Within the next few years, the Japanese Ministry of Education will implement more thought-provoking questions on its standardized exams and test for soft skills such as interpersonal capability. Many high schools and universities have thus sought Active Learning’s assistance in preparation for the future of Japanese test taking. Currently, the Japanese educational system only tests knowledge acquired through memorization. As Japan seeks to diversify its test questions, Active Learning will provide the much needed human skills that current education does not foster.

Since Active Learning is a small company, it is difficult for Takuya Hane to meet the high customer demand that spread throughout Asia. Right now, he is designing the first ever “active learning platform”, a free e-learning system is totally free, that enables any school or organization to receive Active Learning service anywhere at anytime.