概要

What’s Japan Film Commission?
Japan Film Commission (JFC) is a national film commission covering the entire country of Japan. It is your first contact if you are interested in filming in Japan.
With its main office in Tokyo, Japan Film Commission is a non-profit organization comprised of over 120 regional film commissions as well as various film and video industry guilds and organizations, such as the Directors Guild of Japan. It is supported and endorsed by ministries and agencies of the federal government, such as the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, the Agency for Cultural Affairs, and the Japan Tourism Agency.
Japan Film Commission
2F, Togeki Bldg.,
4-1-1 Tsukiji, Chuo-ku, Tokyo, 104-0045, Japan
Tel: +81-3-6264-2042 / Fax: +81-3-6264-2043
E-Mail:jfc@japanfc.org
Japan Film Commission Board Directors (As of Oct., 6, 2017)
  Affiliation Name
CHAIRPERSONKobe Film OfficeMako Tanaka
VICE CHAIRPERSONAmakusa Film CommissionShinichi Koyama
VICE CHAIRPERSONEhime Film CommissionShigeru Izumitani
AuditorSuwa Area Film CommissionYosuke Miyasaka
DIRECTORSapporo Film CommissionArifumi Sato
DIRECTORSendai Miyagi Film CommissionShin Kusaka
DIRECTORTokyo Film CommisionHajime Endo
DIRECTORNagano Film CommissionHaruyasu Atobe
DIRECTORNagoya Location NaviTomihiro Tange
DIRECTOROsaka Film CouncilSatoshi Ohno
DIRECTORHiroshima Film CommissionMasayuki Kurogi
DIRECTORKitakyushu Film CommissionShuei Ueda
DIRECTOROkinawa Film OfficeSoichiro Arima
DIRECTORKeio university Institute for Media and Communications ResearchYoko Nishiaki Ogawa
DIRECTORTokyo Film CommissionKatsunori Tanaka
DIRECTORKakunodate Film CommissionHiroshi Sakamoto
DIRECTORMotion Picture Producers Association of Japan, Inc.Naotaka Kacho
DIRECTORDirectors Guild of JapanYoichi Sai
DIRECTORJapan Film Makers AssociationJunichi Shindo
SECRETARY GENERALJapan Film CommissionRuriko Sekine
Services provided by JFC
Japan Film Commission will help you: find locations, find local production service companies, obtain shooting permits, find out what types of non-tax incentives and filming supports are offered by regional governments and film commissions in Japan, and help you in many other ways to make your filming easier in Japan.
About AFCNet
AFCNet (Asian Film Commissions Network) was established on October 10, 2004 with the participation of 18 organizations from six countries.
The plan of activities for fiscal year 2005, intended to facilitate shooting in the Asian region and to further promote cooperation, was decided. It covers the four main areas below:
  1.Share and systematize information about production
  2.Share information and work to improve film related laws, systems, etc.
  3.Support local film commissions in Asia, and provide training
  4.Joint-Publicity, marketing
About AFCI
The AFCI (Association of Film Commissioners International) is a non-profit educational organization founded in the United States in 1975.
Description of activities is Cineposium education program and Locations Trade Show (trade show for film producers and entertainment industry people). AFCI members are 310 organizations from 31 countries and regions.