Joined the management of Warehouse TERRADA in 2010. Based on its major preserving/safekeeping business, has strived to go beyond simply keeping objects secure to focus on preserving all types of value for posterity. Developed a succession of innovative businesses such as PIGMENT, a traditional art materials lab, the ARCHI-DEPOT Museum for storing and exhibiting architectural models, and others. Has recently focused on reviving the Tennoz area launching an open market of fresh and prepared foods and selected merchandise on a regular basis. Is proactive in taking on new business, utilizing Warehouse TERRADA’s space and logistics infrastructure.
Joined Warehouse TERRADA in 2000 and engaged in various projects to entertain people with waterfront and art in Tennoz, including TodaysArt JAPAN (2014), an international media art festival, the Tennoz Canal Festival, a quarterly event series, as well as the ARCHI-DEPOT Museum. Has also worked toward the revitalization of Warehouse TERRADA and Tennoz Isle and to communicate the appeal of Tennoz Isle at home and abroad. To further enhance these activities, has collaborated and cooperated with government ministries, the city of Tokyo, Shinagawa Ward, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology, and local communities.
Joined Warehouse TERRADA in 1998 and was engaged in warehouse operations for seven years. After working in sales, was put in charge of planning, and in 2012 launched "minikura," a cloud storage service enabling users to store items and manage them online. In 2013, developed an API for the warehouse system, and working with a variety of companies to create new businesses. Has supported six start-up companies looking for storage and logistics solutions, serving as an outside director at three of them.
Joined Warehouse TERRADA in 2015. An expert in human resources with twenty years of career with public office and private companies. Established Desire Co., Ltd. in 2017, marking the launch of an HR-related consulting business. Key concepts include “Full-life HR” and “HR as part of corporate management.”
Joined Warehouse TERRADA in 2016 after a career of project planning, business development, and sales in mass markets. Has restructured the business strategy in niche market as a manager of two services, advancing a complete revamp of the company's products and services, organizational restructuring and an operational reform.
Born in 1952 in Hokkaido. After graduating from university and working for an architecture firm, moved to Barcelona in 1978 and began a survey to conduct actual measurements of architectures designed by Gaudí, and to date has continued to produce drawings of Gaudi’s major works based on those surveys. Has introduced and exhibited his drawings and publications in various countries, including at the Hiroya Tanaka Drawing Exhibition (2015) hosted by the Association of Architects and Engineers in Barcelona. These achievements were highly acclaimed in Spain, and were honored with a Barcelona Japan Consul General Public Officer Award (2015), a Gaudi GRESOL Award (2016) and ACADEMIA PRIZE (2018).
Joined Warehouse TERRADA in 2012 after a career in sales and marketing for a fashion apparel company. Has participated in minikura (a cloud storage service enabling users to access personal storage anytime, anywhere) since its start-up. Also joined the storage system API development project in 2013, and with various companies both internal and external, launched a number of innovative services closely related to everyday lives. Also supports six start-up companies looking for storage and logistics solutions.
Joined Warehouse TERRADA as a new graduate in 2014. Was assigned to the Real Estate Group and worked as a liaison for tenants and a sales staff for leasing until July 2017. Since August 2017, has been engaged in sales and new business development with the Art Team to offer total service solutions including transportation, restoration, and exhibition setup for the existing art storage business. Is also involved in promoting collaboration between business and academia, and in the branding business for art at Warehouse TERRADA and Tennoz.
Born in 1987. Since the graduation from Musashino Art University, Department of Art Policy and Management, has started a career as an art mediator, utilizing various media in order to link people, artworks and experiences in a better way. Also worked for a special art program on Fuji TV as a casting coordinator, other regional art projects such as “Toshima Art Station Koso,” art festivals such as “KENPOKU ART 2016” and “Roppongi Art Night 2017,” and others. Since 2015, has been engaged in Warehouse TERRADA’s art business as an external art coordinator.