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Video Production Company Tokyo
Video Production Background Tokyo
Common Types of Video Production in Tokyo
- 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
Tokyo Video Production Locations
Tokyo’s skyline is one of the most impressive and expansive in the world. This modern hub epitomizes ‘big city lights and large crowds’. There are a plethora of skyscrapers and bustling districts that have featured in critically acclaimed movies. A host of respected and admired Japanese auteurs have created cinematic masterpieces to infatuate audiences with Tokyo. Movies such as Tokyo Godfathers, Tokyo Sonata, Cherry Blossoms, Tokyo! and Soffia Coppola’s Lost in Translation. The Hyatt Regency Hotel was featured prominently in Lost In Translation. The tallest structure in Japan is the Tokyo Skytree standing at 634 meters tall, which is located on the east side of Tokyo. Other noteworthy buildings include Tokyo Tower, Midtown Tower and Toranomon Hills.
Tokyo Station and Marunouchi District
The Tokyo Station is the entrance and gateway to Tokyo for many, however it is also a flourishing urban center. The Marunouchi District is located between the north of the station and the Imperial Palace. Here you’ll find wonderful art galleries, museums as well as a host of dining and shopping options. Many of the top hotels are also situated in this happening district. Furthermore, some of Japan’s most prestigious companies fill the area giving off vibes reminiscent of Manhattan.
Tokyo Imperial Palace Park
The Tokyo Imperial Palace Park is a huge stretch of green that lies slap bang in the middle of the city. While you cannot enter the palace except by booking a tour on specific days of the year, beautiful parks, museums and shrines surround the palace. You can capture the palace’s beauty from a distance usually by the gorgeous moats. The park is beautiful through all seasons, although the Cherry Blossom season spectacularly highlights its natural beauty.
Shibuya Shopping District
Shibuya is the image that comes to the minds of most when they picture Tokyo. The Shibuya Crossing is a famous intersection in an area that is one of, if not the central hub of Tokyo. Many scenes from the movie ‘Lost in Translation’ were filmed in this frenzied shopping district. Department stores, restaurants and bars litter Shibuya with scurrying crowds making this area the perfect place to capture Tokyo’s bustling city life.
Filming Equipment and Post-Production Availability
Filming Crew, Skills and Availability
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.