See a sumo wrestler fly in new FlyStation campaign via Frontage Tokyo + Geek Pictures

FlyStation_Peace.jpgNew film campaign for FlyStation, Japan's first Indoor Skydiving Facility. For the launch Frontage Inc, Tokyo created a series of 3 films under the theme of "Love Flying?"


The first spot "Peace" shows a sumo wrestler's flight. This movie highlights the thrill of riding on winds with a maximum speed of 360km/h and how the fun flight can cause peace. No CG was used in the making of this spot.
FlyStation_wind.jpgThe second spot "Life" shows men in white costumes discovering the mystery of life. The Indoor Skydivers featured in this movie are instructors at FlyStation Japan.

The third spot is an expression of the tremendous power of the wind speed in FlyStation's "Wind Tunnel". The model is literally blown away with the maximum wind speeds of 360km/h created by one of the most advanced wind tunnel technologies available.

The campaign was directed by Shuhei Shibue through Geek Pictures, Tokyo.

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