Japan scores three Golds at the 2015 Epica Awards: Watts of Tokyo takes home two for Shiseido's "High School Girl?" and Dentsu picks up one for "Yaskawa Bushido Project"

High School Girl.jpgThe Epica 2015 jury has released the Gold winners with Japan reaping three.

Watts of Tokyo has been awarded two Gold trophies for Shiseido's "High School Girl?" for Direction and Cinematography and Online Campaigns at the Epica Awards currently convening in Berlin. Dentsu also picks up a Gold for Yaskawa Electric Corporation's the "Yaskawa Bushido Project" in Online Campaigns.
Yaskawa.jpgFounded in 1987, Epica is the only creative prize awarded by journalists working for marketing and communications magazines around the world. It offers an independent jury and global press coverage. Launched as the first European advertising competition, today it is an international celebration of creativity, attracting thousands of entries from more than 70 countries.

The Epica Grand Prix (Print, Outdoor, Digital and Film) will be announced during the awards ceremony at the Kino International cinema on the evening of November 19.

VIEW THE FULL LIST OF GOLD WINNERS

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