Hit Co., Ltd. New large-scale advertising vision of 128 square meters along the Metropolitan Expressway! Large -scale network vision “NEXT21” linked with East Osaka

Hit Corporation
Established a large advertising vision of 128 square meters along the Metropolitan Expressway! Large-scale network vision “NEXT21” linked with East Osaka
-New vision officially launched in Nihonbashi Kayabacho, Tokyo from November 18, 2019-
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Along with the Metropolitan Expressway in Nihonbashi Kayabacho, Tokyo, a new large-scale advertising vision measuring 8.0m long × 16.0m wide was established.
The new vision is set up along the Tokyo Metropolitan Expressway down line, near Nihonbashi Kabutocho, a well-known financial city. Located at the traffic congestion point between Edobashi Junction and Hakozaki Junction, you can expect a high forced visual effect. The size of 128 square meters is one of the largest in the roadside vision operated by Hit.
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Hit Co., Ltd. (Head office: Chuo-ku, Tokyo, Representative Director: Yasuyuki Matsumaru, hereinafter “Hit”) specializing in outdoor advertising is 8.0m long and 16.0m wide along the Tokyo Metropolitan Expressway in Nihonbashi Kayabacho One new large-scale advertising vision has been established. It is the first time that Hit has established a large advertising vision since “Shinmi Hit Vision”, which has been in operation along Shin-midosuji, Osaka since September 2019.
The new vision was officially launched on November 18, 2019, and joined the large-scale network vision service “NEXT21” (Next Twenty One). “NEXT21” is a hit original that can simultaneously broadcast ads with 23 large-scale visions, including 19 large-scale advertising visions installed along the Tokyo Metropolitan Expressway and 4 screens along Osaka and Shinmidosuji (21 screens guaranteed). [Image 2

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Nihonbashi Kayabacho Vision
■ High vision effect of high vision
The new vision is set up along the Tokyo Metropolitan Expressway down line, near Nihonbashi Kabutocho, a well-known financial city. Located at the traffic congestion point between Edobashi Junction and Hakozaki Junction, you can expect a high forced visual effect. The size of 128 square meters is one of the largest in the roadside vision operated by Hit.
■ Features of “NEXT21”
NEXT21, a large-scale network vision service developed by hits, is an advertising service that can deliver 6-second advertising videos to large LED visions installed along the Metropolitan Expressway and Osaka / Shin Midosuji. Large-scale advertising development for drivers at the same time in Tokyo and Osaka is possible. The simultaneous broadcasting of 19 advertisements along the Metropolitan Expressway is a service that only hits can provide. In addition, large-scale advertising vision 4 continuous broadcasting that can be carried out in Shin Midosuji, Osaka is the first service on the roadside in Japan. [Image 3

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Metropolitan Expressway Media Location
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Shin Midosuji Media Location
■ Advertising effect of “NEXT21”
The number of people passing the large advertising vision of “NEXT21” per day is about 3.28 million. Estimated number of people who posted advertisements for 2 weeks using “NEXT21” will reach 34.95 million people.
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* DEC (daily effective circulation) means the daily effective traffic volume, that is, the number of people per day passing in front of outdoor advertising materials.
■ Company Profile
Trade name: Hit Corporation
Representative: Representative Director Masayuki Matsumaru
Location: GINZA7 Building, 7-14-14 Ginza, Chuo-ku, Tokyo 104-0061, Japan Established: February 1991
Business description: Handling of outdoor advertising
Capital: 29.5 million yen
URL: http://www.hit-ad.co.jp/



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