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Video Production Company Nagoya
Video Production Background Nagoya
Common Types of Video Production in Nagoya
- Corporate video productions
- Event video productions
- Films (feature length and shorts)
- Music videos
- TV commercials
- Social media video productions
- Youtube Video productions
- Product review videos
- Viral marketing advertisements
- Video interviews
- Tutorial Videos
Nagoya Video Production Locations
During the Edo Period, Nagoya developed as the castle town of the Owari, which was one of 3 branches of the Tokugawa family. Most of the city, with the inclusion of its historic buildings, was destroyed in the air raids of 1945 during World War II. Subsequently, the city reconstructed those historical buildings and built a number of impressive skyscrapers. These buildings include the JR Central Twin Towers and Midland Square which boasts the Sky Promenade observation deck. The sky view is located 247 meters high on the top 3 floors of this magnificent 46 story skyscraper. From this breathtaking viewpoint, you’ll be able to gaze over the entire cityscape featuring the JR Central Towers, Nagoya Port as well as the splendid Nagoya castle.
Nagoya Castle’s first iteration was built around the 17th century in the time of Tokugawa Ieyasu. However, like many buildings in Japan it was demolished to the ground during World War II. This version stands today having been rebuilt in 1959. You’ll also notice some of the famous features here that include rooftop statues of the shachi-hoko which is a creature believed to consist of the head of a tiger and the body of a fish.
A top landmark in Nagoya, the Nagoya TV Tower soars to a height of above 180 meters. You can film spectacular views of the city from the observation deck which stands 100 meters high. From there, you’ll be able to gaze out over the city of Nagoya and the neighboring Hisaya-odori Park. Additionally, the tower also happens to be the oldest of its kind in Japan having been built before the more well-known Tokyo Tower in the country’s capital city of Tokyo.
JR SCMAGLEV Railway Park houses a real maglev, also known as the fastest train in the world. If you’re looking to film a shoot that involves trains, then here is where you’ll find everything you need. Here you can take a walk through the history of train travel in Japan. The Railway Park also includes interactive exhibits that make this museum the perfect place to see Japan’s train development through the ages.
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Frequently Asked questions:
Do I need to apply for a visa or work permit?
– While some production can get by by obtaining tourist visas for incoming workers, our local fixers and producers can obtain the necessary visas.
Are shooting permits required?
– You’ll have to apply for shooting permission. Forms will need to be written in Japanese, which we facilitate.