“Digitally Natural – Naturally Digital” at Miraikan


Miraikan (The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation) located in Odaiba, Tokyo, renovated its exhibition space in November 2019 and it is called “Digitally Natural – Naturally Digital” directed by Yoichi Ochiai.

Digitally Natural – Naturally Digital” questions the audience:
In the future, when we are unable to distinguish between the real world and the simulated world, what will be our view of nature and the world, and what questions will we come across?

TASKO worked on the production, mechanical and system engineering and design for almost half of the exhibits.

*There is an exhibition “Mission Survival: 10 Billion” on the 5th floor, in which TASKO also took part. Do check it out as well!

【Exhibition Details】*Please visit the official website for more details.
Address: 2-3-6, Aomi, Koutou-Ward, Tokyo.
Location: Miraikan – The National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation 3F “Create your future”
TEL: 03-3570-9151 (Representative)
Exhibition Period: 14th Nov. 2019 onwards
Opening Hours:10:00~17:00 ※Last ticket purchase is 30 minutes before the closing time
Closed:Tuesdays *New Year Holidays from 28th Dec. ~ 1st Jan.
Entry Fees: Adult: 630JPY Child: 210JPY  *Permanent Exhibition Fees
The official website: https://www.miraikan.jst.go.jp/en/exhibition/future/innovation/digitallynatural.html

TD・Mechanical Design・Engineering:KIMURA(TASKO Inc. Engineering Production Dep.)
PM・Mechanical Design・Engineering:Masaki Sato(TASKO Inc. Engineering Production Dep.)
Mechanical Design・Engineering:Kayo Watanabe(TASKO Inc. Engineering Production Dep.)
PM Assistant・Engineering:Wang Jingyi (TASKO Inc. Engineering Production Dep.)
System Design・Mechanical Design・Engineering:Kei Narita(TASKO Inc. Engineering Production Dep.)
System Design・Engineering:Ryota Okiyama(TASKO Inc. Engineering Production Dep.)
Sound・Mechanical Design・Engineering:Tatsuo Hayashi(TASKO Inc. Engineering Production Dep.)
System Design・Computer Programming・Engineering:Yosuke Oda(TASKO Inc. Web & Graphic Design Dep.)
Video・Mechanical Engineering:Kohei Kudo(TASKO Inc. Engineering Production Dep.)
Image Analysis:Kenta Suzuki(TASKO Inc. Engineering Production Dep.)
Mechanical Engineering:Ryoichi Sakata, Naoto Ooi, Soma Nagahara, Ryo Inomata(TASKO Inc. Engineering Production Dep.)
Engineering:Naoki Taichi(TASKO Inc. Producing Dep.), Kentaro Takagi, Jiro Nagase, Junpei Umekawa(TASKO Inc. Engineering Production Dep.)

System Design・Computer Programming・Engineering:Kanta Horio(Ponoor Experiments Inc.), Kazuki Saita(Kinoshita Laboratory)
Computer Programming・Engineering:Taiki Nimi
System Implementation・Engineering:Yusuke Ide
Design・Engineering:Shunichi Yamamoto
CAD Operator・Daruma Design:Takuma Sakagawa(riversault)
3D Design: Naoki Kawamoto(N&R foldings japan)
Mechanical Engineering:Masayuki Miyaji
MIDI data:Takuro Saito(Yasei Collective)

Product Promotion of Roland DG VersaUV LEC2-300


Roland DG UV-LED Printer’s LEC Series released a new product “VersaUV LEC2-300” and we worked on the website, leaflets, posters, and demo-output design for its global product campaign.

To convey the best of LEC2-300, we were involved in the project from the planning.

We created a demo-output design with intricate details with its unique features of the UV printing, the gloss and 3-dimensional quality to promote the best of the product.

Do check out the product page: VersaUV LEC2-300

Client: Roland DG Corporation

The official website of Otamatone


TASKO’s Web & Graphic Design Department designed and created the official website of Otamatone.
It has been 10 years since the first Otamatone was released, and here you can find everything about Otamatone. In “LINE UP” you can see all versions of Otamatone, and in “PICK UP MOVIE”, you can watch the YouTube videos of people playing the Otamatone.
A lively design was based on the light blue which is the theme color of the Otamatone.

The official website ▷ https://otamatone.jp/en/

Client: CUBE Co., Ltd.

Gas Science Museum Renovation


Gas Science Museum is an exhibition museum by TOKYO GAS Co., Ltd. in Toyosu, Tokyo.
TASKO’s Engineering Production Department took part in their renovation of the space.

The museum introduces the characteristics of different energies including gas, and how they affect our life and the society.
More than half of the contents were updated in this renovation, and TASKO worked on the engineering design of many of the systems and mechanical parts.

It is a free-entry exhibition, so please do check it out if you are visiting the Toyosu area.

【Exhibition Details】
Address: Postcode 135-0061, 6-1-1 Toyosu, Edogawa-ward, Tokyo
Duration: Permanent Exhibition
Time: 9:30~17:00 (Last entry before 16:30)
Closed: Mondays (If Monday is a public holiday, the subsequent day will be closed.)

URL: https://www.gas-kagakukan.com
TEL: 03-3534-1111 (9:30~17:00)
Entrance: Free

Client: TOKYO GAS Co., Ltd.
Agency: HAKUHODO Inc.
Production: Sony PCL Inc.

●TD, System Design/Implementation, Mechanism Design/Engineering Production: Ryota Okiyama(TASKO Inc. Engineering Production Dep.)
●System Design/Implementation, Mechanism Design/Engineering Production: Kei Narita(TASKO Inc. Engineering Production Dep.)
●Mechanism Design/Engineering Production: Kohei Kudo(TASKO Inc. Engineering Production Dep.)
●Mechanism Design/Production: Shunichi Yamamoto
●Programming/Construction: Nimi Taiki
●Production: Ryoichi Sakata, Ryo Inomata, Naoto Ooi(TASKO Inc. Engineering Production Dep.)