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Company Profile


President's Message

Since 2000, we have been producing over 100 diverse e-learning contents every year.
Our team of specialized staff, including consultants, scenario writers, designers, and authoring staff, efficiently produces educational content with high effectiveness, while also handling large-scale projects and multiple projects simultaneously.
Since 2009, we have also started building and operating LMS (Learning Management Systems). Taking into account the number of users, contents, and usage forms, we provide the most suitable system for your needs.
We work closely with your e-learning personnel to support you from education planning to material creation and stable system operation.

Representative Director Tsuyoshi Kumazawa
Japan e-Learning Consortium (eLC) Director

Company Overview

Company Name Human Science Co., Ltd.
Location ●Tokyo Headquarters
2-7-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo Odakyu Daiichi Seimei Building 10th Floor
●Nagoya Office
3-2-3 Sakaemachi, Naka-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture Nagoya Nikko Securities Building 4th Floor
We also visit customers outside the Tokyo metropolitan area and Kanto region. Please feel free to contact us.
Business Qualifications Obtained Specific Worker Dispatch Business Qualification (1995)
Obtained General Worker Dispatch Business Qualification (2005)
Director Representative Director Tsuyoshi Kumazawa
Director Yoshihiro Iwasaki
Director Daishiro Ishiguro
Director Tatsuo Tomioka
Capital 30 million yen
Establishment March 1985
Number of employees 110 people
Affiliated Organization Japan e-Learning Consortium (eLC)
Japan Moodle Association (Moodle Association of Japan)
General Incorporated Association Technical Communicator Association (JTCA)
Japan Translation Federation (JTF)
Globalization and Localization Association (GALA)
Specified Nonprofit Corporation Japan Information Technology Exchange (JIET)
DITA Consortium Japan
Bank of transaction Mitsui Sumitomo Bank Shimotakaido Branch
Mitsubishi Tokyo UFJ Bank Sasazuka Branch
Mizuho Bank Chofu Sengawa Branch
Overseas Bases Human Science USA ,inc. (San Francisco)

Main Business Activities

  • Employee Education and Training Planning
  • e-Learning
  • Manual Creation
  • Translation
  • System Development
  • Training and Seminars
  • Staffing Services


●Tokyo Headquarters

10th Floor, Odakyu Daiichi Seimei Building, 2-7-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 163-0710

  • ■Toei Subway Oedo Line Tochomae Station: 2 minutes walk from the underground passage using the A7 exit, or the C4 exit, or the C6 exit
  • ■Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line Nishi-Shinjuku Station: 5 minutes on foot from Exit 2, or 2 minutes on foot from Exit C6 using the underground passage
  • ■JR Shinjuku Station: 10 minutes walk from the West Exit

●Nagoya Office

4th Floor, Nagoya Nikko Securities Building, 3-2-3 Sakae, Naka-ku, Nagoya, Aichi Prefecture 460-0008

  • ■Nagoya Municipal Subway Higashiyama Line Sakae Station: 5 minutes walk from Exit 8
  • ■Nagoya Municipal Meijo Line Sakae Station: 5 minutes walk from Exit 8
  • ■Nagoya Municipal Subway Higashiyama Line Fushimi Station: 6 minutes on foot from Exit 4
  • ■Nagoya Municipal Subway Tsurumai Line Fushimi Station: 6 minutes on foot from Exit 4
  • ■Meitetsu Seto Line Sakaemachi Station: 10-minute walk

Main Clients

Main Clients

Security Policy

Human Science Co., Ltd. considers the protection of information assets to be an important issue in conducting business while maintaining a trusting relationship with customers and employees. It is important to safely protect the information assets entrusted by customers and employees from incidents such as loss, theft, and unauthorized use. Therefore, we implement physical and technical security measures. It is also important for employees to have a high awareness of information security and strive to protect information assets.
Therefore, we establish our information management policy here and put it into practice as a guideline for properly protecting the information assets held by our company. All employees, including management, will fully understand the purpose of this basic policy and take actions that comply with our internal regulations regarding information security management system.

  1. 1. Definition of Information Security
    At our company, information security is defined as maintaining the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of information assets.
  2. 2. Responsibilities of Administrators
    We will appoint an Information Security Manager who is responsible for information security. The Information Security Manager will implement measures to protect information assets and will be responsible for responding promptly if any events that threaten information security are discovered.
  3. 3. Employee Responsibilities
    Our company conducts education for all employees, including temporary employees, and considers it their responsibility to understand the "ISM Basic Policy" and internal rules related to ISM, and to act in compliance with regulations.
  4. 4. Identification and Measures for Information Assets
    At our company, we identify information assets that need to be protected, such as confidential information and personal information. To protect these identified information assets, we regularly conduct risk analysis and evaluation, and implement appropriate protection measures according to the level of risk.
  5. 5. Personal Information Protection
    We will handle personal information in compliance with applicable laws and regulations regarding personal information.
  6. 6. Compliance with Laws and Regulations
    We will promote activities to comply with laws and contracts related to information security.
  7. 7. Promoting Information Security Management
    We, as a company, conduct activities to maintain information security, with the Information Security Manager at the center, and through audits and management reviews, we confirm that information security is being maintained and strive for continuous improvement activities for correction and prevention.
  8. 8. Business Continuity
    We will take necessary measures to ensure the proper continuation of our important business.