Set in the magnificent scenery that Japan boasts "Fuji", more than 20 flight formation of drone, live performance of the shamisen, and 16,500 MIDI controlled LEDs A perfect live performance where the light designs space at once.

We blended our proprietary LEDs into a lightweight special drone. Furthermore, DMX 512 can be installed, and the LED light matching the drone movement and the sound of the shamisen is managed and controlled in a series.

Creative Director: Takeshi Takagi
Director: Osamu Shinkawa
Director of Photography: Satoshi Kaneko
Drone photography: Daisuke Oki
Music: Nagayama studies / Masakazu Uehata
Performance: Tsugaru Shamisen Oyama society
Production company: FPI, Inc.
Produced by: MircoAd, Inc.

SONY α 7 S II × 4
SONY α 7 R II × 1
DJI Inspire 1 Pro × 1

Beautiful backdrop of the world heritage site Mt. Fuji was used to stage the first Live performance using MIDI controlled LED flying machines, accompanied by Shamisens, the Japanese traditional guitars.

This was done so by utilizing more than 20 units of these flying machines, flight swarming formations, music, and 16,500 LED lights to combine into a single audio visual extravaganza., We are able to control the flying machines, visual and audio aspects concurrently , using the DMX 512.

Creative Director by TSUYOSHI TAKASHIRO
Film Director by SHU SHINKAWA
Director of Photography by KANEKO SATOSHI
Flying Videography by DISUKE OHKI
Music by Tsukagaru-Shamisen, OYAMA-KAI
Production Company by FPI, Inc.
Produced by MicroAd, Inc.

SONY α 7 S II × 4
SONY α 7 R II × 1
DJI Inspire 1 Pro × 1

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  1. damn.. just 10years ago i was a boy and playing in sandyard and never could imagen the tecs of nowadays..)) we r fast as never

  2. WOW…AMAZING!!! So magical and beautiful, I love the location, music and the drones….very creative. I love the Japanese guitars

  3. zenzen kansin sinaine! shamisenka? nande shamisenkane? doroonto tsuriawanaine.
    soreni fujisanto karamete nanika aruyoona moiwakuwo kanjisaseru tsumori easiiga koremo yahari sippaida. nihonteki yatato damasiika? furuinee. yameta hooga yoito omouga dooka? Nipponga hokoru fujisan? naniga zekkeika? zenzen konaiyo. koremo yamero. kamikazewo yobimodosukika? bakageta kangaewa yamero. itumade kakoni sibararetewa nihonni miraiwa naine. moo–hontoni unzarisuruyona.

  4. Amazing show and music! but it's not a tranditional quitar, it should be called as a traditional banjo. The Japanese shamisen originated from the Chinese instrument sanxian (Chinese: 三弦). The sanxian was introduced through the Ryukyu Kingdom (today's Okinawa) in the 16th century, where it developed into the Okinawan instrument sanshin (三線) from which the shamisen (三味線) ultimately derived from. All these varieties of three-stringed instruments are equally beautiful from the far-east.

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