Company information

Company information

Company information

JP Conference is a company that deals with asbestos detoxifying treatment, while at the same time achieving cost reductions and labor safety. We take our responsibilities seriously and make sincere efforts to improve our knowledge on a daily basis regarding how to safely and efficiently treat asbestos, which is harmful to the human body. This page provides company information on JP Conference.

Principle of JP Conference

Pass a beautiful world on to the next generation by utilizing the
knowledge inspired by nature in cutting-edge technology and
improving the global environment

"It is difficult to restore the environment once it is polluted. What should we do and think now?""Time doesn’t stop. So…"

Humans have made kaleidoscopic changes in the economy and technology over time.

On the other hand, environmental pollution is threatening our lives.

Without our realizing it, a way of life that is focused on convenience and comfort has started to undermine the resources and environment that should be preserved for the next generation of sons and daughters.

JP Conference is determined to continue utilizing the knowledge inspired by nature in its cutting-edge technology and improve the global environment in order to pass a beautiful world to the next generation.

We believe that it is our mission to carry out initiatives that are kind to the global environment as well as to humans.

JP Conference Co., Ltd.

Company overview

Company name JP Conference Co., Ltd.
President Kou Haneda
Address of head office Creation Core Nagoya 103
2266-22, Anagahora, Shimoshidami, Moriyama-ku,
Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture
Tel. +81-52-739-2526
Fax. +81-52-739-2528
Capital 3,000,000 yen
Established January 2015
Number of employees 10 (as of September 2017)
Director Kou Haneda
Correspondent bank Nagoya Bank, Kitayama Branch
Hyakugo Bank, Fujigaoka Branch
License No. of Construction Business Aich Prefecture No.108767


January 2010 Announced hydrogen-generating ceramics
June 2010 Launched hydrogen-generating ceramics for fuel battery use
December 2011 Commenced the development of a radioactive substance removal agent
March 2012 Demonstration of the removal of radioactive substances at Syobusawa, Higashitamano in Soma City, Fukushima Prefecture
April 2012 Demonstration of the removal of radioactive substances at Nagadoro-machi, Iitate-mura in Soma District, Fukushima Prefecture
December 2012 Established General Incorporated Association Japan Leading
Edge Laboratory
January 2015 Established JP Conference Co., Ltd.

Patent applications

Patent publication: 2010-110754
Patent application: 2009-232784
Method of manufacturing water purification material, water purification method, and solution for water purification
Patent publication: 2010-110753
Patent application: 2009-232788
Manufacturing method of ceramic catalyst, hydrogen-generation apparatus using ceramic catalyst, and hydrogen-use apparatus
Patent publication: 2009-270100 Method for modifying heavy crude oil using OH catalyst
Patent publication: 2009-034557 Purification and secondary pollution prevention system using environmental purification setting agent FOS
Patent application: 2012-221299 Detoxification treatment for water including radioactive substances and detoxification treatment method of contaminated ground

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Established JP Conference Co., Ltd.
Creation Core Nagoya 103 2266-22, Anagahora, Shimoshidami, Moriyama-ku,Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture


By car

About 20 minutes from the Kasugai interchange on the Tomei Expressway
About 20 minutes from JR Kozoji Station
About 40 minutes from the city center of Nagoya
About 30 minutes from Nagoya Airport

By bus
  • Guideway Bus (Yutorito Line)
    Get off at the Shidami Science Park and walk for 3 minutes
    About 30 minutes from the bus stop at JR Ozone Station
  • Nagoya City Bus
    Get off at the Shidami Science Park and walk for 3 minutes
    About 22 minutes from the bus stop at Fujigaoka Station on the Subway Higashiyama Line
    About 15 minutes from the bus stop at Inba Station on the Meitetsu Seto Line