|Company name||Japan Medical Company Inc.|
|Capital||10 million yen|
manufacturing and sales of medical device
|Location||Higashi-nihonbashi makicho Building 2F,
Prior to founding Japan Medical Company Inc, Hide was responsible of HR Management of Pan-Asia at Goldman Sachs for 6 years, spending 3 years at Hong Kong and Tokyo office respectively. He then joined Dream Incubator where he led venture
capital investment in North America, mainly towards Boston and Silicon Valley. “Life is a one time journey” is Hide’s motto.
He earned B.A. in Political Philosophy at Keio University.
Hiroshi started his career at Zigexn where he became CEO of a subsidiary in Vietnam, overseeing business development, system development, marketing and HR management. He then transferred to Dream Incubator, supporting the dynamic growth
of foreign investments, as well as serving as business consultant towards domestic manufacturers.
Hiroshi finished his master’s degree in Electrical Physics from the Tokyo Institute of Technology.
Hidenori served at Mistubishi Corporation before joining Ono & Co., Ltd. As a third-generation successor of the oldest steel wholesaler in the Kanto region, he devotes himself to contribute to the growth of his company and the industry
as a whole. In 1999, he started an intra-venture 3D printing business in the medical field, establishing a groundwork for what has now become Japan Medical Company.
Hidenori attended Gakushuin University and graduated with an Economics degree.
Kohei Hashizume M.D., Ph.D.
Kohei was Director of pediatric surgery at Japanese Red Cross Medical Center and Professor of pediatric surgery at Tokyo University, until he became President of Tokyo Nishi Tokushukai Hospital. After retiring from the medical site, he
served as a Full-time Auditor at Dream Incubator, and is now the Outside Director of Medical Note. Under the belief that further development of medical advances can only be achieved by collaboration with industry, Kohei overlooks the
medical society not only from the perspective of a medical profession but also from a business man point of view.
Kohei received a M.D. and Ph.D. from Tokyo University.
Starting his career at Mitsubishi Corporation, Ko transfers to Boston Consulting Group in 1990, then Johnson & Johnson Medical Company in 1996, later on becoming CEO of Jansen Kyowa (current Jansen Pharmaceutical). After serving as Chief
Advisor until 2010, he became Representative Director of DIA Japan until 2018. Ko was a man of multiple titles, simultaneously serving as Outside Director at several firms; N.I.C. Corporation (current Solasto Corporation) from 2012,
Kenedix, Inc. from 2014 to 2018, and Otsuka Holdings from 2018 to present.
Ko earned a bachelor’s degree from Tokyo University School of Engineering, and a master’s degree in Management Science from Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
After graduating from college, Tokuyuki worked at the Finance Department of a car parts manufacturer Tokyo Roki. Later on, he became Manager of Hamamatsu Factory, followed by Administrative Manager. In 2000 Tokuyuki was seconded to Ono
& Co., Ltd., becoming Director in 2013.
Tokuyuki studied Economics at Nihon University.
Head of Business Strategy
Prior to joining Japan Medical Company, Mitsuo was at Dream Incubator where he was responsible for new business development of domestic manufacturers and major financial institutions, as well as supporting the marketing strategy of consumer-goods
company. Previously, he worked at Fourth Valley Concierge where he led overseas recruiting.
Mitsuo received his undergraduate degree of Engineering from Kyoto University.
2006 was when Tetsuya joined Light Publicity, which is the very first advertising agency established in Japan. As a creative director and copywriter, he is in charge of branding in ranging widely from ads to space design. He also has been
leading the creative strategy of Japan Medical Company from the very beginning.
His principal award history includes “TCC Rookie Award”, “TCC Award 2019”, “The Nikkei Advertising Award”, “Spikes Asia Silver” and many more.
Takashi Kamio D.D.S.
Takashi joined Japan Medical Company in 2019 after serving as a dentist at National Hospital Organization Tokyo Medical Center and Tokyo Dental College Chiba Dental Center. He has published dozens of papers on the use of 3D printing
technology in the dental surgery field.
Takashi received his bachelor’s degree and master’s degree in Oral Surgery from Tokyo Dental College.
Philipp Michel (Assistant Professor of Tokyo University)
Philipp is a Project Assistant Professor at the Next Generation Artificial Intelligence Research Center and the Department of Mechano-Informatics at the University of Tokyo. His recent professional experience includes global AI strategy
advisory for Toyota Motor Corporation as well as leading Toyota Research Institute's machine learning efforts. Previously, he worked as a senior roboticist at Google X, before which he served as a Vice President at Goldman Sachs Japan,
trading derivatives across Asia.
Philipp holds a Ph.D. in Robotics from Carnegie Mellon University as well as degrees in Computer Science from the University of Cambridge. He speaks German, English, Spanish and Japanese.
Ever since Hiroshi joined Toyota Motor Corporation in 1991, he has been in charge of material technology development and advanced research management for a long time. He recently expanded his profession to the AI research strategy field, establishing Toyota Research Institute in 2016. Currently, he is Managing Director of Toyota Central Res. & Development Lab., Inc. Hiroshi graduated from Nagoya Institute of Technology with an undergrad and master’s degree in Material Engineering.
Satoshi was most recently leader of Business Administration, as well as in charge of stock investment at Dream Incubator. Prior to Dream Incubator, he worked at YUSEI Audit & Co. (current Grant Thornton Taiyo LLC.) serving as accounting
auditor of current and to-be listed companies. He was also responsible for Financial DD and Internal Control consulting.
Satoshi earned B.S. in Engineering at The University of Electro-Communications.