Director/Motion Graphic Artist in OMNIBUS JAPAN, Inc. His experience covers fields such us CI, VI, television, title sequence of movies, Station Identification, promotional videos, etc. After creating the motion logo for Sony Music, one of his most important efforts, he went on to create more than 80 works. He has also made many large-frame movies for live shows, expositions and the like and has presented “The movements”, a visual exhibit for the “Geo-Cosmos” the symbol exhibit of Miraikan (2013). He has been awarded the Promax BDA America Broadcast Design Award (2008), the JAPAN MEDIA ARTS FESTIVAL Award (2007, 2009), and many other prizes.
Scriptwriter and producer. Born in 1978. He works on advertising and television shows production. He joined the world of the Planetarium after participating in the script of “Space Elevator – The Future as Viewed by Scientists” (Screened at the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation, Miraikan and other places). He was involved in the creation of the script and the direction of “BIRTHDAY – What Links the Universe and Me-“, and in the production of “Kirobo and Mirada”, “Ice Wonderland”, “Wish upon a Star, Pray upon the Moon”, etc. He endeavors to create films that people unfamiliar with space or science can enjoy.
Director of Photography
Born in 1964, in Kanagawa Prefecture. Disciple of the late Mr. Noboru Shinoda. Camera operator of movies made for the most typical rectangular screen. He has worked together with Isao Yukisada director in “A Good Husband” and many other of the director’s films He always aims for variety in his works, regardless of the medium, as in “TOKYO! Shaking Tokyo” (Bong Joon-ho, 2008), “Princess Jellyfish” (Taisuke Kawamura, 2004), etc. ..This is his first involvement with a dome theatre film.
Composer. From his time in Tokyo University of the Arts, he has made music for places and videos, for art exhibitions at the Mori Art Museum, the Pompidou Centre, the Toyo Ito Museum of Architecture, the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum and for corporate advertising for UNIQLO, TOYOTA, HONDA, to name but a few. Since 2013, he has supervised the concert events “Yanaka Music Room” at Yanaka HAGISO. Recently, he composed gagaku music (ancient Japanese court music), and presented it at the Iwata Museum outdoor concert in Imabari City and many other places. He also creates performances with Kazumasa Teshigawara, as a music group called “The World”.
Actor and director from New Zealand. He studied in New Zealand Drama School, and has a master degree in Stage Production. He is the founder of CITA (International Centre for Theatre Arts) that is active primarily in Tokyo. War Knocking on My Window (South Korea), Kanadehon Chushingura (England), The Bag (South Korea), Albert Speer (New Zealand), Hole in the Roof (England), etc. are some of his recent works. He has acted, instructed and staged many plays in Colombia, Iran, South Korea, Japan, England, and New Zealand.
Playing: the Scientist Asahi
Born in 1961, from Kyoto. He began theatre as soon as he entered Waseda University. He was a member of ZAZOUS Theatre, where he acted in almost all plays. After the breakup of the ZAZOUS group, he began to act in movies.
Since 1989, he has participated in the performance group “TAICHI-KIKAKU” and performed in 21 countries. His main works are “Ghost Theater” (2015), “Rurouni Kenshin: The Legend Ends” (2014), “Platinum Data” (2013), and “Gaiji Keisatu” (2012).
Playing: the Scientist Rosa
She is a bilingual actress from California who has graduated from UCLA with a major in Japanese Language. She trained in Urasenke, a major school of tea ceremony in Kyoto, for 1 year, and has learned about the Japanese culture through her 10 years of tea ceremony practice. She works as an actress in a variety of television shows, series and movies, and also as a model, narrator and translator. Other than the tea ceremony, she has experience in kimono dressing, calligraphy, ink wash painting, and aikido. The sushi she likes the most is yellow jack sushi.
Playing: the Scientist Oyan
From Kanagawa Prefecture, born in September 9, 1986. He is one of the few actors in Japan that can do Parkour (a movement technique of French origin). He works in commercials, television series, and many other media. Main works: NTV “HIGH&LOW” (2015), Tokai TV “Wakaretara Suki na Hito [The One after a Breakup] ” (2015), CX “Detective versus Detectives” (2015), MBS “AGAIN!!” (2014).
Voice Actor Rikiya Koyama
Haiyuza Theater Group member. Born in Kyoto Prefecture, on December 18. He is known as the actor/dubbing artist who dubs the protagonist of the American series “24-TWENTY FOUR”. Not only has he dubbed roles of many foreign series and movies, but also TV cartoons (anime). “Case Closed” as Richard Moore, and “Fate/Zero” as Kiritsugu Emiya. In the Seiyu Awards 2011, he received the “Tomiyama Kei Prize” awarded to “a person of merit who has popularized dubbing the most in the respective year”.