FIXERTOKYO  ONE STOP REMOTE FILM PRODUCTION
BILINGUAL PRODUCER AND VIDEO PRODUCTION CREW
FIXERTOKYO   Remote Production 
 
FIXER.TOKYO tokyo based remote production agency filming interview builingual interviewer

  
 
 
 
FIXER.TOKYO tokyo based remote production agency filming interview builingual interviewer
 
 

 
 

 

Remote Production

Remote Production


The world has been thrown into chaos by Covid-19 in last few years. Filming industry has been heavily affected and all the situation has dramatically changed. Plus, constantly changing travel restrictions are making it more challenging to execute film productions especially in a foreign country. At the height of the pandemic, it now seems that the world has predominantly shifted to the Remote Filming Production which offers the potential for higher productivity and huge cost savings.  However, How can you find trustworthy local partners? Who can you rely on your important production locally in Japan? The answe is plain and simple.
You might want to deal with a savvy experienced bilingual local fixer/producer optimized to your  production needs. Better yet, a fixer/producer who can provide one-stop client service is ideal key.
FIXERTOKYO specializes in inbound media production in Japan. And the remote film and photography production has been what we do too even before the Covid spreads. Therefore, We are fully aware of what and how we should work with our clients remotely. Our rich experiences having worked with the various international media crew and globally well-known brands for many years make your production in Tokyo surely different. 
The world has been thrown into chaos by Covid-19 in last few years. Filming industry has been heavily affected and all the situation has dramatically changed. Plus, constantly changing travel restrictions are making it more challenging to execute film productions especially in a foreign country. At the height of the pandemic, it now seems that the world has predominantly shifted to the Remote Filming Production which offers the potential for higher productivity and huge cost savings.  However, How can you find trustworthy local partners? Who can you rely on your important production locally in Japan? The answe is plain and simple.
You might want to deal with a savvy experienced bilingual local fixer/producer optimized to your  production needs. Better yet, a fixer/producer who can provide one-stop client service is ideal key.
FIXERTOKYO specializes in inbound media production in Japan. And the remote film and photography production has been what we do too even before the Covid spreads. Therefore, We are fully aware of what and how we should work with our clients remotely. Our rich experiences having worked with the various international media crew and globally well-known brands for many years make your production in Tokyo surely different. 

 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Corporate Branding

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
       
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Photography

 

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Operational Limitations
 
Regardless of where you fly, you must follow the rules listed below when flying a Drone in Japan.  If you intend to fly a Drone regardless of rules [5] to [10] below, you must obtain approval from the Regional Civil Aviation Bureau in advance.  Drone General Rules In Japan By MLIT
 Do not operate Drones under the influence of alcohol and drugs.
 Fly and operate Drones after preflight actions.
 Operate Drones to prevent collision hazards with airplanes.
 Do not operate Drones in a careless or reckless manner.
 Fly and operate Drones in the daytime.
 Operate Drones within Visual Line of Sight (VLOS).
 Keep 30m away from persons or properties on the ground/water surface.
 Do not operate Drones over event sites where many people gather.
 Do not transport hazardous materials such as explosives by Drone.
 Do not drop any objects from Drones.
Penalty
 
If the above rules are violated, the UAV operator is liable for a fine of up to JPY 500,000.
 
Permission & Approval
 
You are required to submit an application in Japanese for permission or approval to the MLIT (Ministry of Land Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism) at least 14 days (excluding Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays) before you fly a Drone. 

 
 Flight / Non-Flight Zone Map of Japan
 Click "OK", you can confirm the areas of (A) and (C).
 Green area : (A) Airspace around airports
 Red area    : (C) DID area (Densely Inhabited Districts)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Aerial

Aerial

Operational Limitations
 
Regardless of where you fly, you must follow the rules listed below when flying a Drone in Japan.  If you intend to fly a Drone regardless of rules [5] to [10] below, you must obtain approval from the Regional Civil Aviation Bureau in advance. 
Drone General Rules In Japan By MLIT
 Do not operate under the influence of alcohol /drugs.
 Fly and operate after preflight actions.
 Operate Drones to prevent collision hazards with airplanes.
 Do not operate in a careless or reckless manner.
 Fly and operate Drones in the daytime.
 Operate Drones within Visual Line of Sight (VLOS).
 Keep 30m away from persons or properties.
 Do not operate over event sites where many people gather.
 Do not transport hazardous materials by Drone.
 Do not drop any objects from Drones.
Penalty
 
If the above rules are violated, the UAV operator is liable for a fine of up to JPY 500,000.
 
Permission & Approval
 
You are required to submit an application in Japanese for permission or approval to the MLIT (Ministry of Land Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism) at least 14 days (excluding Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays) before you fly a Drone. 

 
 Flight / Non-Flight Zone Map of Japan
 Click "OK", you can confirm the areas of (A) and (C).
 Green area : (A) Airspace around airports
 Red area    : (C) DID area (Densely Inhabited Districts)