Dwango - Female health managers keeping engineers in shape!

Dwango - Female health managers keeping engineers in shape!

 

Engineers tend to keep long hours and eat unhealthy food from working too many late nights. So, to encourage their engineers to live a regular and healthy lifestyle, Japanese media company, Dwango, is going to implement a project called "Jyoshi-mane Bento" to their engineers on September 2.

"Jyoshi-mane" (an abbreviation for "Jyoshi Manager") is a common term for a female manager who takes care of the players, equipment and records of a school sports team. Drawing from this Japanese tradition, Dwango hired 15 girls for a new Joshi-mane position as a part-time job. Those girls have to wear a gym uniform to make them look more like real team managers to help the engineers.
 
Below are what the Joshi-mane team is going to do:

1. They will lead easy traditional gymnastic exercises called "Radio Taiso" at 10:30am every morning. Engineers who join the exercises get a stamp on a dedicated stamp card.




2. At lunch time, Joshi-mane will hand them a nutritious bento box for free in exchange for the stamp. They can choose out of 6 or 7 kinds of different bento boxes.

3. They will keep a bubbly and smiley attitude around the engineers.

If the engineers can have a more healthy and productive day, this project is a genius and innovative idea! For engineers, it is great because they can join the exercise to get in shape, get a free nutritions lunch, and spend some time with cute, energetic girls…  For Dwango, it may help get more interest from engineers who might consider looking for a job there.



 

Photo and Movie Sources:
Internet Watch
Entabe

 

 

Source: 

Related Articles

Reno J. Tibke - October 08, 2013

The Ladies & Gentlemen of CEATEC 2013 - AkihabaraNews.com

A long, long time ago the proverbial Mad Men realized that, no matter what you sell, propping up a pretty human being next to the product moves the product.

Tokyo Motor Show Gallery #1 (CARS, LADIES, LONG POTATOES)
It's huge. It takes over the entire Tokyo Big Sight Convention Center. Each years sees just under a 1,000,000 attendees over the course of 10 or so days. If you can ignore the throngs of douchey psuedo-journalists facing their imminent extinction, the Tokyo Motor Show is a blast!
The Hikaru Skirt Revisited: A Fashion Statement that Demands Yet Defies Explanation (GALLERY)
One of the great things about living in Japan is knowing that there is a neverending string of things that you’ll never fully understand. The Hikaru Skirt (“hikaru” just means “shining”) is a pretty good example thereof. But as goofy as these might be, they do catch (and keep) the eye!
Tokyo Motor Show Gallery #2 (CARS, CUPHOLDER ROBOTS, SELF-DRIVING GERMAN SAUSAGES)
We now present an inline gallery of 30 “snapshots” from Editor Wordnerd. These below are a mix of RX100 and iPhone 6s Plus shots from the massive Tokyo Motor Show - one of the top 5 auto events on planet earth. And hey, which is better: Gallery #1 from Captain Cameranerd, or this one, from Princess Snapshot?
Terrie's Take - AkihabaraNews.com

Terrie’s Take is a selection of Japan-centric news collected and collated by long-time resident and media business professional Terrie Lloyd. AkihabaraNews is pleased to present Terrie’s learned perspective; we all could use another take on the news - here’s Terrie’s:

Toshiba REGZA Super Serious - AkihabaraNews.com

Unflinching Dedication to High-Def
Okay, so be forewarned that this isn't really news, we just want you to watch this video because it's funny how serious this CEATEC spokesdancer was about Toshiba 4K TVs. She was unshakable. Like a rock. She believed in the power of TV with resolution that's beyond the perceptive capability of the human eye!

Some Beautiful Cosplay to Kick Off Golden Week (PROBABLY NSFW GALLERY) [TOP 15 of 2015]
[#10 of 2015's Top 15 Articles] Really, it seems like yesterday, but it’s been more than two months since we brought readers a nice, succinct (lightly curated) cosplay gallery.
J-Halloween 2015: Ladies' Bargain Cosplay
Halloween has become a pretty big deal here in Japan, and, naturally, this lends itself to some serious cosplay. Our friends over at Tokyo Otaku Mode have assembled a decent range of cosplay gear that requires much less of an...investment, both in time in and monetary resources. For J-Halloween 2015, we recommend!

Pages