CP+ Photo Weekend For your own pictures and camera  Two days: Find your thrills in photography!

Mar 2(Sat) 10:00-18:00 Mar 3(Sun)10:00-17:00 At Conference Center 3F, PACIFICO YOKOHAMA  Free admisasion for pre-registered visitors

Free admisasion for pre-registered visitors

Trips, fashion —
everything you like is photogenic.

You can learn how to enjoy taking casual pictures, along with the basics of photographing.
During the two-day session, you can enjoy attractive exhibitions, workshops, and special lectures to discover your own style of photography.


A lecture traversing various fields of culture, under the keyword of “Photography”

Free/Pre-registration required


    Nagi Yoshida

    March 2 (Sat) 13:00-13:45
    Conference Center 3F 303,304


    ★Nagi Yoshida’s profile
    A self-taught photographer born in 1986. She first went to Africa by herself in 2009. Since then, she has taken and published photographs of ethnic minorities in Africa all around the world. Thanks to her unique use of colors and her own intuitive way of living, she was selected as The Most Influential People for Japan by Nikkei Business, Pen Creator Awards by PEN, and Kodansha Publication Culture Award for Photography in 2017. Her recent books include the photo book SURI COLLECTION (from Iroha Publishing), a travelogue book Naked Photographer Yoshida Travelling in Africa (Fusosha Publishing), an essay How to Be Picked UP (CCC Media House), and her best-of collection HEROES (Writes Publishing).


    Kenji Sato

    March 3 (Sun) 11:00-11:45
    Conference Center 3F 303,304



    ★Kenji Sato’s profile
    Kenji Sato graduated from Musashino Art University. Sato searches the world over for the strange and curious, documenting it all from viewpoints of the natural history and aesthetic. His photo books, THE WONDERLAND’S HERITAGE and THE WONDERLAND’S HERITAGE 2, from X-Knowledge, became exceptional bestsellers. His other books and magazines include THE WONDER MAPS, THE ISLAND―GUNKANJIMA, and SATELLITE (from Asahi Shimbun Publications), Ruins of the World (Asukashinsha), KIKAIKIKOU (Kadokawa), and TRANSIT Special Issue (Kodansha). He has also appeared in many TV and radio programs, including NHK Radio 1’s Radio Adventure KIKAIISAN, TV Asahi’s Tamori Club, TBS’ CRAZY JOURNEY, and NHK’s Nippon No Dilemma.

Free/Registration not required

  • Animals/Pets Hiroyuki Hisakata
    (Cat Photographer)

    March 2 (Sat) 11:00-11:45


    Hiroyuki Hisakata is a cat photographer specialized in shooting cats using cat teasers. He caused a buzz on social media with photos of cats that looked like they were dancing or doing martial arts. His photos became popular overseas as Ninja Cat. Hisakata also provides his photos to magazines and for merchandising. He has published photo books Ninja Cats, Ninja Kittens, along with NEKO-KEN Photography Technique, which details how to shoot cats in action.

  • Travel Anna Haneishi & Anri Nakajima
    (Pro Traveler®)

    March 2 (Sat) 15:00-15:45


    ★What is a Pro Traveler®?
    A Pro Traveler® is a job title with the concept of “communicating the treasures of traveling.” Since 2015, mitsubachiworks inc. has been sponsoring female travelers that have excellent expressive power as Pro Travelers®. The Pro Traveler® team currently includes seven women, such as Anna Haneishi and Anri Nakajima.
    Note: Pro Traveler® is a registered trademark of mitsubachiworks inc.

  • Art & Culture Mala Morgan (Model/Photographer)

    March 3 (Sun) 13:00-13:45


    Mala Morgan is a model and actress appearing in fashion magazines, such as GINZA (from MAGAZINE HOUSE), SPUR (SHUEISHA), and in TV programs, as well as working as a photographer. Morgan participated in the music & photography event TOKYO SOUNDSCAPE, and in 2018, she held her own exhibition, “Roots?⇄Routes.” Her exhibition led to increased attention on her activities as a photographer.

  • Music/Fashion Rui Hashimoto (Photographer)

    March 3 (Sun) 15:00-15:45


    At the age of 24 years old, Hashimoto suddenly moved from working as a jean pattern maker to photographer, and then worked as an employee for ollie magazine before turning freelance. He has been involved in promotional photos of various artists, including androp and 9mm Parabellum Bullet. In addition to working for the ROCK IN JAPAN FESTIVAL as the official photographer, Hashimoto organizes the SOUND SHOOTER exhibition. In 2010, he launched his own brand, STINGRAY.


VINYL MUSEUM, a participatory art event focusing on photogenic content,
having been held in Ginza and Omotesando,
and where participants themselves become part of works of art,
is coming to Yokohama to produce an exciting photo op at CP+.



From those who haven’t used a camera ever before to those who have problems choosing their themes—
you can learn photographic techniques in various fields, from the basics up.

Free/Pre-registration required

Number of seats: 130 for each class via pre-registration
* Same-day reservations available for a few people on a first-come first-serve basis


Try out cameras and take pictures at a workshop directed by a photographic school.

Free/Pre-registration required

Number of seats: 15 for each class via pre-registration
* Same-day reservations available for a few people on a first-come first-serve basis

CP+ Photo Weekend

■ Period:
Saturday, March 2 to Sunday, March 3, 2019
Mar 2(Sat) 10:00-18:00
Mar 3(Sun)10:00-17:00
■ Venue:
Conference Center 3F,
■ Organizer:
Camera & Imaging Products Association (CIPA)