
    Ms. Emi Watanabe / Ms. Eina Nagamoto
    On New Year's Day, I suddenly wanted to try something new, so I asked her, "Hey, how about we start a new company together?"
    Ms. Emi Watanabe / Ms. Eina Nagamoto
  6. @ 39
    Delfo Quispe
    Bon-Odori festival in Bolivia is the starting point for my entrepreneurship.
    Delfo Quispe
  7. @ 38
    Natalia V Ishihara
    Network built in a travel agency in Singapore became an important step for starting up a company in Tokyo.
    Natalia V Ishihara
  8. @ 37
    Hoang Van Duc
    I was a bridge system engineer connecting Vietnamese and Japanese IT companies.
    Hoang Van Duc
  9. @ 36
    Ren Iwashita
    Originally, I didn’t have strong passion for making my own company.
    Ren Iwashita
  10. @ 35
    Masako Tachibana
    Inspired by various seminars and sessions, I started to think about establishing my company.
    Masako Tachibana
  11. @ 34
    Beau Becker
    I established my business being inspired by the unique energy drink culture in Japan.
    Beau Becker
  12. @ 33
    Makoto Komatu
    I want to support small and medium-sized enterprise(SME) companies with IT expertise and latest cloud technologies.
    Makoto Komatu
  13. @ 32
    Yasumi Nakano
    I would like to continue working for a long time, taking advantage of my experience to demonstrate my value. That became the motivation for my entrepreneurship.
    Yasumi Nakano
  14. @ 31
    Hidenori Kasahara
    It is my role to connect athletes to the society
    Hidenori Kasahara
  15. @ 30
    Mariko Sugie
    I can redesign a trip in Japan from the perspectives acquired in German speaking countries.
    Mariko Sugie
  16. @ 29
    Makoto Hirae
    One simple idea started my career as a videographer.
    Makoto Hirae
  17. @ 28
    Tomoko Ichiguchi
    If there is no “place to learn” with their children, let’s make one!
    Tomoko Ichiguchi
  18. @ 27
    Sam Sai
    I grew up in China, but Tohoku is the home in my heart.
    Sam Sai
  19. @ 26
    Ayumi Maruyama
    Choose the best option for myself.
    Ayumi Maruyama
  20. @ 25
    Tsugukazu Kashimura
    Regardless of his or her age, starting up a company at the right moment of life is the most important thing.
    Tsugukazu Kashimura
  21. @ 24
    Ayaka Wada
    I wanted to do what only I can do.
    Ayaka Wada
  22. @ 23
    Maciej Blomberg/ Agata Blomberg
    Tokyo seemed like a perfect place for what we wanted to create
    Maciej Blomberg/ Agata Blomberg
  23. @ 22
    Yu Hyojun
    I started this business because of my research on food cultures in Japan.
    Yu Hyojun
  24. @ 21
    Emiko Oda
    The start was the consultation from the student on Twitter, which I started graduate student
    Emiko Oda
  25. @ 20
    Ms.Igor Voroshilov
    I had always wanted to start a business.
    Ms.Igor Voroshilov
  26. @ 19
    Mr.Charles Harris
    Efficient service, and all in English.
    Mr.Charles Harris
  27. @ 18
    Ms. Dannie Xu
    I want to contribute to regional revitalization through the development of sports tourism for children in China.
    Ms. Dannie Xu
  28. @ 17
    Ms. Eri Kinami
    The urge to do work which is unique to me – that led me to consider starting my own business.
    Ms. Eri Kinami
  29. @ 16
    Mr,Hiroyuki Aiba
    I was able to complete the corporate registration in one week because I got to get all the paperwork done in one-stop.
    Mr,Hiroyuki Aiba
  30. @ 15
    Mr. Sosuke Kubo
    I wanted to contribute to society by using IT.
    Mr. Sosuke Kubo
  31. @ 14
    Mr. Kieran Hallahan
    While carrying out consultations with Japanese people working for Japanese and foreign companies, I conceived a business to help them to aim higher in their careers!
    Mr. Kieran Hallahan
  32. @ 10
    Mr. Takayoshi Kimura
    At first, I had to feel my way around in starting a business. Tokyo Sogyo NET was very helpful.
    Mr. Takayoshi Kimura
  33. @ 9
    Mr. Ryutaro Ito and Mr. Daizaburo Ito
    A person who read an article in the Nikkei Shimbun recommended the center to us.
    Mr. Ryutaro Ito and Mr. Daizaburo Ito
  34. @ 8
    Mr. Masahiro Yanagi
    Opened a sign language café four years ago. Aimed to incorporate his business in opening a second café
    Mr. Masahiro Yanagi
  35. @ 7
    Mr. Masanori Kita
    Consultancy qualification obtained while working as an employee bringing new career opportunities
    Mr. Masanori Kita
  36. @ 6
    Mr. Manuel Loninger
    Want to launch a company that provides sound recording services and recording equipment rental services targeting foreign film crews
    Mr. Manuel Loninger
  37. @ 5
    Mr. Tomohiro Takefumi,
    At the center, I was able to collect necessary information for business establishment all in one place, and even have them receive necessary documents at some booths. It was helpful.
    President and Representative Director, TK Brothers Japan, Inc. Mr. Tomohiro Takefumi,
  38. @ 4
    Mr. Ryuki Hayano,
    I used this center because I heard an announcement for the One-Stop Business Establishment Center at a study session in which I participated as part of my work.
    Representative Director, Media-Confidence, Inc. Mr. Ryuki Hayano,
  39. @ 3
    Mr. Alain Yuto Katsura,
    Will you tell us what has brought you to the center?
    Mr. Alain Yuto Katsura,