Analyst Introduction

Meteorology and analysis professionals with a fine-tunedunderstanding of changing weather conditions

Motohiro Honma〈Project Manager〉
Weather Forecaster, Engineer (Construction), Doctor of Engineering

  • Obtained a Master's degree from the Graduate School of Science, the University of Tokyo.
  • Joined the Japan Weather Association to develop river and tsunami simulation models.
  • Obtained a Doctorate in Engineering from the Graduate School of Engineering, Gunma University.
  • Works as an assistant professor at the Disaster Prevention Research Institute, Kyoto University.
  • Awarded the Japan Society for Natural Disaster Science's Excellent Paper Award for Young Researchers.
  • Currently serving as a manager for the eco+logi Project.

Motohiro utilizes his expertise in analysis and model construction in combination with his knowledge on effective weather reporting methods to oversee projects from a variety of perspectives.

Toshio Nakano〈Project Leader〉
Engineer (General Technology, Applied Sciences), Doctor of Engineering

  • Obtained a Master's degree from the Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University.
  • Joined the Japan Weather Association to handle analysis and systems for disaster prevention.
  • Obtained a Doctorate in Engineering from the Graduate School of Engineering, Kyushu University.
  • Awarded the 2016 Energy Conservation Grand Prize.
  • Established the eco+logi Project, where he currently leads research into cooperative production and distribution, behavior prediction, etc.

Toshio pioneered much of the foundation for the original demand forecast model. He blazes a trail backed by his belief in societal development achieved by demand forecasting using weather forecasts.

Kumi Okoshi〈Senior Analyst〉
Weather Forecaster, Health and Weather Advisor, Data Analyst, Disaster Prevention Specialist

  • Obtained a Master's degree in climatology and meteorology from the College of Natural Sciences, First Cluster of Colleges, University of Tsukuba.
  • Joined the Japan Weather Association to handle weather forecasting.
  • Forecasts weather on Nippon Television Network Corporation NEWS 24 and other television and radio programs.
  • Authored multiple books on lifestyle and weather utilizing her expertise as a weather forecaster and health and weather advisor.
  • Currently serves as a senior analysis in the eco+logi Project, where she provides commentary on corporate marketing analysis and the impact of weather on economy.

Kumi herself is physically impacted by weather changes, so she obtained her qualifications as a health and weather advisor. As a weather forecaster, she has earned a reputation for high-level analysis conveyed with clarity.

Tomohiro Yoshiaki〈Data Analyst〉
Weather Forecaster

  • Obtained a Master's degree from the Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University.
  • Joined the Japan Weather Association to handle analysis using weather radars.
  • Developed the "Heavy Rain Detector / X-Band MP Radar" app.
  • Engaged in projects for early detection of heavy rain, support for rocket launches, etc.
  • Established the eco+logi Project alongside Toshio Nakano, where he is currently engaged as a data analyst. His endeavors in the project include conducting analysis using AI and training analysts.

Tomohiro boasts impressive analysis and communication expertise in a wide range of analytical pursuits, from app development to rocket launch support. Always seeking the next challenge, he proactively utilizes cutting-edge technology to conduct analysis.