Sendai Finland Wellbeing Center is a Sendai based non-profit organization developing businesses between Finland and Japan.
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CareTechThe center creates a health and welfare industry cluster by supporting manufacturers and service providers to develop products and services in the nursing care field. That cluster leads to better living of the citizens and leads to revitalization of the industry in the Sendai region.
International CollaborationThe center is conducting activities to enhance the competitiveness of Sendai companies and the presence of the Sendai area through collaboration with the Republic of Finland and ASEAN countries, especially Thailand.
International Business Collaboration
Development consultingWe consult about development of new products and services.
B to B matchingWe introduce companies that can become new partners in product development and marketing development.
IncubationWe lend a project room to entrepreneurs and companies doing new business in Sendai area.
Test BedWe provide companies opportunities for demonstration in the development of new products and services.
Trade ConsultingWe provide hands-on support for trade with companies in Finland and Thailand.
ExhibitionWe participate in a BtoB exhibition held in Tokyo together with companies in Sendai area and companies in Finland every year.
SeminarWe hold seminars for companies to obtain new business tips and build new networks.
POP-UP StoreWe offer opportunities to sell products related to our project.
For any inquiries, please email us at rdunit(at)sendai.fwbc.jpPlease change (at) into @.
Access from Sendai Station
TaxiApp. 20 min.
About 2,000 yen.
Credit card is not always accepted for the payment of fare. Please make sure with a driver before getting on the taxi.
TrainThere is no train staion around Center.
It takes about 25 min on foot from JR Kitayama Station.
Take a bus of Line 900, 901, 904, 905, 923, 925, 926 or 800 at the bus stop #13 (Bus pool of Sendai Station West Exit).
Get off at the bus stop, Takimichi-Iriguchi.
3minutes walk from the bus stop.