HACARUS Opens a Satellite Office in Wakayama Prefecture, Japan

HACARUS Opens A Satellite Office In Wakayama Prefecture, Japan

January 19, 2020 – Wakayama, Japan – HACARUS, the leading provider of lightweight and explainable AI today announced the opening of its fourth branch in Japan. The new office is scheduled to open in Shirahama Town, Wakayama in February 2021.


Left: Office building “Anchor”, where HACARUS’ Wakayama Office will be located / Right: Shirarahama Beach in Wakayama Pref.


Wakayama Prefecture is known for its beautiful nature, traditional culture and cuisine. Having an office in such a refreshing environment will have many benefits to the employees – from increasing work efficiency to reducing stress compared to the busy environment in the city.

Through the opening of the new office, HACARUS aims to further strengthen the R&D activities, taking advantage of Wakayama’s high education level in the field of IT. We hope to hire local talents and expand partnerships/collaborations, while offering educational opportunities to local schools and universities.


Would you like to work with us?

HACARUS is rapidly expanding and actively hiring new talents from all over the world. If you are interested in working with a motivated and diverse team at HACARUS, please contact us here.



HACARUS INC, founded 2014 in Kyoto, Japan is the leading provider of Explainable Lightweight AI Tools, backed by Osaka Gas and Miyako Capital (Kyoto University) among others. Its solutions are used in the Medical field to enable humans to make better, faster and more reliable decisions, based on AI driven insights. Hacarus’ proprietary AI engine is built using Sparse Modeling, an AI method that understands data like a human would – by its unique key features and is far more resource, time and energy efficient when compared to Deep Learning. To learn more, visit https://hacarus.com.



Takashi Someda

CTO of Hacarus. Has over 15 years experience as a software and server engineer in several global SaaS startups. Currently working hard to make something new with machine learning. Holds masters degree in Information Science at Kyoto University.

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