Please Wait

By the way, what's your lucky number? Mine is 76.

Great things come to those who wait. But don't wait too long, great things also like assertiveness.

Look at the pink disk closely. Look at it intensely. Hypnotized yet?

We'd let you in now, but we don't want to break the heart of the guy who animated the spinning logo.

Don't rush it: we are marinating our work in creative juices.

Rome wasn't built in a day, so what did you expect of a 3D-modeled, interactive city?

Our Reel

Drag and drop




Activation, Event, Space



Salesforce, the leading cloud-based software company from San Francisco, has been supporting the LGBTQ+ community since day one, so it was only fitting that they be part of the biggest day for the Japanese community: the Tokyo Rainbow Pride. 

Following the concept of Matsuri (a Japanese traditional festival), Salesforce's TRP booth was covered in chōchin lanterns, hand-painted by calligrapher/drag queen/LGBTQ+ community influencer Maaya Wakasugi (www.maayamaaya.com), and housed five live HANAYUI performances (Ikebana flower art on hair) by Hanayuishi Takaya (http://takaya.boo.jp). All in all, a proud celebration of Pride, the Japanese, campy way.

Salesforce's booth turned out to be a must-see attraction in the 2019 TRP, welcoming more than 3,700+ visitors in just two days, and was featured in several national and international media outlets.