Japan Innovation Campus has been launched.

We are thrilled to share the exciting news that the Japan Innovation Campus held its opening ceremony on November 12th. We would like to express our sincere gratitude to all of you who joined us on this special occasion.
The ceremony was graced by the presence of Mr. Nishimura, Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan, who delivered an inspiring speech and announced the name of the "Japan Innovation Campus".


We were also honored to have Palo Alto Mayor Lydia Kou, Stanford University President Richard Saller, and former U.S. Ambassador to Japan John Roos for congratulatory remarks. 
Their warm words symbolized the commencement of our new venture, and we are deeply thankful for their support.
During the ceremony, we also unveiled the five startups as our first office members, and four of them, who participated in the event, delivered passionate 5-minute pitches. We can't wait to witness their growth and see how their enthusiasm and groundbreaking ideas will breathe new life into this campus.
The event brought together a diverse group of attendees, including venture capitalists, government officials, and professionals from both Japan and the U.S.
The networking opportunities during the ceremony have already sparked new business prospects, and we are excited about the potential collaborations that may arise.

The value of the Japan Innovation Campus is its community, not just business space. We envision this campus as a bridge between Japan and the U.S., a place where participants can learn from each other, grow together, and contribute to the vibrant spirit of innovation.
We look forward to continuing our journey of learning, growth, and creating new innovations together.

One of the highlights of the ceremony was the dynamic networking among distinguished guests from both Japan and the United States, representing government, industry, and academia. The collaborative atmosphere fostered meaningful connections and discussions that will undoubtedly contribute to the success of the Japan Innovation Campus.

The venue itself provided a unique experience, with Japanese startups offering a delightful spread of matcha, strawberries, and tea sweets. Guests enjoyed these delicious treats while sharing their expectations and excitement for the future of "Japan Innovation Campus."

As the ceremony reached its conclusion, attendees were invited to leave their marks on Japan Innovation Campus by sharing their thoughts on a signature wall. This interactive and heartfelt activity added a personal touch to the occasion, making the closing moments of the ceremony truly memorable.

We are grateful for the enthusiasm and engagement of everyone who attended, and we are excited about the collaborative energy that has been set in motion. The Japan Innovation Campus is not just a physical space; it is a dynamic community, and we look forward to seeing the innovative collaborations and developments that will emerge from this vibrant environment.

Stay tuned for more updates, and don't forget to follow the Japan Innovation Campus LinkedIn page for the latest news and upcoming events.

Thank you all for making the ceremony a tremendous success! 





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