Aerial footage of Japanese landscapes (cultural properties designated or registered at the national, prefectural, and city level) is being displayed in HD 4K on a giant screen in Haneda Airport’s International Terminal departure gates area, sending off travelers departing Japan from Haneda Airport with creative imagery of its most memorable scenery.
Haneda Airport “PEACE NIPPON PROJECT” Exhibition Summary
■Artwork: “PEACE NIPPON”
■Theme: PEACE NIPPON PROJECT
This collaboration with the “PEACE NIPPON” 2018 film series directed by NAKANO Hiroyuki, which seeks to create opportunities to fall in love with Japan, displays the 21 films of the “PEACE NIPPON PROJECT”, aerial footage of Japanese landscapes (cultural properties designated or registered at the national, prefectural, and city level) in HD 4K on a 19-m screen in Haneda Airport’s International Terminal departure gates area. It dynamically exhibits the creativity and sensitivity of Japan’s most memorable scenery.
■Artist: NAKANO Hiroyuki
Born in Fukuyama, Hiroshima Prefecture, in 1958 and graduated from Waseda University, NAKANO is a film creator and director who first worked at a TV station and then established the music video production company Tyrell Corporation. After producing numerous music videos for Japanese and non-Japanese artists alike, he set up PEACEDELIC in 1993 and in 1998 released his first full-length movie, “SF Samurai Fiction”, which won the Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival Grand Prix, Sports Nippon Grand Prix Newcomer Award, and more. In 2006, he won the Cannes International Film Festival International Critics’ Week Young Critics’ Award for his short film “Iron”. He released the film “TAJOMARU” in 2009 and, in 2014, won the 1st Kodomo International Film Festival in Okinawa Grand Prix for his documentary “FLYING BODIES” on the performance of Aomori University Men’s Rhythmic Gymnastics Team, planned by MIYAKE Issey.
As a music video pioneer, he filmed, edited, and directed “FOOL COOL ROCK! ONE OK ROCK DOCUMENTARY FILM” in eight countries. He is currently working on his “PEACE NIPPON PROJECT”, which he launched to document Japan after the Great East Japan Earthquake for the future.
■Production: david watts inc. / MJUTEK.JP’s TAKEKAWA Junichi
Haneda Airport Exhibition Details
- Date & Time
- Monday, January ６ to Thursday, January 23, the second year of Reiwa (2020)
This exhibit is currently not on display, but we plan to relaunch the exhibit in the future.
- Haneda Airport (Ota Ward, Tokyo) International Terminal departure gates
*This piece is visible only to passengers departing Japan on international flights.
- NAKANO Yoshinori
- david watts inc. / MJUTEK.JP’s TAKEKAWA Junichi
- Tokyo International Air Terminal Corporation
- Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan
“Japanese cultural media arts dissemination initiative in airports and other institutions”