Logo design by Thomas Zimmerman Supporting Seniors in Hokkaido
Logo design by Thomas Zimmerman                                      Supporting Seniors in Hokkaido

Hokkaido MSC

HMSC is currently conducting a survey of Japanese residents living in Hokkaido who are interested in supporting foreign residents, especially seniors.  Please click on the News tab above in order to read the details and access the online survey form. We hope that spouses of foreign residents and those Japanese who wish to communicate in Engish with foreigners and each other will participate in the survey.

The HMSC Executive Committee

 Upcoming Activity Group Event


Book Talk #14

August 25th, Sunday 14:00 - 16:00

Venue: Biidama Cafe in Maruyama

(Google Maps link)


Please come ready to share a book about travel. This can be fiction or non-fiction, in time or space. 


HMSC exists to provide support for multinational residents:


Provide regular bilingual presentations on a range of topics, from health to disaster prevention, especially topics of interest to seniors

Hold a variety of social events for multinationals to share mutual interests

Promote international exchange and intercultural understanding


Learn more about us:

Read our latest news here


Find out more about the history of HMSC here


To get involved, learn more about upcoming events or contact us


View our archived reports of past events, or our photo gallery


We work in close partnership with the Sapporo International Communication Plaza and are registered with L-Plaza as HMSC - Hokkaido Multinational Support Community.


This group was originally founded by Michiyo Yoshida as MSC under the umbrella of "Neighbors" in January 2015.  From April 2019 it has been restructured as HMSC with an expanded vision and mission to benefit all those who join or attend presentations as guests.  Your participation and support is welcomed.


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