International Strategy Design & Research, Inc. is a professional think
tank established in 2003.
Our staff have more than 20 years of business experience in the research and consulting field and acquired the various kind of knowledge and skills.
We are sure to provide a new type of consulting service or proposal which
responds to this information age.
Focusing on "decentralization" &
"revitalization of Japanese competitiveness"
in the 21st century through our business activities.
We based in Tokyo, work actively to offer a comprehensive suggestion and
strategies from the point of view which is not only "how Japan makes
a relationship with foreign countries" but aloso "how Japan can
be seen from outside world".
We are sure to offer reliable response and provide effective proposals
to assist clients in all phases. Furthermore, we are confidence of our
human networks not only in Japan but also abroad and seek collaboration
First of all, we would like to develop "place" to share the process
of solving the problems through our business activities.
||International Strategy Design & Research, Inc.
||January 8, 2003
３）Seminar, Symposium planning & coordination
||Cabinet Office, Ministy of Economy, Trade and Industry,
Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communiatons
Hokkaido Government, Okinawa Prefectural Government
Asian Productivity Organization
Hitachi Ltd., NTT West Corporation, NTT docomo Inc.,
Nikkei Business Publications Inc.,
Japan Management Association, SHOGAKUKAN Inc.,
Nikkan Kogyo Shimbun Ltd., The Chunichi shimbun,
The Asahi Shimbun Company
Nippon Broadcasting System, Inc.
Hayashi grew up in both Japan and Taiwan. After graduating from graduate
school in Japan, he worked for Nikko Securities (research division). And
then he joined the Japan Research Institute, Limited as one of start-up
members and worked for there more than 10 years. In 2003, he resolves to
establish the company.
He has made some significant proposal, such as creation of a special financial zone in Okinawa in 1997 and introduction of information technology to resort areas in 2001.
He was also appointed to be a member of advisory committees for government
of Japan which is set up by the Cabinet Office, the Ministry of Public
Management, Home Affairs, Posts and Telecommunications, and the Ministry
of Economy, Trade and Industry.
He was a professor of graduate school from 2006 to 2012.