As an independent film production, we are dedicated to exploring socially impactful themes through our documentary films. It's our mission to bring Japan's rich cultural heritage and the perspectives of minorities to audiences around the world.

Documentary Production


We offer specialized documentary production rooted in our mission. Our films resonate with core values and cater to client visions, sharing stories we're passionate about.

Video Production


We also offer a wide range of video production services. Whether it's promotional videos, corporate introduction films, or educational content, we provide high-quality visuals tailored to meet our clients' needs.

Media Support


We provide support to brands and businesses in effectively managing and utilizing their owned media. From content creation to strategic planning, we are committed to ensuring the success of your owned media initiatives.


The Life of HOKUSAI

Produced in commemoration of the 260th anniversary of the birth of Katsushika Hokusai, this stage art piece has been transformed into a visual work. A ambitious creation that combines traditional Japanese musical instruments, projection mapping, dance, and is entirely non-verbal.



This 2020 performing arts documentary celebrates the 260th anniversary of the birth of Katsushika Hokusai. It follows the trials and setbacks of Katsumi Sakakura, director and lead performer, and his entourage as they attempt to embody the life of Hokusai. Along the way, Sakakura taps in to Hokusai's spirit by uncovering hidden messages in the artist's work which leads to strange new emotions.


The Drifting Post

There are around 500 letters delivered to “The Drifting Post”. All of them written by people who have lost an important person in the disaster and are still seeking to be healed. It is thought that writing these letters can ease people’s sorrow and help them to face their future. Directed by Kento Shimizu.


Time Capsule Project

In Japan, the fading memories of the Meiji, Taisho, Showa, and Heisei eras are at risk of being lost to time. To keep this historical flame alive, we are launching a project that aims to preserve these eras' records, memories, culture, and sentiments in documentary form, enhanced with cutting-edge technology like 3D VR, and pass them on to the Reiwa era. Directed by Kento Shimizu.