Founded in June 2008 by video game veteran Marc Cellucci (originally as Mission One), Nextvision Tokyo focuses on two main business areas: software development (mainly smartphone and web app development) and the localization of Japanese content.  Nextvision Tokyo strives to be something new in the Japanese software industry. A company that brings the Japanese sense of design and content to a worldwide market. A company that’s quick to embrace new technologies, and take risks on new ideas. A company that puts employees first, and offers a welcome respite from the grind typically associated with Japanese software companies. A company that combines the best aspects of global software development under one roof. At our company, delivering the best software experiences the world has to offer is our vision.

Business Outline

1. Computer software development and production.
2. Web content development and production.
3. Entertainment content localization and consulting.

Marc Cellucci’s Biography

Marc is a veteran of the video game industry on both sides of the Pacific. He started at SEGA in 1999, where he worked on the Dreamcast Network, Sega.com, and SegaNet. After moving to Japan and gaining fluency in the language, he joined Koei in Japan as a Marketing Manager, and then returned to SEGA as a producer in the AM3 arcade division. His main work was on the Dinosaur King franchise, which includes arcade and handheld video games, television animation, and merchandising. In 2008, he left SEGA and founded Mission One (now Nextvision Tokyo).

Nextvision Tokyo
BizFeel Tamachi, 3-6-5 Shibaura
Minato-ku, Tokyo
108-0023 JAPAN
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