CARP STREAMERS

TitleCARP STREAMERS
ClientAC JAPAN
Product / ServiceDISASTER SUPPORT
CategoryA16. Public Service, Charity & Fund Raising
Entrant21INCORPORATION Osaka, JAPAN
Entrant Company:21INCORPORATION Osaka, JAPAN
Advertising Agency:ADK JAPAN Tokyo, JAPAN
Production Company:21INCORPORATION Osaka, JAPAN

Brief Explanation

In Japan there is a traditional custom to put up carp streamers, carp shaped streamers made of papers or cloths in which a carp picture is drawn putting up on the pole and flying in the wind. In the past, many families fly the carp streamers outside their homes to wish for boy's social success from the end of April to May 5th. Now they are a symbol of the happiness and well-being of children, not only boys, but girls. After the great earthquake of March 11th, throughout Japan, many people put a lot of carp streamers with various messages representing people's wishes for the full recovery of Tohoku.

Credits

Name Position
None Chief Creative Officer
Satoru Oishi Creative Director
Satoru Oishi/Takako Okamoto Copywriter
Kazuhiro Imai Art Director
Yasutoshi Hosoike Agency Producer
None Account Supervisor
Kikuo Fukushima Advertiser's Supervisor
Joji Kato/Masahiro Furukawa Producer
Satoru Oishi Director
Masuyuki Ueshima/Hidekazu Furui Editor
Yuichi Enoki//Koki Tochio/Wataru Sato Sound Design/Arrangement
Media Plaza. Inc. Post Production
None Animation
None Cameraman
None Lighting
Le Temps Des Cerises Music
None Account Manager
Satoru Oishi/Manabu Haseda/Kazuhiro Imai/Takako Okamoto Planner
Junpei Hayakawa/Hiroyasu Takahashi/Masao Tanimoto Cinematographer
None Director Of Photography
Media Plaza. Inc. EditingCompany
Narrator: Kazue Fukiishi/Casting Director: Hidetou Abe Other Credits