Hiroaki Nishina




     Since I was a student, I have traveled to Southeast Asia, Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, where I have seen many children living without electricity and access to education and medical care. After returning to Japan, I started several businesses, and as many of you may remember, in the mobile game application development business, I made a few hits with early AI and PlayStation games using avatars on mobile phones.  Even with great success, seeing the hardships of children around the world, I always had the feeling that I had to change the current situation in the world. With the support of the United Nations, I established NGOs in collaboration with the United Nations ECOSOC, located in the Second Building of the New York Headquarters, and this became my way to contribute to the world. 

     Meanwhile, I learned about the carbon battery technology that was jointly developed by Kyushu University and Power Japan Plus, and in 2017, I acquired their battery business. This is how PJP Eye started as a green technology company. We succeeded in commercializing a pouch-type cell in 2018, then installed it in products such as electrically power-assisted bicycles, e-scooters, and drones from 2019, announced the products as a showcase, and first promoted worldwide sales by crowd funding.

     It seems that some children in the world now go on mountain roads for hours just to charge their cell phones to take online lessons as a result of Covid-19. Electricity is an essential lifeline we need to provide to them.

    Our aim at PJP Eye is to implement a solution that allows children around the world to get an education and medical care equally until they are at least 10 years old. Improving the world’s environment and providing access to essential services to every child on the planet is PJP Eye’s vision and ultimate goal.

Hiroaki Nishina
CEO – Hiroaki Nishina


With over 30 years of career as a serial entrepreneur, advanced technology inventor, and director of NGO “Eco planet” which is headquartered in New York United Nations headquarters NO2, he is the chairman of Laboratory 6 global.

CFO/CPA – June Oyama


Oyama worked as an accountant at Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu LLC. He is a Certified Public Accountant and a member of the Japan Certified Public Accountants Association. He engaged in legal audits and IPO support work based on the listed company’s Financial Instruments and Exchange Act. He also was involved in actual IPO and gained experience.

Chief Intelligence Officer – Inketsu Okina

Chief Intelligence Officer

Okina graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in business administration, aiming to improve the condition of the world.

COO- Satoshi Ono


Ono has worked for an office equipment manufacturer for 20 years. During that time spent 8 years in the United States, overseeing the supply chain in North and South America.  After returning to Japan, he made use of his experience and achieve results in general operation reforms at foreign medical equipment / POS / ATM manufacturers and marketing research firms.

COO – PJP Eye US – JT Benavides Danckers


Danckers is an entrepreneur who has conducted a business where it has a chance to change the world. He has graduated from Houston Univ. and studied medical engineering. He believes that to achieve a sustainable world, there needs a sustainable process as well as products.  His passion for creating positive impacts on society and sophisticated design with useful functions has had him create a business with a high level of art and execution. He is a board of directors and  CEO of Laboratory 6 US.