Public Interest Incorporated Foundation Fukushima Innovation Coast Initiative Mirai Work Fukushima Immigration Seminar “Let’s start, a small story about me and Fukushima. ] vol.5 We will hold an entrepreneurial edition that makes use of your uniqueness
Overview of the event (Public interest incorporated foundation) Fukushima 12 Municipal Emigration Support Center, Fukushima Innovation Coast Scheme Promotion Organization is a migration seminar for those who are considering working, living, and taking on challenges in 12 municipalities. , a small story of me and Fukushima. “It will be held. [Image 1
This immigration seminar is scheduled to be held six times this year, inviting guests who are active and active on the front lines of each theme, and working while maintaining relationships with the region and the 12 municipalities of Fukushima. We will talk about the charm and benefits of living.
Overview of the 5th seminar
In the 5th edition, “Entrepreneurship that makes the most of one’s own personality”, we invite guests who are developing entrepreneurship “Koakinai” that makes the most of one’s individuality in 12
municipalities in Fukushima. The word “Koakinai” includes the meaning of “business that makes the most of individuality (=individual business)” and “business of reasonable size (=small business).” In the first part, Mr. Oshima, who works as a craft beer brewer and sells waffles in a kitchen car, Mr. Oba, who is trying to open a guest house while working as an exercise instructor and yoga instructor, and the social role of horses. Mr. God, who is developing a horse riding experience and lesson business with the mission of increasing value, and how he realizes “Koakinai” that makes use of his personality, including real experiences, will be discussed. I will do
In the second part, the participants formed several groups to come up with ideas for solving the real issues faced by the 12 municipalities of Fukushima, and then presented them to the guests. I will do Introduction of speakers
Takumi Shimada Head of Koakinai / Representative of Social Bar PORTO (Facilitator)
Born in Tokyo in 1992. From the two aspects of “Yoridokoro” and “Yakudokoro”, I run a business to create a place to stay with my friends. In 2018, he opened a social bar called PORTO, where the store manager changes daily, as a project to create a place to rest. As a project to create a “yakudokoro”, he presides over the “Core Kinai” project to create a society where core kinai (individual business x small business) is nurtured. In addition, at Satonoba University, he is in charge of lectures on creating projects that are connected to oneself, such as “Koakinai Exercise”.
Ichiro Kanei General Incorporated Association Horse Value Representative Born in Tokyo in 1995. Started equestrian competition in sixth grade and continued competing until college. Moved to Odaka Ward, Minamisoma City as an Entrepreneurial Regional Revitalization Cooperation Corps in Minamisoma City and established “Horse Value” as a general incorporated association in October 2020. Under the mission of “enhancing the social value of horses”, we are working to expand our business.
2008 All Japan Junior Jumping Tournament Champion
2013 Japan-Korea Equestrian Tournament Japan National Team
2016 All Japan Student Equestrian Tournament Group 3rd Place Sota Oshima Representative of Kokage Co., Ltd. / Brewer of Hop Japan Co., Ltd. Born in Tochigi Prefecture, 26 years old. Graduated from Fukushima University. Opened “Kokage Kitchen” while in school, and started business with a mobile sales vehicle obtained through crowdfunding. In the fourth year of university, he experienced the regional
revitalization cooperation team and moved to Miyakojicho, Tamura City. Worked as a brewer at Hop Japan Co., Ltd., a craft beer company whose key word is circulation. Currently, he is expanding his activities by operating the fruit and herb tea brand “Tea & Things” launched with high school and college students and establishing “Kokage Co., Ltd.”. Mina Oba Classico Gakkou Moon and mandarin orange representative Born October 25, 1993. Born in Iwaki City. Lives in Hirono Town. After retiring from Hirono-cho commissioned staff, he took up a post in the regional revitalization cooperation team in Nanyo City, Yamagata Prefecture. Since 2019, he has been engaged in town development work as Hirono Town’s first entrepreneurial regional revitalization team. In April 2022, upon graduating from the JOCV, he rented an old private house in the town, and is currently preparing for the opening of the guest house “Tsuki to Mikan” in April 2023 while working as an exercise instructor and yoga instructor.
Kanako Sato Moderator
Nihon Keizai Shimbun “Young Nikkei” Thursday personality. While in charge of recruiting new graduates at a specialized trading company, he also works as a moderator and narrator. His maternal grandfather’s family moved from Fukushima to Hokkaido, and he still has relatives in Koriyama City. Born in Hakodate City, Hokkaido, in a family of transferees, she has experienced 3 kindergartens, 3 elementary schools, and 4 study abroad experiences, including a short term. I like eating and playing in nature.
Hayato Ogasawara Ideathon Facilitator
President and Representative Director of F-Life Co., Ltd. This seminar “Let’s start, a small story of me and Fukushima. ] Producer. In 2012, he moved from Tokyo to Koriyama City, Fukushima Prefecture, where he established a reconstruction support NPO and an incorporated association before assuming his current position. While running his own sake subsuku mail order business, he has a track record of funding support for a total of 57 cases and more than 200 million yen in crowdfunding support projects.
2) Event details
1. Schedule January 15, 2023 (Sunday) 14:00-17:00 (doors open: 13:30) 2. Venue: Tokyo Kotsu Kaikan 3F Green Room
3. Access JR Yamanote Line/Keihin Tohoku Line: 1 minute walk from Yurakucho Station (Kyobashi Exit/Central Exit [Ginza side])
Yurakucho Line: 1 minute walk from Yurakucho Station (D8) / 1 minute walk from Ginza Itchome Station (2)
Marunouchi Line: 3-minute walk from Ginza Station (C9)
Ginza Line: 3 minutes walk from Ginza Station (C9) Hibiya Line: 3-minute walk from Ginza Station (C9)
Chiyoda Line: 8-minute walk from Hibiya Station (D8)
Toei Mita Line: Hibiya Station (D8) 5-minute walk
4. Capacity Venue participation 50 / Online participation unlimited 5. Participation Fee Free
6. Participation method Basically, you will participate offline by coming to the venue.
We also have an online participation method.
7. Application method Please apply from the following
8. Timeline 13:30-14:00: Doors open
14:00-14:10: Greetings and explanation of purpose
14:10-14:55: Introduction of speakers’ activities
14:55-15:20: Panel discussion
15:20-15:25: Information on the support system
15:25-15:30: Closing remarks and request for cooperation in the survey 15:30-15:40: Break
15:40-17:10: Petit Ideathon
17:10-17:30: Roundtable discussion with guests/Individual
consultation by immigration staff
*Please note that the above is subject to change.
* Contents after 15:40 are only for offline venue participants Future theme
vol.6 Fukushima’s cutting-edge technology that surprises the world (scheduled for February 2023)
*Please note that some schedules and themes are subject to change. Organizer information: (Public interest incorporated foundation) Fukushima Innovation Coast Scheme Promotion Organization Fukushima 12 Municipal Emigration Support Center
The Fukushima 12 Municipal Emigration Support Center was established on July 1, 2021 to promote immigration and permanent residence in the 12 municipalities that were subject to evacuation orders due to the accident at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. We are conducting projects that are effective in wide-area cooperation and support for immigration measures by 12 municipalities.
Co-organizer: Fukushima Prefecture Evacuation Area Reconstruction Division Cooperation: Tamura City, Minamisoma City, Kawamata Town, Hirono Town, Naraha Town, Tomioka Town, Kawauchi Village, Okuma Town, Futaba Town, Namie Town, Katsurao Village, Iitate Village
Mirai Work Fukushima Immigration Seminar Secretariat (within F-Life Co., Ltd.) TEL: 024-983-3222 / Mail: email@example.com
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