JBP Profile

Overview

Japan Bosai Platform, JBP is an association of Japanese private companies with leading bosai solutions. Our goal is to make society disaster resilient and sustainable by sharing Japanese bosai solutions with the world.

JBP’s strength lies in the cooperation and wide-ranging technologies of its more than 100 member companies and organizations. Unlike a private company, our neutrality enables us to respond rapidly with optimized solutions. We are helping countries around the world to invest before disasters to save lives and strengthen their economies.

JBP is the focal point of disaster risk reduction (DRR) technology in Japan. We are founded on strong support from and collaboration with the Japanese government, academia and the private sector.
 
  Name of Organization 
 Japan Bosai Platform
  Type  Membership Organization
  Date of Establishment  4 June, 2014
  Number of Members  101 as of 12 June, 2019
 (Executive 29, Regular 54, Supporting 18)
 (Please see the Member List for the latest information)
 
  Office                           
 Aios Toranomon 1006, 1-6-12 Nishi-shimbashi, Minato-ku,
    Tokyo 105-0003, Japan
  Contact     Tel.: 03-6273-3545
 e-mail: info●bosai-jp.org (●→@) 
  URL  https://www.bosai-jp.org/en/
 
  President                Hiro NISHIGUCHI  Japan Innovation Network  
  Vice President
 
in alphabetical order 
 Akira DOI  KOKUSAI KOGYO CO., LTD.  
 Junichi IMADE  NIPPON STEEL METAL PRODUCTS CO.,LTD.  
 Keiichi MIZUTANI  Fujita Corporation  
 Satoshi ARIYAMA  Yachiyo Engineering Co., Ltd.  
 Yoshiki KINEHARA  Mitsubishi Research Institute, Inc.  
 Yoshinori TAKADA  NEC Corporation  
  Secretary General     Osamu NUMATA (Secretary General)  
  Adviser          
in alphabetical order 
 Toshio KOIKE  Director of International Centre for Water Hazard
    and Risk Management (ICHARM) under the
   auspices of UNESCO, Professor Emeritus of
   the University of Tokyo, and Council Member
   of Japan Science Council, Cabinet Office.
 
 Satoru NISHIKAWA  Professor, Disaster Mitigation Research Center,
    Nagoya University
 
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