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Tokyo Metropolitan Small and Medium Enterprise Support Center by the Tokyo Government Sponsors Event to Promote SeiRogai’s “Virtual Tour 360 Service”

The Tokyo Metropolitan Small and Medium Enterprise Support Center and the Tokyo Metropolitan Government is sponsoring an event to introduce and promote SeiRogai, Inc.’s “Virtual Tour 360 Service” on Wednesday Oct 12, 2022. At this event, SeiRogai’s proprietary approach to filming VR360°virtual tours to resolve challenges faced by local governments to promote tourism amid the impact of the coronavirus and declining regional economies will be introduced.

Event Title: [Must-see for Administrative Officers / Tourism Operators] Introducing examples of VR tour utilization for regional development
https://upgrade-square.jp/event/comfirm/101

SeiRogai’s collaboration project with Fuchu City will be showcased as a case study of the effective utilization of the latest digital VR 360° technologies and virtual tour production to attract new audiences and future customers in a brand new way. SeiRogai’s “Virtual Tour 360 Service” will be launched as a “new service to address issues faced by Administrative Officers and Tourism Operators in a post-Covid environment.”

SeiRogai’s CEO/Founder and Film Producer Samuel Yuen and COO/Co-Founder Rachel Leng will attend the event and panel discussion together with Fuchu City Hall government officials!

The event will be conducted in Japanese both online and offline.

On the day of the event, attendees at Tokyo Upgrade Square will have an opportunity to experience the innovative and immersive VR tour first-hand (about 20 people on a first-come, first-served basis).

Please join us!


Event Title: [Must-see for Administrative Officers / Tourism Operators] Introducing examples of VR tour utilization for regional development

Event Description:

Are you prepared for the re-opening of tourism in Japan, after a prolonged coronavirus pandemic?

We will share how “Professionally Guided VR tours” produced by SeiRogai, Inc., in collaboration with Fuchu City Hall, can be the solution as a countermeasure against the decline in tourists while supporting regional development. The project is a successful example of public-private partnership and a great case study to learn from best practices for local governments and administrative agencies in Japan to collaborate with SMEs and startups to solve administrative issues.

Date/Time       2022.10.12 Wed  18:0019:30

Venue             Offline / TOKYO UPGRADE SQUARE (TUS), Online (Zoom webinar)

Sponsored by Tokyo Metropolitan Small and Medium Enterprise Support Center

18:00 – 18:05 Opening Remarks

18:05 – 18:15  Fuchu City Startup Support Project Introduction

18:15 – 18:25 Business Introduction and Company Overview of SeiRogai, Inc.

18:25 – 18:55 Introduction of Collaboration Case Study: “Professionally Guided VR tour by a Harvard graduate and former Miss Singapore”

18:55 – 19:00 Closing Remarks

19:00 – 19:30 VR Tour Experience, followed by Networking Session

■ Event Details/Registration: https://upgrade-square.jp/event/comfirm/101


About SeiRogai, Inc.

SeiRogai, Inc. was founded with a mandate to make quality and commercially viable documentaries, television programs, Ad campaigns, videos, and feature films for international markets. Our goal is to produce engaging and educational stories that will benefit society by inspiring mutual human understanding. Our team brings a unique global perspective and cross-cultural understanding of foreign cultures across Asia and the US to Japan, and the ability to communicate ideas that will resonate and connect with diverse audiences and inspire humankind forward.


About the Tokyo Metropolitan SME Support Center

Tokyo Metropolitan Small and Medium Enterprise Support Center is a public-interest corporation established by Tokyo Metropolitan Government for promoting business developments of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Tokyo, and it supports SMEs in various business fields to meet their levels of growth.


About Tokyo Upgrade Square

The Tokyo Metropolitan Government established the “Tokyo Upgrade Square” to create an ecosystem in which local governments and administrative agencies in Japan can collaborate with SMEs and startups to solve administrative issues. The project aims to foster public-private partnerships around diverse issues such as tourism, work styles, city attractions, mobility, disasters, fisheries and forestry, sports and the environment, etc, sports environment, etc.


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