Corp Info


atWare, Inc.
Takashi Makino

『Software Services That Make People Happy』
is our first most important principle as we established atWare, Inc..
Not only that we want to develop systems for up-valuing our customers’ businesses, bringing a downright satisfactory to users is our primary mission.
In order to offer best valuable services upon customers’ request and advance products further beyond their imagination, as technicians and members of atWare, Inc.,
we believe non-stop challenges of new technologies in science and knowledge buildups are relatively important to what we are value with.
However, we are not almighty, with very few numbers of staffs there are limitations. At the beginning we started with server side Java technologies as the core of our business, later came the parallel distributed processing, distributed DB, search engine, authentication and cloud based technologies. With Android as our model smart phone device, we then begin with the development of AR or even integration with payment systems. We strive to create systems that are unique and invincible.
On the other hand, besides the original technologies that we are selling, there are co-developed systems with customers that we worked from small to large scale projects. Such as Scrum and XP, for instances, are few of our representative Agile Processes that we prize very much as we build up our businesses.
In additions, with face to face communication, we have extended our services with Atlassian’s products. Using JIRA/Confluence and put them in practical use as online communication tool and analog. People versus people (customers and technicians, technicians and technicians), people versus technical collaboration are our best secret weapons.
Of course, it isn’t enough just to operate our businesses in accordance with customers’ demands only. We believe happiness should be built based upon different meanings of our life. It’s more important that we work joyfully and with pride, touch base with the cutting edge technologies, to think of the outcomes as for individuals, families, or even technicians, and to create a safe and stable environment for businesses. Further from our development with technologies, we want to immerse ourselves in communities, locally and globally.
Currently, members of our organization participate in all sorts of sports events and local activities as company’s act of social corporate responsibility. We have also made several efforts on helping our nation recover from the earthquakes disaster.
We sincerely wish that systems create by atWare not only can bring surprises to people, it is our hope that our software services can be of best support and become a necessity of our life.

About Our Company

Company’s Name atWare, Inc.
Headquarters Minatomirai Center Bldg, 11th Fl.

3-6-1 Minatomirai , Nishi-Ku

Yokohama, Kanagawa, 220-0012

TEL 045-650-9505
FAX 045-650-9506
Hakodate Laboratory

Fujikasai Hakodate Bldg, 5th Fl.

6-5 Honcho

Hakodate, Hokkaido, 040-0011

TEL 0138-30-9505
FAX 0138-30-9515


President Takashi Makino
Director Atsushi Shigeta
Director Wataru Matsudate
Director Koji Kitano

Established 12/24/2004
Capital USD$500,000
Employees 30 (including contract workers)

(Japanese Vowel Order)

UL Systems, Inc
Eiwa System Management
NTT docomo
Kochi University of Technology
National Institute of Informatics
Kanazawa University
Hitotsubashi University
Sumisho Computer Systems Coporation
Hitachi Solutions



  • 07/01/2011 Partnership contract with Atlassian.
  • 07/01/2010 Participant of Layer Partner Network.
  • 06/01/2010 Capital increase – US$500,000.
  • 04/01/2008 Join Venture with ZYXTechnology.
  • 04/01/2008 atWare Laboratory established in Hakodate, Hokkaido.
  • 04/01/2008 Capital increase- US$210,000.
  • 08/13/2007 Headquarters moved to Yokohama City.
  • 09/21/2006 Capital increase – US$150,000.
  • 10/05/2005 Headquarters moved to Yokohama City.
  • 10/02/2005 Capital increase – US$60,000.
  • 12/24/2004 atWare, Inc. established.
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