STYLY, Inc. Selected as Host for Harvard Business School’s Immersive Field Course

Tokyo, Japan – STYLY, Inc., the provider of the spatial layer platform “STYLY,” is proud to announce its selection as a host for the prestigious Harvard Business School’s Immersive Field Course (IFC) in Tokyo. This collaboration marks a significant milestone in STYLY’s ongoing commitment to education and experiential learning.


The IFC, a vital component of Harvard Business School’s comprehensive two-year program, provides second-year students with a unique opportunity to engage in experiential learning in diverse off-campus settings. This year, over 280 students with an average of five years of work experience across various sectors like finance, real estate, consulting, healthcare, military, and technology, participated in the course.


STYLY’s CEO, Masahiro Yamaguchi, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership: “We are pleased to be working with Harvard Business School to provide students with a real-world learning experience in Japan. We feel certain that the students were able to gather insights here that they would never be able to glean from a classroom discussion alone.”


The course’s structure hinges on the expertise of Harvard’s faculty, who develop content that emphasizes student-centered active learning. This includes project work, site visits, guest speakers, and discussions with senior leadership, all designed to meet specific teaching objectives.


Harvard Business School is quick to acknowledge that this important learning experience would not be possible without the support and engagement of our hosts and partners. 


“We are extremely grateful to STYLY, Inc. and all the host organizations around the world for all they do on behalf of our students,” said Professor Ramon Casadesus-Masanell, who led the group. “The students benefit immeasurably from this experience and we hope the host organizations do as well.”


This collaboration highlights our dedication to fostering educational opportunities and its role as a bridge between academia and the real-world application of knowledge and skills.


For more information about STYLY, Inc., please contact Misa at STYLY, Inc., via email at


About the Spatial Layer Platform “STYLY”


STYLY is a spatial layer platform for the “Spatial Computing” era, bridging digital and physical realms. It enables the creation and distribution of digital content targeting both public layers in urban spaces and facilities and personal layers around the individual.


We have a global community of over 100,000 creators, with more than 200,000 digital contents distributed. It offers a diverse range of digital content, including art, music, fashion, and videos, submitted by creators worldwide. These digital contents can be enjoyed alone or shared and experienced with friends, making it a versatile platform for various digital experiences.


Our mission is ‘Free Inner Creativity,’ dedicated to unleashing the creative and innovative potential in individuals and enterprises through XR technology. This initiative contributes to the evolution of humanity by fostering new cultures and industries. Through the provision of the spatial layer platform “STYLY,” the company is transforming spatial information layers into media, thereby creating the era of “Spatial Computing” where cultural and industrial activities take place within these newly defined spatial dimensions.


Headquarters Address: 4F, 24th Sky Building, 1-34-2 Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
Representative: CEO Masahiro Yamaguchi