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SUPER STUDIO INC.
Japan's First and World's First Production Works
Super Studio produced prototype, epoch-making projects which were first in Japan or first in the world.
Shopping Center gTsukashinh (1985), first shopping center in Japan
   
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Japan-USSR Joint Venture Moscow Redevelopment Project (1987) under the perestroika process.
  Super Studio represented the Japanese participants in the USSR initiative attracting investment from the non-Communist block.
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gYurakucho Seibu Department Storeh (1983), Japanfs first department store with an international flavor. Super Studio prepared its project plan.
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hSaison Counter,h Japanfs first general counter connecting sales and services. Super Studio created its plan and established it.

  First introduced at Yurakucho Seibu and Tsukuba Seibu, and spread to all other Seibu Department Stores.
The counter connecting all businesses and services of the Saison Group interactively served to meet customer needs and consumption behavior. At Yurakucho Seibu alone, one third of its turnover was obtained through services at the counter.
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Seiyu Nokendai Store, first store using mechanical-electronic devices (1983). Super Studio created the project plan. The Nikkei Grand Prix was awarded to the project.
   
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gPort Island II Phase,h and gRokko Islandh (1977) Urban Development to be carried out by inviting overseas Chinese entrepreneurs for the first time in Japan Super Studio prepared project plans.
gKobe Port Redevelopmenth by inviting overseas Chinese entrepreneurs to port operation for the first time in Japan (1996) Super Studio prepared the project plan.
gSpecial Economic Zone,h Japanfs first zone development in Kobe (1995) Super Studio conceptualized the plan and negotiated with interested parties.

gWAVE,h Japanfs first commercial complex focused on music (1983) Super Studio created its project plan.

gYellow Magic Orchestra (Y.M.O.),h the first synthesizer music group in Japan (1980) Super Studio prepared the strategy for the gWorld f80h to promote Y.M.O. to the world, and the concept for its sound and stage art for its overseas activities.
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gVISIC Albumh (Alpha Record), the first music album in Japan to be enjoyed by glistening with eyes, and looking at with earsh
 

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Each graphic work accompanies a music piece. The album contains 10 graphics and ten music pieces. Suzuki of Super Studio was involved in the image productions.
Visual production by Koji Suzuki, Joint with Chris Mosdel, a lyric writer for David Bowie.

Sound production: Masayoshi Takenaka, Kazuhito Kato, Makoto Ayukawa, Sandi, Makoto Kubota, Yutaka Imai
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gStudio ALTA,hwith Japan's largest electronic display terminal on the wall (Commissioned by Niko inc., 1983)
   
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The first music magazine published by Studio ALTA, and the corporate identity (CI) of gSwitchh a new style shop (1983)
   
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gSony Jumbotron,h the largest interactive electronic display device in the world. (Tsukuba Expo in 1985) Super Studio prepared its plan and management concept.
   
gInteractive Gameh using a touch panel, produced first in Japan. It was awarded the Nikkei Grand Prix 1983.
  Suzuki of Super Studio produced this system. Sound: Kenji Omori + Y.M.O. Production: Pioneer, Toshiba and Sony
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gElectronic Bulletin Board,h Japanfs first display device which later led to the development of gPrint Clubh Introduced to Seibu Department Store Tokorozawa Shop (1986).
Mazda gEunos Project,h the first Auto Mall in Japan (1988) Super Studio prepared the project plan and put it into action.
   
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gCharacter creationh for French animation gAtonh jointly with Koji Nanke Produced by Pierott Co. Ltd., and directed by Shusuke Kaneko
Expo Tsukuba f85 Super Studio prepared a plan for the government pavilion. (Commissioned by Government of Japan, Dentsu Inc.)
Creating a new business plan for Nippon Steel Corp. to diversify its business, and producing a redevelopment project on the former Kamaishi plant site.
Creating a new business plan for Kobe Steel Corp. to diversify its business, and producing a redevelopment project on the former Akaishi plant site.
   
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Creating the plan to develop gFuchu Intelligent Parkh for Japan Steel Works Ltd. to diversify its business
   
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Creating a general plan for Central Japan Railway Co., at the occasion of its listing in the Tokyo Stock Exchange
Toyota Auto Mall Super Studio produced its Project Plan together with Toyota Auto Mall Create Pte. Ltd.
   
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Toyota Motor Sales Shops (Corolla Kanagawa, Corolla Yokohama)

Super Studio planned and promoted the sales of motorcars together with other articles by major retailers taking advantage of Toyota dealersf reform in operation model.
Planning to promote the introduction of Toyota Auto Malls in major retailing stores, such as Aeon Group, Ito-Yokado of Seven and I Group.
gJapan Animation Centerh in Akihabara Super Studio prepared the draft plan for this.
Sony experimental shop to link the Sony Group (Tsukuba Seibu) Super Studio created the project plan.
Joint shops of major beverage makers iAsahi Soft Drinks Co. Ltd., Coca Cola Japan Co. Ltd., Nestle Groupj, retailers and automobile makers Super Studio prepared plans.
Post-earthquake rehabilitation plan for Kobe Proposal for making investment in Japan in October 1995
Advocating and approaching potential investors to make investments in Japan at the 1st WTO minister conference as a member of the Japanese delegation (1996)
Participating in the 4th and 5th World Chinese Entrepreneurs Convention (Vancouver 1997, Melbourne 1999)@
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