Photo Exhibition Launch Party

10 years ago by in Japan Archives


We had an awesome response from Tokyo.JapanTimes readers from all over the world for our Photo Competition with over 500 submissions.

Although the competition has come to an end, we are only just getting started!

We will be holding a photo exhibition to showcase 30 of the very best submissions to our site, and what better way to launch the exhibition than to hold a party. Join us!


For those of you currently in Tokyo here are the details:

Photo Exhibition launch party
Date: July 2nd
Time: 7PM – 11pm
Costs: FREE
Location: Heartland in Roppongi Hills

A special line-up of DJs

DJ Byron BayB

Yasuka Aizawa, the official race queen of D1 Goodyear Team, will spin the discs of house music.

Hans Raj Verma, The Belgian mix meister who has performed in Belgium, Italy, Tokyo’s Orbient, Club Ever, XEX Daikanyama, Curtain Call and is a regular at Velours


Visit our events page – here


3 categories: People, Street and Nature in Japan

The selection:
30 of the very best photos that impresses our judges will go on to win some of the wonderful prizes kindly given to us by our sponsors Heartland, Cerevo, and Fujifilm

Our Judges:

Joseph Tame – The digital media extraordinaire.
Yasumasa Yonehara – The guy who takes insanely sexy photos of cute girls.
Edan Corkill – The guy who really knows his art.

The prizes:

From Heartland:
1 Gold Prize – Dinner for 2 at Chateaux Restaurant Joel Robuchon (anything from the menu up to ¥30,000 yen)
5 Silver Prize – 2 Pizza La coupons (each coupon has a value of ¥2,500 yen)
6 Bronze Prize – 5 beer tickets at Heartland.

From Cerevo:
3 of their flagship wifi-enabled cameras with the ability to send pictures directly to all of your social media accounts online without the need to connect the camera to the computer

From Fujifilm:
3 special limited edition Yone branded Cheki. The camera of choice by camera superstar Yone chan.


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