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Su凸ko D凹koi –「ブス」 – 「森羅万象とはこういうもの」という多神教的諦観



もう皆様もご存知かと思いますが、ROBOT55が3ピース・ガール・ロック・バンド、Su凸ko D凹koi(すっとこどっこい)の名曲「ブス」のPVを制作しました!


この撮影が行われたのは4月3日金曜日。この日はSu凸ko D凹koiのワンマンライブが下北沢モザイクで行われたのでそのついでにPVも撮影させて頂いたという訳でございます。 Continue Reading…






そんな僕、ROBOT55は何を隠そう大の芸者遊び好き! Continue Reading…

ROBOT55 格安動画講座 – 上手な動画撮影のコツ 其の五 – バズる動画の傾向と対策





そんな訳で本日は若干嗜好を変えまして「バズる動画の傾向と対策」と称し、一般的にどんな動画が広まりやすいのかを短く簡潔にまとめてみました! Continue Reading…



先月の話になりますが、eBayで主に海外向けにビンテージ・アナログ・カメラの本体及びパーツを販売しているVery Best Cameras Japanという会社さんのビジネス紹介ビデオを撮影しに東京都千代田区の本社に行ってきました! Continue Reading…

ROBOT55の格安映像講座 – 動画ってこんなに頼もしいツールなんだ!!



オンラインといっても楽天で物を売っているネット・ビジネスだけじゃなくて、実際に商店街でお店を経営していたり、個人事業経営をしている全ての方々が対象です! Continue Reading…

ニンジャスレイヤー(Ninja Slayer)フロムアニメイション、4月16日(木)23:00から放送開始!



何を隠そう実はROBOT55もこのカルト番組の制作に関わっているんですが、かなり面白い番組がお届けできると思います〜♬ Continue Reading…

ROBOT55格安動画講座 – 上手な動画撮影のコツ 其の四 – 上手な構成台本の書き方



今日はちょっとしたポイントを押さえた構成台本を用意するだけで観る人を飽きさせず、大事な事が伝わる動画が作れるようになるというところをお教えします。よ! Continue Reading…





でもこういった撮影はそれなりに財布にも厳しいんだろうな〜って普通に思いますよね? Continue Reading…

Key Hunter – Classic Japanese Sixties TV Show〜懐かしの60年代テレビ番組 キーハンター

In searching for a type of music for a video production we are currently making, I turned to get inspiration from a 1960’s Japanese television detective series entitled “Key Hunter.” Key Hunter was a smash hit on Japanese TV between 1968 to 1973. I got lucky because I found a version with English subtitles!

Wikipedia says:

Key Hunter (キイハンター) was a prime-time Japanese television detective series. It aired on Saturday nights in the 9:00–9:56 p.m. time slot on the Tokyo Broadcasting System (TBS) network from April 6, 1968 to April 7, 1973. There were a total of 262 episodes, and it was one of the most popular action dramas in Japan at the time. The story involved “Key Hunter”, a special clandestine unit of the International Police, which endeavored to solve various crimes. “Key Hunter” was a unique TV show, which started out as a grand scale spy thriller never before seen in Japan. The episodes were individually themed on global crimes and political strife. The initial hardboiled theme later evolved to include intellectual elements involving action, and occasionally with comical elements as well. Tetsuro Tamba starred in the 1967 film “You Only Live Twic”e as Japanese Secret Service agent Tiger Tanaka, an ally of James Bond. This role greatly influenced his image in “Key Hunter”.

I really like the images and production in Key Hunter. I laughed out loud at the video at the very beginning where the guy is in bed kissing the girl and suddenly pulls out a gun and points it at someone; I love that style of Hollywood “Camp.”

This program is an inspiration to me because I really like how, in spite of a low budget (like all Japanese shows of the sixties) – and excepting the car crashing over the side of the mountain and exploding into flames – the director and production crew use good ideas and creativity to make a compelling story and an interesting image to watch. This is brilliant work!

The music is also fabulous.

I am especially interested in the sixties in Japan because that was when the first Tokyo Olympics was held and we have the 2020 Tokyo Olympics coming up. The sixties throughout the eighties in Japan were a Golden Time. I look to those days to bring art and inspiration to all our video productions in Tokyo.

Often times, when companies make promotion videos for their products or services, video production companies use library music or stock footage. This has a few problems as there can often be a rights issue and sometimes, even with a contract, the creator has an issue with use of their music or images. Trust me. I’ve seen it happen many times.

You don’t have that problem with a video production done at Robot55; and you never will. Why? We always create our own original music and images for use in all our videos so you never have to worry about getting a letter from a lawyer representing Getty Images or some company that represents an artist’s musical rights telling you to pay several thousand dollars.

And I’ve seen that happen, more than once to other companies, so we don’t do that at all. Everything we use; images, music, sound effects, narrations are original and done specifically for you. There’s never a worry about rights or a time limit on a production we make for you.

With a video production made by Robot55, you won’t have anyone like the folks in Key Hunter chasing you down for use of music or images; we create quality and we are always 100% original. Everything we create for you, becomes yours. It’s yours forever.

Let me repeat that: 100% yours to use. Forever.

Contact us and let’s get started making your company, service or product video: