The Higgs inflation scenario is an approach to realize the inflation, in which the Higgs boson plays a role of the inflaton without introducing a new particle. We investigate a Higgs inflation scenario in the so-called radiative seesaw model proposed by E. Ma. We find that a part of parameter regions where additional scalar fields can play a role of an inflaton is compatible with the current LHC results, the current data from neutrino experiments and those of the dark matter abundance as well as the direct search. We show that we can partially test this model by measuring masses of scalar bosons at the International Linear Collider.
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