We are Yumeville.

50 years have passed since the release of 8-bit microprocessor and 20 years since the actual mass adoption of the Internet. Our specie attained tools that enabled us to dream of what was not possible before in various fields of our lives. As Yumeville, we introduce and propagate revolutionary IT technologies in Japan. Simultaneously, we design and develop Mediline, a distributed cloud-based healthcare-related personal information management service, hoping for it to be one of the few innovations in the IT industry born from Japan.

The year of 2008 was faced with a catastrophic financial crisis resulted in massive loss of trust in the conventional financial model. However, it was also the year in which a new model of trust appeared in the world as a form of bitcoin enabled by blockchain. Additionally, FinTech has been gaining increasing attention ever since 2015 and has started to affect various parts of our lives which involves all kinds of transactions. Blockchain has been used in numerous FinTech and cryptocurrency projects as well. However, a new kind of distributed peer-to-peer enabling application framework has appeared which we know of as Holochain.
We currently focus on utilizing this cutting-edge technology and regard it as one of our missions to propagate and introduce this game-changing technology in Japan. Together, we can achieve a better and brighter future enabled by Holochain.

Additionally, we also regard it as our mission to help solve Japan’s ever-looming problem of labor shortage in the IT industry. This is being done by creating offshore development hub and forging strong partnerships in various Southeast Asian Countries(Philippines, Vietnam, Bangladesh, etc) in order to consign various software projects here in Japan. years have gone since Japan’s population started to decline. In domestic IT industry, this can be felt as incumbent software engineers age while there is not much incoming workers to replace them. In the month of April 2019, the government has decided to increase the capacity of foreign workers that can work domestically in order to combat declining birthrate and population. They have allowed individuals who possess adequate expertise and ability to speak Japanese to stay for 5 years (originally was 3 years). The number of foreign workers has surpassed 1 million in the first time this 2016 and was increased to 1,279,000. Of that, 257,000 are technical interns and workers. In correlation, IT industry has also started to pay more attention at forging strong partnerships with functioning regions in order to operate the offshore development scheme. Consequentially, Yumeville sees a great need for bilingual Bridge System Engineer and regard it as one of its mission to train and grow individuals who aspire to become said bridge system engineer.

We started Yumeville to serve as an avenue for all our dreams to rally and enable ourselves to contribute to a greater good of society.

Yumeville Inc.
CEO Tatsuya Sato