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Rehas Co., Ltd. Subway Meiji Gakuin University Shirokane Campus store is contracted to provide some facilities for people with disabilities.

Rehas Co., Ltd.
Subway Meiji Gakuin University Shirokane Campus store is commissioned to provide some facilities for people with disabilities.
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Rehas Work Kawasaki (Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture), an SFC (social franchise) employment continuity support type B business operated by Rehas Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture, Representative Director Takuya Iwashita), has opened as a Subway Meiji Gakuin University Shirokane Campus store. I started working outside the facility.
*At our company, we consider franchising to be a social business and call it Social Franchise (SFC).
*Continued employment support type B establishment: Service based on the Act on Comprehensive Support for Persons with Disabilities. Provide employment support to people with disabilities who currently find it difficult to find regular employment.
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About Rehas Co., Ltd.
Our company was founded in 2012 with the aim of realizing a
“disability-free society” where all people can play an active role, regardless of whether they have a disability, which CEO Iwashita felt through his experience working at a hospital as an occupational therapist.
Currently, we operate a total of 49 locations (as of June) including employment support business (direct management/SFC: social franchise) and home medical care business, as well as “Hatafuku”, a matching business that connects companies with welfare facilities and people with disabilities, and companies. We are developing an SX support business (SX: Sustainability Transformation) that solves issues related to “lack of human resources”, “achieving legal employment rates for people with disabilities”, and “initiatives for SDGs”. In addition, in Japan, where the labor shortage due to the recent super-low birthrate and aging society is becoming a serious problem, we are working to create a society in which welfare supports the local community (even people with disabilities will be able to support the local community as a matter of course). We aim to solve Japan’s social issues, with the vision of “Realizing a society where society is a better place for society.”
Rehas Work, a type B employment support business operated by the company, provides employment support services to people with disabilities as a business that allows people who require medical care and nursing care to work and earn money. Through support centered on medical and welfare professionals, we provide work that leverages the strengths and strengths of each individual client.
About “Rehath Work Kawasaki”
Rehas Work Kawasaki was opened in Kawasaki City, Kanagawa Prefecture in April 2023 by Ardito LLC (Representative: Takashi Watanabe). While the national average wage for a Type B business that supports continued employment is said to be 17,031 yen (Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, 2020), Rehas Work, a Type B business that supports continued employment, is aiming for an average wage of 50,000 yen or more. Our aim is to “support the local community even if we have a disability.”
At Rehas Work Kawasaki, we offer services to people over the age of 18 with mental, intellectual, or physical disabilities, such as making things using original Rehas wood or work commissioned by local companies, based on their individual strengths. We provide work that leverages our strengths. Currently, 20 people with disabilities are using the facility and working on production activities on a daily basis.
Background on how Rehath Work Kawasaki was commissioned by Nippon Subway Japan Subway LLC has a business policy of “passing on a sustainable, recycling-oriented society to the next generation,” and places emphasis on understanding and respecting diversity.
Mr. Watanabe, a partner at Rehas Work Kawasaki, has a history of actively hiring foreigners and people with mental disabilities in the restaurant business and promoting their success in stores.
This time, Mr. Tsukada, the owner of the Nippon Subway headquarters and Meiji Gakuin University Shirokane Campus store, sympathized with our desire to be able to help our customers in even the slightest way, and we were able to undertake this business.
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Upon taking on this business contract, Nippon Subway proposed ways to adjust the work to accommodate users with disabilities, such as arranging self-checkout stations and creating two lanes for making sandwiches, creating an environment that is easy to work in. Together we have arranged this.
The work involves manufacturing and selling sandwiches within the store. We have heard positive comments from customers working at Nippon Subway stores, such as “I’ll try a little harder,” and how they learn social etiquette such as greetings, and how they consult with staff according to their own conditions. We are seeing various positive changes.
At Rehash Work Kawasaki, we want people with disabilities to have a sense of purpose in life, knowing that there are opportunities for them.We also want to create a culture in which people with
disabilities and related organizations can be happy when they see users with such vitality. Based on this idea, we work to support our users every day.
Additionally, considering that working outside a facility can be more physically and mentally tiring than working inside a facility, we are working with visiting nurses who provide medical care to create an environment where everyone can support each other.
We will continue to aim for our vision of “realizing a society where welfare supports local communities,” and by actively collaborating with local businesses, we will further promote the social
participation of people with disabilities and add value to the local community as a whole. We will continue to provide the following.
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Operator: Aldito LLC
Address: 401 Solstice Kyomachi, 1-1-2 Oda, Kawasaki-ku, Kawasaki-shi, Kanagawa Prefecture
Features of rehabilitation work:
・Support for health care and skills necessary for employment according to the characteristics of disabilities by medical and welfare specialists such as physical therapists and occupational therapists. ・By actively collaborating with companies, we support the transition to off-site work and regular work.
– Collaborate with medical institutions and other organizations to expand work options for people with moderate to severe disabilities. Target users: People 18 years of age or older with mental
(developmental), intellectual, or physical disabilities.
Work content: Contract work from local companies, production of original wooden products using Noto Hiba, etc.
HP: https://rehas-work.com/work/rw_kawasaki
Rehas Co., Ltd. Overview
Company name: Rehas Co., Ltd.
Established: January 2012
Representative: Representative Director Takuya Iwashita
Location: 6F, JR Kanazawa Station West Daiichi NK Building, 3-3-77 Hirooka, Kanazawa City, Ishikawa Prefecture
Capital: 9.01 million yen
Business details: Home medical care business, employment support business for people with disabilities, matching business between welfare facilities and companies
HP: https://rehas.co.jp/
Japan Subway LLC Overview
Company name: Nippon Subway LLC
Representative: Representative Tomohisa Aso
Address: 9th floor, Tokyo Front Terrace, 2-3-14 Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo
Capital: 100 million yen
Business: Sandwich chain with over 200 stores in Japan (including stores on US bases)
HP: https://www.subway.co.jp/index.html
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