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2005-01-17T00:00:00.000Z

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Employment History

Representative and Designer
Musegram & Association Inc.

Affiliations

Member
Japan Institute of Tourism Research

Member
Japan Display Design Association

Founder
Association Inc.

Founder
MUSEGRAM

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Jotaro Shibuya (Representative / Designer of Musegram & Association Inc.)


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Jotaro Shibuya (Representative / Designer of Musegram & Association Inc.)Jotaro Shibuya (1965-) founded MUSEGRAM and Association Inc. in 2000 after studying undenvolved in designing and directing projects on museums, exhibitions and store interiors on the theme : the fusion of information and space. gMuseum of Sensesh, his study on area information museum won Japan Display Design Study Award.He is a member of Japan Display Design Association and Japan Institute of Tourism Research.


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Jotaro Shibuya (1965-) founded MUSEGRAM and Association Inc. in 2000 after studying under Teruaki Ohashi and gained experience at Nomura Co. Ltd. He has been involved in designing and directing projects on museums, exhibitions and store interiors based on the theme : the fusion of information and space. "Museum of Senses", his study on area information museum won Japan Display Design Study Award. He is a member of Japan Display Design Association and Japan Institute of Tourism Research.

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