Now being held Produced by Ichibata, “Iwasaki Castle Tower Projection Mapping” is being held. The first ev er projection mapping at Iwasaki Castle, the symbol of Nisshin City in Aichi Prefecture and the stage of the battle betw een Komaki and Nagakut

Ichiban Co., Ltd. Hitohata, Inc.
[Now being held] Produced by Ichibata, “Iwasaki Castle Tower Projection Mapping” is being held. The first ever projection mapping at Iwasaki Castle, the symbol of Nisshin City in Aichi Prefecture and the stage of the battle between Komaki and Nagakute. Released official photos.
Digital animation of folding screen paintings depicting the Battle of Komaki and Nagakute on the majestic Iwasaki Castle tower, and the Tokugawa Art Museum’s “Battle of Sekigahara folding screen” depicting Iwasaki Castle lord Kansuke Niwa are dynamic images that sublimate history and culture. projected.

“Iwasaki Castle Tower Projection Mapping” produced by Ichiban Co., Ltd. (Representative Director: Takeaki Higashiyama) will be held at Iwasaki Castle (Nisshin City, Aichi Prefecture) from November 18th (Friday) to November 20th (Sunday), 2022. It’s inside. (Organizer: Nisshin Tourism Town Development Association Co-sponsored by: Nisshin City, Nisshin City Board of Education, Nisshin City Chamber of Commerce)
This event features digital animation of folding screen paintings depicting the battle between Komaki and Nagakute on the castle tower of Iwasaki Castle, which is the symbol of Nisshin City and was the stage of the battle between Komaki and Nagakute during the Sengoku period. Projection mapping images of dynamic digital art content that sublimate the historical and cultural motifs of Nisshin City, such as the “Battle of Sekigahara Folding Screen” owned by the Tokugawa Art Museum, which Nisshin City is proud of, and the “Yonenogi Mibatou Festival” that Nisshin City is proud of. increase. Official photos have been released for the event.
Admission is free, and no pre-registration is required.
This is the first ever projection mapping at the majestic appearance of the Iwasaki Castle tower. Please enjoy the collaboration of historical heritage and digital technology that conveys the atmosphere of the Warring States period.
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Overview of the event
[Name] Iwasaki Castle Tower Projection Mapping
[Date and Time] November 18th (Friday) to 20th (Sunday), 2022 17:30-21:00 *Approximately 7 minutes of content will be continuously projected with an approximately 3-minute intermission.
*You can see the same video no matter what time of day you visit. *Projection may be temporarily suspended or canceled in case of rain. [Venue] Iwasaki Castle Ruins Park (67 Iwasakicho Market, Nisshin City, Aichi Prefecture)
*You cannot use the south side entrance of Iwasaki Castle Ruins Park on the day of the event.
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(Public transport)
・From Nagoya Municipal Subway Tsurumai Line/Meitetsu Toyota Line “Akaike Station”, get off at Meitetsu Bus Nisshin Chuo Line “Iwasaki Mitakeguchi” and walk about 5 minutes.
・From Nagoya Municipal Subway Higashiyama Line “Hoshigaoka Station”, take the Meitetsu Bus bound for “Toyota Hakubutsukan-mae” or “Goshikien” and get off at “Iwasaki Mitake-guchi” and walk for about 5 minutes.
・Kururin Bus (Nisshin City Loop Bus) Approximately 5 minutes on foot from “Rokubo” on the Iwasaki Line, Approximately 5 minutes on foot from “Hokubu Fukushi Kaikan” No service.
(car)
・(From Nagoya City) From Nagoya Expressway “Takabari IC”, go north on Route 302 for about 5 minutes, turn right at “Takabaribashi Higashi” intersection, go east on Prefectural Route 217 for about 15 minutes, and turn left at “Iwasaki” intersection. , Immediately turn right at the “Iwasaki Johoku” intersection
・(From Owari/Gifu) From Tomei Expressway “Nagoya IC”/Higashi-Meihan Expressway “Hongo IC”, go south on Prefectural Route 57 for about 10 minutes.
・(From Mikawa/Toyota) Take Prefectural Route 233 south from Nagoya Seto Road “Nagakute IC” for about 10 minutes.
~About the parking lot~
The Iwasaki Castle Ruins Park parking lot is open for bicycle parking and cannot be used. (Available only for people with disabilities, etc.)
(Nearby parking lot)
1. Iwasaki Community Center (45 Otsuka, Iwasakicho, Nisshin City, about 300m to the venue, 68 cars)
2. Hokubu Fukushi Kaikan (1034 Iwasaki-cho, Nisshin-shi, about 300m to the venue, 46 vehicles *Available only after 18:00 on Saturdays and Sundays)
3. Iwasaki Multi-Purpose Square (5-1 Shinmei, Iwasaki-cho,
Nisshin-shi, about 850m to the venue, about 65 cars *Unpaved) 4. Takenoyama Kaikan parking lot (503 Takenoyama 4-chome, Nisshin City, about 1 km to the venue, 67 cars)
5. Northern nursery school parking lot (4-504 Takenoyama, Nisshin City, about 1 km to the venue, 25 cars)
6. Welfare center parking lot for the disabled (301 Takenoyama 4-chome, Nisshin City, about 1.1 km to the venue, 30 cars)
*Please check the official website of the Tourism Association, “Guru Guru NISSHIN” (https://glglnisshin.jp/) for detailed information, as the parking lot hours vary.
*If all parking lots are full, we may direct you to a temporary parking lot. Please contact the person in charge of each parking lot directly about the parking lot availability on the day.
(bicycle)
・On the day of the event, the Iwasaki Castle Ruins Park parking lot and the east side space of the Iwasaki Community Center will be open for bicycle parking.
・If the parking lot is full, we may refuse to park your bicycle. [Contents] The castle tower of Iwasaki Castle, the symbol of Nisshin City and the stage of the battle between Komaki and Nagakute during the Warring States period, features a digital animation of the folding screen paintings depicting the battle between Komaki and Nagakute, as well as Kansuke Niwa, the lord of Iwasaki Castle. Projection mapping images of dynamic digital art content that sublimate the historical and cultural motifs of Nisshin City, such as the “Battle of Sekigahara Folding Screen” owned by the Tokugawa Art Museum, and the Nisshin City’s proud “Yonenogi Mibatou Festival” will be projected. . [Price] Viewing is free, no advance reservation required
[Requests to visitors]
・When visiting, please wear a mask at all times and cooperate with cough etiquette.
・Please keep your distance from other people as much as possible. ・If you are not feeling well due to a fever, etc., if you have been diagnosed with a new coronavirus infection, if you have been in close contact with us, or if you are in the quarantine period after returning to or entering Japan, please refrain from visiting. [Organizer] Nisshin Tourism and Community Development Association [Co-sponsored] Nisshin City, Nisshin City Board of Education, Nisshin City Chamber of Commerce and Industry
[Planning and production] Ichiban Co., Ltd.
[Event latest information] Ichiban Co., Ltd. https://www.hitohata.jp/ -Related event-
[Name] Iwasaki Castle Digital Illumination
[Date and Time] Tuesday, November 1, 2022 to Sunday, December 25, 17:30-20:30 [Venue] Iwasaki Castle Ruins Park (67 Iwasakicho Market, Nisshin City, Aichi Prefecture)
[Details] This is a light-up event that colors Iwasaki Castle with lights that change in various colors.
[Price] Free, no advance reservation required
[Organizer] Nisshin Tourism and Community Development Association [Co-sponsored] Nisshin City, Nisshin City Board of Education, Nisshin City Chamber of Commerce and Industry
[Planning and production] Ichiban Co., Ltd.
About Iwasaki Castle
Iwasaki Castle is a flat mountain castle in the early Sengoku period. It was built by Oda Nobuhide, the father of Nobunaga, around the Kyouroku era (1528-1531). It is said that Ujikiyo Niwa moved from Hongo Castle around 1600, and was transferred to Iho Mikawa (Homi-cho, Toyota City) in 1600 as a feudal lord of 10,000 koku. He has lived in the castle for four generations.
During the Battle of Komaki and Nagakute in 1584 (Tensho 12), more than 300 people, including Ujishige Niwa, who was the castle keeper, were killed in the battle to prevent Tsuneoki Ikeda’s corps on the Toyotomi side, which was aiming to disturb the rear of the Oda and Tokugawa allied forces. It is said that this led the Oda and Tokugawa forces to victory.
You can overlook the city of Nisshin from the splendid castle tower, which was rebuilt as an observation tower in 1987 and has beautiful five-layered white walls. In addition, there is a history memorial hall next to it that displays the history and culture of Nisshin City, including the materials of Iwasaki Castle, and various events are held.
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Ichiban Co., Ltd. Company Profile
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Ichifla Co., Ltd. is a digital communication company based in Nagoya. We provide digital content such as projection mapping mapping, VR/AR, installations, and promotional videos, as well as communication strategies such as public relations (PR), events, campaigns, and branding to create a future that enriches the mind and goes beyond imagination. Aim for
[Company name] Ichiban Co., Ltd. (English notation HITOHATA, INC.) [Representative Director] Takeaki Higashiyama
[Established] July 1, 2019
[Capital] 30 million yen
【location】
(Head Office)
〒451-0042 Nagoya Campus 3F 3-10, 2-14-1 Nagano, Nishi-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture
(Creative Studio)
SK BUILDING-501 A901, 3-5-1 Izumi, Higashi-ku, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture 461-0001
(Tokyo Office)
17F Shibuya Fukuras, 1-2-3 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0043 [Business description]
Digital content business (projection mapping, installation, VR/AR, metaverse, promotional video)
Digital communication business (PR, events, campaigns, branding) [Website] https://www.hitohata.jp/
[Youtube] https://www.youtube.com/c/HITOHATAINC/
Details about this release:
https://prtimes.jp/main/html/rd/p/000000123.000046440.html


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