Shigeyuki Takagi

three point one four Ltd. President/CEO
Executive Producer, Creative Director, Art Director

Takagi attended Hakodate La Salle Senior High School and graduated from Yokohama National University of Engineering with a major in Architecture and Building Science. After traveling to many countries he was inspired by the architecture he saw and used his visions to produce spaces for cafes, restaurants, and bars in Nishi-Azabu and Roppongi areas. Since then he has been involved with numerous space productions for major venues, deeply influencing their scenes with his trendsetting style. His adaptation of cutting edge styles and contemporary ideas has brought great success to his career.

In 2000, Takagi established his own cafe/shop in Harajuku during his career as a producer. His cafe/shop became very popular amongst his customers so much that they referred to it as “sacred ground”. As he progressed in his career he became involved with discovering emerging artists and began producing events that focused on music and culture. This lead Takagi to begin producing promotional events for Toho Cinemas in Roppongi Hills.

In the mid 2000s, Takagi took a part in establishing a foreign capital entertainment company in Japan as a chief producer which widened his boundaries to many other clients such as Mori Building. He has produced many of their events that ranged from fashion, cars, and IT which were mainly focused in Omotesando Hills. Takagi received great results from his various productions and creative works. Not only did Takagi specialize in producing events, he also casted many different talents like artists and models both inside and outside Japan.

His full production of events and parties includes the Japan-Brazil Association 100th Anniversary Event, Ginza De Beers Building opening, H&M Harajuku opening, UGG Ginza Opening, Paris Hilton’s fashion brand promotion, and Maserati showroom opening.

Takagi has always incorporated innovative creativity into his countless event productions and has earned his title as a producer for over 20 years.

Takagi has been known for his ability to work as not only as an event producer, but also a creative director. He has been involved in making official movies and commercials for GAP JAPAN, UGG Japan, GAGA, and more. In recent years, he has helped manage Japanese artists overseas and has been involved with events introducing Japanese culture overseas, such as the Cool Japan Project. He produced the MINI PACEMAN press conference in 2013, and produced MINI CLUBMAN in 2015. Both which were awarded the Car of the Year in 2013 and 2015.

Takagi has extended his presence at Nagoya University and Temple University Japan as a special guest speaker and has also appeared in TV and Radio as a commentator. He continues to pursue his career as CEO of Three Point One Four Ltd. as a multi-creator, producer of artists and discoverer of new frontiers.