Time to step outside the bounds of ordinary thinking and get going—to build a world where we can be ourselves.
TERRADA is with you.
HOW WE DO
TERRADA is now in motion as a Procultural Engine.
Along with our enthusiastic partners, we’re translating creativity into reality.
Our formula: IT×STORAGE + TENNOZ×CULTURE.
Our experience in warehousing has made us leaders in technology and expertise. We have integrated this with IT to bring you cloud warehousing, accessible anywhere, connecting people and things instantly.
TERRADA WINE STORAGE
The new dimension of wine storage in the cloud
This is a next generational wine cellar, integrating optimal wine storage with an online system to manage the customer’s stored wine collection via computer or smartphone. The minimum monthly storage fee is 90 yen (before tax) per 750 ml bottle.
MOVIE & AUDIO MEDIA STORAGE
The best storage environment for video and audio media
Valuable video and audio content captures our history.
We have created an ideal environment for storing various recorded media, which can otherwise be subject to damage.
Our storage system provides options for long-term storage and for the utilization of video content.
TERRADA ART ASSIST
Correspond to the diversifying global needs of art industry
We offer highly convenient services by constructing the system that can deal with tasks of transportation, exhibition, storage, packing and restoration of art domestically and overseas in one-stop.
minikura is a cloud-based storage service offering storage space by the box.
Available to anyone.
MINIKURA, “a service where everybody can have their own storage from any location,” has been providing its systems and functions to 20 companies and 30 services via API.
Tennoz Isle district, at the Tokyo Bay waterfront. With a boardwalk overlooking the canals, streets lined with artistic shops and facilities––it’s a cultural hotbed, constantly refreshed and evolving.
The Only Museum in Japan Specialized in Architectural Models
ARCHI-DEPOT Museum plans to be a museum where on can learn, enjoy, and be moved, by presenting an original experience to encounter architectural models.
PIGMENT LAB TOKYO
A laboratory for exploring “expression in color and matiere.” Private workshops can be organized.
PIGMENT (pronounced as in the French, pīgmōn) is simultaneously a laboratory for exploring “expression in color and matiere” as well as an academy, a museum, and a store combined into a comprehensive facility for creativity. Pigments, glues, brushes for calligraphy and painting – and the methods employed in creating with each. Our unique research and educational activities focus on combining the materials and techniques that give rise to expression itself.
TERRADA ART COMPLEX
Making Tennoz Isle into a hub of artistic culture.
Warehouse TERRADA brings together a diverse range of art forms to Tennoz Isle, making it a hotspot for the production of artistic culture. The current occupants include: TAC GALLERY SPACE; TERRADA ART ASSIST Co., Ltd; TAC ART STUDIO; as well as a campus for the “Artwork Restoration Course at Yokohama University of Art & Design – Tennoz Satellite.
We provide total area revival services, including everything from planning and design to operations
Since ancient times, people have developed cultures centered on waterways.
As land and air routes have taken over, beautiful townscapes blessed with water generate a sense of congeniality, and stimulate the creation of new culture.
- Company Name
- G Building Office
2-6-10 Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-0002 JAPAN
- Operation Office
T-Building 7F 2-2-28 Higashi-Shinagawa, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo 140-0002 JAPAN
President & CEO Kohei Terada
Director & CFO Takayuki Saito
Director & CTO Tetsuya Kaku
Director & Senior Managing Executive Officer Masahiro Akimoto
- The 27th Montblanc de la Culture Arts Patronage Award – Weahouse TERRADA
- German Design Award 2018 Excellent Communications Design Category (Interior Architecture) WINNER – PIGMENT
- “Best Campaign” in Code Award 2015 – minikura
- Good Design Award 2015 – minikura
* Alphabetical order