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Chief Fellow CEO, Atsushi Ogasawara

Graduating from the Engineering division of the University of Tokyo with a Quantum
Limit Physics major, Atsushi is a member of the Research Fellowship for
Young Scientists in Society for the promotion of science, as well as an
artist. His works have been exhibited in a number of shows, including pixiv-zingaro (kaikaikiki), Art Fair Tokyo , NEW CITY ART FAIR, RAW Art Fair, and Shibuya PARCO. Extending as far as the Netherlands, he has been well acclaimed for his contemporary arts. His pieces have been collected into famed galleries throughout Europe and Asia. In the world of science, he is the inventor of products such as the Vacuum Tube Headphones, being able to connect stories and settings with hardware and products. Videos, novels, designs, software, even mechatronics; his accomplishments are all over, taking both industries by storm.

Senior Fellow COO, NAKAGAWA Kozi, Ph.D.

graduate from the Faculty of Business and Commerce at Keio University,
and a holder of a doctoral degree in Strategic Management from Peking
University (Guanghua School of Management), Dr. Nakagawa currently holds a strong interest in the creative industry. Starting
a venture business at the age of 19, back when his days of advanced
studies first began, he has been working with various businesses around
the world, designing a number of successful business models in the field
across Europe and Asia. In JH Lab, as a senior fellow COO, he sublimates strategic management into arts, initiating a global growth strategy, while following the philosophy of “JH Kagaku?.”
He places JH Lab as born global, a multinational enterprise (rare in
Japan), and plans to lead it as an advanced organization with a diverse
staff of professionals.

Fellow Yosuke Takahashi

graduate of the School of Fine Arts at Tokyo University, currently
working as an educator and associate curator at the Aomori Museum of
Art. Since his school days, he’s been involved in a number of
exhibitions, including Dojima River Biennale “Ecosophia” (alongside Ryuichi Sakamoto and Anishi Kapoor) and “Sensou to Geijutsu” (alongside Yayoi Kusama, Tadanori Yokoo, Kohei Nawa, and Martin Creed). Being
involved in art critical magazine “CRITICS”, planning lectures
alongside worldwide artists like Christo and Jeanne-Claude, and being
interviewed by world class art dealder, Jeffrey Deitch (Director of Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles),
he has also been energetically contributing to both domestic and
foreign exhibition catalogs. In recent years, his projects include Saimajutsukasuru Utopia (Aomori Museum of Art, 2013) and 10 Nendai no Mujokenkoufuku (Tokyo, 2013). He takes part in JH Lab as the curator and art manager.

Associate Auditor Shunji Kimura

Retiring as a tax office superintendent, Shunji
currently works as a licensed tax accountant with global experience
(including Michael Jackson’s tax affairs). He holds a wide range of
works and activities, also a writer of national tax novels.。



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