Hiroaki Nishina

Founder / CEO / Representative of Director

Business management, Inventors of innovative technology development with more than 30 years of career.
Director of NGO "Eco planet" headquartered in New York UN headquarters NO.2
Explored the world in school days.
Experience starting in India, contested Afghanistan, Asia and Europe was a starting point. After returning to Japan, he started business in Tokyo in 1988.
From numerous experiences, in 1995 he challenged the foundation of ADM company and acquired development license of Sony PlayStation. Established a planning and development company for video games, released "Metaphlist" in 1997. After that, he invented the "TDC" call back system by entering into a joint development agreement with a major flag company. Afterwards, the company is MBO.
In 1999 he found a software development company in New York. Introduced 3D technology of UK listed companies to Japanese mobile manufacturers. Since 2001, he has been engaged in the integration of software and hardware such as artificial intelligence planning and development, systems, etc. from Japan and the solution development of telemedicine from the "medical cooperation" promoted by the Japanese government and acquired many related patents.
Participated as co-founder of Power Japan Plus in 2014, acquired the company's battery business in June 2017 and named as co-founder and chariman.

June Oyama

Executive Vice President of Director / CFO / CPA

After passing the Certified Public Accountant Examination administered by the Japanese Institute of Certified Public Accountants, Oyama worked as an accountant at Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu LLC. There, he gained experience dealing with IPO through experiences such as conducting statutory audits based on the Financial Instruments and Exchange Act of publicly quoted companies and IPO support operations.

After accumulating experience in an advisory position related to internal regulation and task flow within a company, Oyama started his own venture. Running a consulting business in accounting, finance, and taxes, he preformed business incubations for companies in their early stages. He assumed the position of Executive Director at PJP Eye in 2017, which he continues to hold today.

Taigen Fukai

Managing Director

After working at Obayashi Corporation, a major construction company, he became the second president for Ikeda Corporation, a medium-sized construction company.

Fukai then managed companies in different fields, including a venture business incubation project, before becoming the managing director at PJP Eye.

Masami Kido

Director of PJP Eye Laboratory at Kyushu University

JT Benavides Danckers

COO of North America

Danckers is a young entrepreneur focusing on businesses that have potential to make the world a better place. After studying medical engineering at Houston University, he started to believe that sustainable manufacturing processes needed to be created in addition to sustainable products.

His desire is to create businesses that have positive social impact, combined with his preference toward highly functional designs, is the core of his vision.

By supervising the execution of technologies and establishing a strategic partnership with PJP Eye, he was appointed the role of North America Chief Operating Officer. Today, he concurrently serves as the CEO of Laboratory6, a newly-founded partner company, based in Houston.

Kenji Sugimoto

Technical Officer

After working in technical sales at a major semiconductor trading company, Sugimoto established the importing business, Movement, Ltd. Subsequently, he established GBS, Ltd., Co., which operated a content business that handled encryption technology. His company also developed, produced, and sold a rapid charging battery.

He assumed the position of the Chief Technical Officer of PJP Eye, to make the most of his wide network, technological knowledge and experience.

Kyushu University

Research Institute

Kyushu University is an historic national university with over 150 years of history. It is one of the top universities in the world in the field of engineering.

We have signed a collaborative research and development agreement with the research laboratories and professors of Kyushu University. Our collaboration involves research and analysis of materials, designs, trials, and samples involved in battery development, as well as accumulating intellectual properties. In addition, we also conduct detailed, multi-faceted analyses of the environmental impact and sustainability of each material in our batteries, as well as the manufacturing process that form the basis of our research development.

The PJP Eye-owned research laboratory is located Tsukushi Campus at Kyushu University in Kasuga City, Fukuoka Prefecture in Kyushu.

PJP Eye Kyushu University Laboratory, Chikushi Campus General Research Building #607, Kyushu University, Kasugaoka Koen, Fukuoka city, Fukuoka prefecture