Good Smile Company New Offices
Tokyo Sky Tree East Tower next to its counterpart which is currently the tallest building in the world at 634 meters.
Love the font in the elevators ^^;
At the entrance of Good Smile Company which is shared with Max factory, Good Smile Racing, Phat and Culture Japan.
Damn, what am I saying?!
Lively entrance filled with congrats flowers.
Yes - Good Smile Company now make toilet paper too! Who wants some?
Now that is a cool idea - Ita bonnet in the office!
A planetarium below.
I've not been up the Tokyo Sky Tree yet - I hear the queues to get up are horrendous - and that is *after* reservations.
Something Miku in the office...
Time to go wandering around the offices. Good Smile take up the entire 17th floor. This is just one of the rooms where the sculpting goes on.
This is where all the painting goes on. Before, sculpting, painting and 3D modeling used to be in one room.
Meeting time and business card exchange. Business cards must be handed over in the appropriate manner. If you dont know how then learn. I've seen so many foreigners hand over their business card upside down which is very very bad manners and pretty much decides the outcome for the rest of the meeting. Learn meishi manners if you want to do business well with Japanese folks!
Today we are meeting about Mirai Nendoroid, the GSC website (which we make) and 5 million Facebook fans.
The views of Tokyo from here are gorgeous.
Can you recognize who drew this?
Gorgeous artwork by Huke-sensei.
Main office area.
Tokyo Sky Tree by night.
This is the Shacho Shitsu [社長室[しゃちょうしつ]] or "Big Boss Room."
Time to peek at the shelves belonging to the other staff members.
Do you display figures/dolls at work or school?
One of the web team members who I work with.
She likes everything pink!
This DOM belongs to the guy doing the project management for Mirai Nendoroid.
A sign of things to come...
Hmmmm. Whats that on the desk?!
Heading back to base.
We got anime ads on the trains.
Changing for the Mita line.
Arrival back at my local station Musashikoyama.
Time to look for some dinner.
This evenings dindins!