Nacasa & Partners



Nacasa & Partners started up with the goal of expressing the creative work of architecture and interiors dramatically and visually through the recording medium of photographs. We are expanding our business in Japan and also overseas by strengthening our organizational structure and making the best use of our powerful mobility and capability to respond quickly to make great leaps forward. 

Nacasa & Partners provide visual communications, ideas and concepts that respond to latent demand, by always meeting the changes of the times and perceiving new senses of values.

Outline of the Company

Company name Nacása & Partners Inc.
Address 2-18-4, Kami Meguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo 153-0051, Japan
Tel +81-3-5722-7757
Fax +81-3-5722-0909
Date established July 1989 (Operation began in 1977 as Nacasa Photo Office)



Takeshi Nakasa
Director Atsushi Nakamichi
Hiroshi Tsujitani
Satoru Umetsu
Sachiko Kojima
Auditor Shinichi Kozu (KMG Licensed Tax Accountant's Corporation)
Number of staff 29 employee (as of Jan. 2021)
Business lines
  • Plannning and shooting photos and recording scenes.
  • Renting photos
  • Planning and producing advertisement and publicity, etc...
Our Bank account
  • MUFG Bank, Ltd.
  • RESONA Bank
  • Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation


July 1977 Operation began as Nacasa Photo Office, at Minami Azabu, Minato-ku, Tokyo
July 1989

Established Nacasa & Partners Inc.

November. 2004 Moved to Kami Meguro, Meguro-ku, Tokyo for extending the business.

Profile : Takeshi Nakasa (President, Nacása & Partners Inc.)

December 9, 1949 Born in Taito-ku, Tokyo, Japan
March, 1968

Graduated from Fine Art Course, Tokyo Metoropolitain Komaba High School

April, 1970 Entered Yotsuya Studio
April, 1971 Studied under Kimpei Murayama
July, 1989 Established Nacasa & Partners Inc.

Since establishing Nacása & Partners Inc, Takeshi Nakasa has become Japan 's foremost commentator and photographer of interiors and architecture. He always has a lot of photoshootings with our staff.

He is a regular contributor to major international design and architecture magazines, and is frequently requested to chair lectures on the design culture of modern Japan.