Sponsors

 

 

Kanacom

Our mission: All for customers

We, Kanacom, would like to keep on creating differences to carve out a new future. Our mission is to do all the best for customers. We always enjoy the challenges.

We started out business over a century ago as a “telephone installation company”. Since then we have had supports and guidance given from customers, which we see as priceless asset. We would like to improve quality and do whatever it takes to reinforce safety and security. Also, we feel the need to expand our field of services as well, while improving the quality of technologies, products and services that we offer.

Aspiring to become a company that will stand tall for more than 100 years to fulfill customers’ needs, we always ask ourselves what we can do and offer. We are keenly aiming for accelerating the development of new businesses.

 

 

Seisa Group

 

 

The Three Guiding Principles

Understand Each Other
Leave Nobody Out
Make Friends

These are kept by all people involved with SEISA.

 

Live Together. Grow Together.

To live together in harmony is an essential attribute for us human beings.
To learn together enriches our heart, to grow together develops trust, and to live together gives us joy.
Let’s keep cultivating our heart to be able to have this spirit

 

The name “SEISA,” comes from a Chinese classical literature, “star raft,” which is said to be a raft one rides from the sea to the Milky Way. A raft is built with the combination of long logs, short logs, and all sorts of logs with different hardness, thickness, colors, kinds and properties. The uneven logs can create a solid raft by taking advantage of the different characteristics of each log. SEISAʼs philosophy, “Kyosei” (living together in harmony), coincides exactly with the idea of the star raft. Just as the different kinds of logs make use of their strength and supplement each other to make a strong raft to be able to ride from the sea to the Milky Way, we are in search of a way for people to acknowledge and accept their differences and live together in harmony with nature and different societies.

 

 

Toho Titanium Co., Ltd.

 

Founded as a titanium metal producer in Chigasaki, Kanagawa in 1953, Toho Titanium has been pursuing the possibility of titanium and related technologies by providing its products and services to customers all over the world. Titanium metals, which are light, strong, and corrosion-resistant and have other excellent properties, are used in a variety of fields, including jet engines and airframes, desalination, chemical and power plants and other industrial applications, medical and consumer products and construction materials. Toho’s product line ranges from titanium metal products (sponge, ingots, etc.) to other products utilizing materials obtained in the titanium production process or applying its technical expertise developed as a titanium metal producer, such as catalysts for polypropylene production, high-purity titanium dioxide for electronic components, and ultra-fine nickel powder for multi- layer ceramic capacitors.

 

 

NPO Evergreen Sports Japan

Renamed previous organisation in September 2016 and began as a new organisation. A Non Profit Organisation which field of activity is academic, culture, art and sports.
Provide a variety of programmes mainly football coaching to develop human resources that can be active in the international stage. International experienced staff is working for contribute to the human formation through sports regardless of age or sex from children to adults.

 

 

Team Neusta

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In its core business, the group offers consulting, development and implementation of complex, mostly web-based software solutions. In addition, there are services in the areas of conception, personnel, design, usability and communication. Currently, team neusta employs around 800 people at its locations in Bremen, Hamburg, Munich, Berlin, Cologne and Toulouse and commissions 400 freelancers. Further information at: www.team-neusta.de

 

 

 

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