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Company

Company Overview

Developing business through providing interactive

animation teaching materials called “Surala”

Company Name SuRaLa Net Co., Ltd.
Date of Incorporation Aug. 29, 2008
Address 4/F, Toshimaya Building, 1-13-1, Uchikanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, Japan
Main Business Plan, develop and provide e-learning education service “Surala”,

provide operation consulting and give support to marketing and promotion
Financial Year 1st, January-31st, December
Audit Cooperation Grant Thornton Taiyo LLC
Board of Directors Founder & Chief Executive Officer Takahiko Yunokawa



Director Miki Kakiuchi/ Masahiro Sato

Director (Audit and supervisory committee member)

Hiromitsu Kobayashi/ Tomoya Fujimoto/ Kei Kato

Social Demand/Company Mission

“Eliminating educational inequality” is just the mission of SuRaLa Net

Company philosophy

To devote to innovation in education;
to prepare children to lead happy and successful lives

To solve social issues by using advanced technologies

Social issue--SuRaLa Net is contributing to solve
― Eliminating educational inequality ―

Special education for students with low academic abilities

Providing AI based e-learning materials to enjoy brand-new experience in studying

Assistance to children from poor families and children with
developmental or learning disabilities

Providing tailor-made AI based e-learning materials

Taking action to global expansion of education inequality

Spreading AI based e-learning materials in countries with difficulties in education

9th Japan e-Learning Award
Minister of MEXT Award

2nd Japan Venture Award Solution
for Social Challenge Award

1st SDGs Business Award
Scale-out Award

Qualification of J-Startup
from METI

CEO's Profile

Established SuRaLa Net after taking over “Surala” business via MBO from previous company
“Surala” is highly evaluated as a unique product and service

Professional Background

Born in Ube city, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan. Graduated from School of Engineering Science of Osaka University.

As an Executive Officer in charge of new business, responsible for various franchise projects including Gyukaku, Gin no Sara and Curves, meanwhile planned and developed e-learning materials “Surala”, in previous enterprise which was listed on the 1st section of TSE.

Takahiko Yunokawa
Founder & Chief Executive Officer,
SuRaLa Net Co., Ltd.

History of the company

2008 Set up “Surala”
2010 Take over “Surala” via MBO and spin it off
The business of SuRaLa Net was highly and widely evaluated for the unquie product and business operating model.
2015 Installed as a member of the Expert Committee of the Education Rebuilding Implementation
Council under Japanese Cabinet
2017 Received the Social Contribution Award, “Japan entrepreneurs ranking 2017” of Forbes Japan
2018 Certified as "J-Startup Company,“ company that can fight with the world by the Japanese Government

the Expert Committee of the Education Rebuilding
Implementation Council

the Social Contribution Award, Forbes Japan
”Japan entrepreneurs rankings 2017”

Overview of the “Surala” Business

The changes and current situation of schools and cram schools in Japan

Various challenges are surfacing with the shift from
group instruction toward individualized instruction

The changes and current situation of schools and cram schools

SuRaLa Net commits to solve the problems in education system (1)

Solve problems for students & children with low academic abilities

SuRaLa Net commits to solve the problems in education system (1)

SuRaLa Net commits to solve the problems in education system (2)

Solve the problems of management side(school & cram schools)

SuRaLa Net commits to solve the problems in education system (2)

Value Proposition of SuRaLa Net

Propose solutions suited to schools’ problems individually,
Support cram schools’ start-up and provide proposals for new business
styles for local mid-tier enterprises

SuRaLa’s leading-edge AI supporter function

Success Stories by implementing “Surala” in schools and cram schools

Gets continuous achievements while aiming to improving availability
and satisfaction of SuRaLa in the local mid-tier market,

case study

[Reference] Case for achievement on improving academic scores

Number of lower layer students dropped down by 20%! Individualized instruction become possible with relieving teachers from burdens Chinzei Gakuin High School (Nagasaki Prefecture)

Reference