Mira Robotics


Unleash people's possibilities through avatar robots

Robotics Service Geared Toward
The Future of Society

The future is not so distant. The environments and social structures that we live in will change dramatically.
By 2035, 1 in 3 Japanese citizens will be elderly and by 2050, the entire world will be facing low birthrates and aging populations.
It is likely that our values and ways of thinking will also change and the ways we work and live will diversify.

At Mira Robotics, we anticipate such a future and develop robotics services that will enrich people's lives.
On-demand / Anywhere / Assisted Service

Whenever, Wherever

« Services linking avatar robots and robot intelligence to the cloud »
Using our unique technology, we actualize services that enable utilization of robots in various fields.

Board Members

Engineering Members

Advisory Board

Hiroki Inagawa
Monstar Lab - CEO
Hiroki founded Monstar Lab in 2006 with the mission of creating mechanisms that utilize diversity after gaining experience at a US-based consulting firm and a web technology venture. In addition to running global sourcing businesses, in which planning, development, localization, marketing, and other operations of digital products are conducted in optimal locations around the world, in 21 cities in 12 countries (as of March 2018), he manages Monstar Channel, a background music service for mobile, VR, and AR game planners, developers, and stores, RPA (Robotics Process Automation), and other businesses. He graduated in 1998 from the Department of Mathematics at the Graduate School of Science at Kobe University and received his MBA from Bond University in Australia in 2006.
Hisashi Date
Hisashi accomplished credits for the Tokyo Institute of Technology Graduate School of Science and Engineering Doctoral Course in Mechanical and Control Engineering in 2003. In the same year, he was hired at the National Defense Academy Department of Computer Science, and after serving as a research associate and lecturer, he took his current position in 2015. He spent 1 year at the California Institute of Technology in the US as a visiting researcher in 2005. He is a member of the IEEE, the Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers, the Society of Instrument and Control Engineers, and the Institute of Systems, Control, and Information Engineers. He conducts research related to robotic control, such as control of nonlinear systems and autonomous locomotion. He has been awarded with the 2009 Robotics Society of Japan Young Investigation Excellence Award, the 2014 Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers Medal for Outstanding Paper, and the Tsukuba City Mayor Award 6 times in the Tsukuba Challenge, which is a challenge for autonomous locomotion robot technology. In addition, he has provided technical support for autonomization of the T-iROBO Slab Finisher by Taisei Corporation and has experience in technical support and joint research with companies.

About us

Company Name
Mira Robotics, Inc.
9F, Higashi-Kanda 1-7-8, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, JAPAN
Feb / 2018
Mira Robotics, Inc.
9F, Higashi-Kanda 1-7-8, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, JAPAN