CEO / Business Producer
Joined ADK in 2005. Akinori has held positions in the HR department and Account Producers department. He has experience in human resource development, product branding centered on product development, and a wide range of project management including development of brand experience facilities and services.
Creative Director / Copywriter
Joined ADK in 2005. After moving from client service to the creative section, Kazuma has accumulated experience in mass advertising and integrated campaigns as a copywriter. He believes ideas should not be bound by methods or categories, and is pursuing a new form of advertising that could surprise the world. He loves techno and fried chicken.
Creative Director / CM Planner
Joined ADK in 2007. After experiencing client service for a major beverage maker, Kensuke was assigned to the creative division. Based on the idea that "Laughter is an art that can save humanity," his strength is in total planning of communication that cherishes discovery and surprise with ideas not bound by domain.
Joined ADK in 2009. Kenjo’s art direction aims at both the power of symbols as advertising, and high-quality craft to express the world of a brand. In 2019, he started a free paper the size of a business card called Chiikoku (meaning small ad) and has shed light on “the little things that do not get advertised.”
PR Director / Creative Director
Joined ADK in 2010. After engaging in planning communication strategy as a marketer, made many campaigns that utilize digital. From these experiences, Shotaro takes charge of designing consistent concepts to solve problems, planning production and PR. He believes in planning that can bring brands closer to people, by defining the relationship between them. Shotaro will take on a wide range of tasks, from promoting migration to rural areas, to securing corporate human resources and planning PR to introduce new artists.
Ryo started his career in advertising in 2004 and joined ADK in 2013.As an account manager, he has produced a wide range of large and integrated campaigns for western brands. His goal is to build good relationships between clients and creatives.
Joined ADK in 2018. Since then, Taiki has been in charge of project management for various integrated campaigns and product branding projects. By bridging creative and business, he stands as a strong force behind providing solutions to abstract issues brought on by brands, or projects that seemingly have no exit.
Ryoko joined ADK in 2012, and after experiencing client service for 5 years, she moved to the creative department to become a copywriter. She has fully utilized her talent in writing not only in ad campaigns, but for various projects ranging from the launch of a D2C brand to merchandise development. In 2019, Ryoko started a tiny magazine featuring objects and events, called Chiikoku “Small ads” and is currently the co-editor-in-chief.