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Corporate name White Ship, Inc.
Address 6F Terasawa Bld., 1-7-17 Motoakasaka Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan 107-0051
Tel: +81-3-6434-9785 Fax: +81-3-6434-9786 Access >>
Date established January 1, 2001
Board members Kimi Hasebe
CEO
 
Kunihiko YAZAWA
Director
Related websites EGAKU Online >>
Kunihiko YAZAWA - artist site >>
92art Studio >>


January 2001 White Ship established in Gotanda, Tokyo
August 2002 Started EGAKU Program for elementary school children
March 2004 Incorporated as White Ship, Inc.
June 2006 Moved to Akasaka, Tokyo and opened office and studio
January 2007 Started regular EGAKU sessions for business professionals
January 2008 Launched human resource consulting x art practice
May 2009 Launched strategy consulting x art practice
February 2013 Moved to Moto-Akasaka, Tokyo and opened office & 92art Studio


●  The Name - From Black Ships to White Ship
The name 'White Ship' was conceived as a tongue in cheek riposte to Commodore Perry's blackships - rather than change imposed
from without, we imagined creating a movement from the inside out. From Japan to the world. It reflects our vision to harness the
power of art to unleash the creativity we all possess, and design forums for creative communication for people of diverse cultures
and values. Transforming the world through the power of art.

●  The Tagline: Art at the Center of the Earth
White Ship began as an art project conceived by founder, Kunihiko YAZAWA. Our corporate tagline, 'Art at the center of the Earth'
is derived from YAZAWA's philosophy underlying his art practice. Our mission is to create art which transforms the Es of Education,
Environment and Entertainment, to the Hs of Harmony, Happy, Honesty, Hope and Humor and play a part in creating the future. This idea conceived when we founded White Ship still lies at the heart of our practice today.

●  Our Vision Art: Voyage
Kunihiko YAZAWA painted 'Voyage' when White Ship was founded. It embodies our ambitious vision and hopes for the future.

Voyage






Voyage

Kunihiko YAZAWA
2001
Pastel on Paper 1800mm × 900mm