Kenshin is the CEO at Hacarus, a healthcare technology startup based in Kyoto, Japan. He also serves as co-founder and board member at Makers Boot Camp, a VC firm specialized in hardware/IoT startups.
Previously he worked on the Playstation for Sony Computer Entertainment and was part of a startup derived from the Israeli Military. In the past 15 years, Kenshin co-founded several tech startups with two successful exits. The fist startup was acquired by a Japanese public company, and the second startup was sold to a US company.
Since 2010, Kenshin has been living in Kyoto rediscovering the strengths of intellectual property owned by local universities and the richness of food culture that Kyoto has to offer. Born in Shiga in 1976, Kenshin holds a Computer Science degree from California State University.