Roland DG headquarters in Shinmiyakoda, Hamamatsu in Shizuoka Prefecture will be relocated and consolidated to the Miyakoda Plant, where a new building is now under construction for scheduled completion in July 2023.
The refreshment space at the Faculty of Informatics at the Hamamatsu Campus of Shizuoka University has been officially named the “Roland DG Lounge,” a venue where students can catch up with others, work on their skills and explore their creativity.
A ceiling painting by legendary Ukiyo-e artist Katsushika Hokusai has been digitally reproduced (as shown in the photo) in its original size using Roland DG’s UV printer. It was on display in the “Digital x Hokusai” Special Exhibition that ran until July 3, 2022 at NTT’s InterCommunication Center [ICC] Gallery A in Shinjuku, Tokyo.
At a ceremony held on April 28, 2022 just before the start of the Golden Week holiday period, new Roland DG employees gave presentations on the results of their training and were assigned to their new positions.
The Tokyo Creative Center is the largest Roland DG demonstration center in Japan and is located at its Tokyo-based sales office. It was recently refurbished and relocated to Shinagawa where it re-opened its doors to visitors on February 28, 2022.
The latest models of Roland DG’s TrueVIS VG3 series wide-format printer/cutters were unveiled at JAPAN SHOP 2022, the 51st International Exhibition for Shop Systems and Fixturing, which was held at Tokyo Big Sight from March 1 to 4.
Roland DG employees recently took part in a program organized by local Hamamatsu companies aimed at developing new business ideas by interacting with like-minded people within each individual company.