InWebOut mainly conducts IT business: making a website, translating a Japanese website into English, providing online cloud storage, making template files, supporting people who would like to be a YouTuber. Also, InWebOut runs a website named “Studying Abroad With Disabilities: SAWD” which consults and supports especially people with disabilities who would like to study abroad in the US.
InWebOut always seeks lots of possibilities and tries to challenge itself towards better and superior quality services since being established on May 6, 2016. Shuhei Onishi, CEO, has a severe disability, Progressive Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, and uses a wheelchair. In spite of this difficulty, he graduated from a college in the U.S. and acquires many skills and specialist-oriented qualities along his journey. He hopes to provide his power for future endeavors. InWebOut holds his personal belief.
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- Consulting and supporting people with physical disabilities who would like to study abroad by using the Internet video calling service from their house.
- Advising all businesses by experiences; finding and trouble-shooting problems out speedily.
- Connecting between clients who are working within different Industries; giving birth to something new.
Studying abroad in the US regarding possibilities of people with disabilities by EducationUSA
August 8, 2018
Japan’s Disability Shame by 101 East – Al Jazeera English
November 9, 2018
The possibilities are infinite regarding the strengths of your endeavors. After all, the world is linked. InWebOut can do anything. These words are the strengths of InWebOut. If a client asks InWebOut to help, InWebOut will try to do something for that client.
About Shuhei Onishi
After graduating from a high school in Japan, he started making a website. He temporarily visited Hawaii, US, through Make-A-Wish of Japan for the preparation of studying abroad to make his dreams come true when he was a high school student. He studied abroad to Hawaii as a wish-child who could make his dreams come true at the age of 18. He has lived Honolulu, Hawaii, for about 3 years and kept learning making a website through self-study while attending University of Hawai‘i Kapiʻolani Community College. He learned Information and Computer Science, Business calculus, etc in college. After graduating, he came back to Japan and has been working freelance; his business name is InWebOut.
He has a severe disability, Progressive Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, and uses a wheelchair.
Business type: Freelance
Office: Tokyo, Japan
Services: Webdesign, Translation, Agent for studying abroad (with disabilities), etc.
- Special features
- Shuhei’s Story of Japan’s Disability Shame＠101 East – Al Jazeera English on March 29, 2019
- Japan’s Dark History Of Persecuting The Disabled – A dark history of discrimination and extermination blights Japan’s history – Journeyman Pictures on January 21, 2019.
- Japan’s Disability Shame by 101 East – Al Jazeera English on November 9, 2018
- Sminar and speech
- A meeting with HirokoKobira, LSW MSW and CEO of Kobira Healthcare Hawaii LLC, regarding the empowerment of social work in Japan and business plans for it on April 29, 2009.
- A project meeting of Heike Boeltzig-Brown, PhD, Senior Research Associate & Program Developer from University of Massachusetts Boston Institute for Community Inclusion (ICI) at The University of Tokyo RCAST on February 28, 2019.
- Personal history
- Pacific International Language School
- University of Hawaii English Language Program
- University of Hawaii Kapiolani Community College
- the Financial Aid Pacific-Asian Scholarship
- Phi Theta Kappa
- Service Learning – Presidential Award Bronze (100 hours)
- Who’s Who Among Students In American Junior Colleges
- Associate in Arts – Liberal Arts
- Quickie S525 by Quickie / Sunrise Medical from 2004 to 2014
- Quickie Pulse 6 Mid Wheel Drive Power Wheelchair by Quickie / Sunrise Medical from 2014 to now.
- has been traveling around the world; Seoul, Shanghai, Taiwan, HongKong, Guam, Hawaii, Sanfrancisco, New York, London, Paris, Milan, and many towns in Japan.
Japan’s Disability Shame by 101 East – Al Jazeera English on November 9, 2018