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Street Vision Operation
We manage the entire process from installation to airing of street vision.
Our services include
Business plan development, LED manufacturer selection, system design, advertising management, broadcast management, content production.
This landmark in Shinjuku is a composite outdoor digital signage system consisting of three large LED screens of 100 m2 each and a 52-meter-long text broadcasting vision. The area is also popular for being in the movie albert.
In addition to the impressive visuals made possible by the large screen, real-time information including broadcasts linked to social media, smartphones, and events, as well as live broadcasts is also provided captivating those passing by on the street on a daily basis.
Location：3-23-7, Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 7:00-25:00
Cross Shinjuku Vision
The street vision facing the Shinjuku Station East Exit Scramble Crossing is a one-minute walk from
The 3D Giant Cat, which has become an international sensation, is shown on the screen every day.
This has been trending on social media since its initial operation, and has been widely covered by mass media such as TV and news sites, making it a new landmark in Shinjuku. Those passing by can also see original collaboration videos of popular celebrities and animated characters with the 3D giant cat.
Location：3-23-18, Shinjuku, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 7:00-25:00
We also provide operational and consulting services for street vision, utilizing the knowledge we have accumulated through the operation of Yunika Vision and Cross Shinjuku Vision, as well as our partnerships with related companies and government agencies.
Fees / Broadcast plans
Yunika Vision transmits information that can attract the widely diverse groups of people who visit Shinjuku for various reasons. We are confident in our ability to transmit advertising in line with the requests of our clients, providing time slots for designated hours and days, as well as simultaneous slots at numerous other outdoor screens in Japan.
The reason for high advertisement effect
We maintain ideal conditions fordigital signage advertising.
In recent years, the digital signage market is gaining prominence within the
advertisement industry. Within this ever-growing market, YUNIKA VISION includes the best conditions to
generate the highest advertising effectiveness.
Its location is in Shinjuku, with the busiest train station and largest number of visitors in Japan. At Shinjuku Station's east exit, a multitude of people gather for various purposes, such as to shop, to eat, to sightsee, or to work. A vibrant commercial district lines along Yasukuni-dori and various JR lines travel across the O-guard railroad bridge. Facing these bustling thoroughfares, YUNIKA VISION naturally becomes a visual focal point for every passerby.
Because such diverse people gather in Shinjuku, broadcast content can be customized to the needs of our clients for maximum effect. For example, broadcast time can be focused on commuting hours targeting workers, or limited to the weekends and holidays targeting tourists.
Also, the high quality sound only made possible by YUNIKA VISION can be utilized to attract the attention of passersby, while the 3-panelled large-scale LED display can deliver more information, more advertising appeal to enable a highly effective advertisement.
Furthermore, by presenting locality-based visual content with higher entertainment properties or useful daily information such as weather forecasts, broadcasts can continually attract the attention of passersby. Through designing such eye-catching content, we aim to increase the advertising effectiveness of our clients.
Shinjuku Station, the world's busiest railway station serving approximately 3.29 million passengers per day!
Even within Tokyo's advanced transportation system including JR Lines and other private railroads,
Shinjuku Station handles the most passengers in the city. It was recognized in 2007 by the Guinness
World Records as the busiest station in the world with the most passengers passing through.
YUNIKA VISION content can also be viewed from the several JR Lines passing across the O-guard railroad bridge.
The traffic flow considered is wide-ranging, covering not only Shinjuku Station but also the Seibu-Shinjuku Station in front and Shinjuku 3-chome areas. The wide visual range of YUNIKA VISION makes it possible to deliver visual content to that many more people.
Male ratio is higher.
Commuters are prominent in the morning and the evening.
A large number of foreign tourists are observable.
Female ratio higher than on weekdays.
From 13:00 o’clock, of pedestrians in the twenties and thirties increase.
A large number of foreign tourists are observable.
Additidinal information on train passenger circulation
Shinjuku Station has the highest number of train passengers in Japan. It is a main hub for numerous train lines, with Japan Rail (JR) lines alone comprising the Yamanote, Chuo Main, Chuo, Sobu, Saikyo, Shonan Shinjuku, and Narita Express lines. Yunika Vision is clearly visible from inside the trains of these lines from the O-guard rail overpass. Furthermore, Yunika Vision is in a location that guarantees it will be seen from various busy spots, including the Seibu Shinjuku Station and the exits of Shinjuku San-chome Station.
|2-7-1 Nishiwaseda, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 169-0051
|August 13, 1971
|Motohiko Isozaki, President
|99 million yen
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how to access
- 3 minutes on foot from JR Shinjuku Station East Exit
- 1 minute walk from Shinjuku station frontal entrance of Seibu Shinjuku Line