MotionElements, Asia’s premier royalty-free marketplace for stock video, animation and music, is continuing its rapid expansion across Japan with the opening of a brand new office in Tokyo.

The company’s new office will be headed up by Sato Daisuke. The new office will also see marketing efforts concentrated on Japan, with talented creatives within the country encouraged to discover exactly what MotionElements can do for them and their work.

The company also recently launched a few features, unique to their Japanese users. In November last year, they introduced the payment method of bank transfer to purchase credits for Japanese users.

Daisuke Sato, Japan Business Development Manager of MotionElements, says, “We want to be able to better service our growing base of loyal customers in Japan. MotionElements is thrilled to be expanding our brand with a new physical presence with our new Japanese office. Japanese video makers, production companies, freelancers and other creatives will now have access to our exciting platform, with the promise of a fully localized experience for all.”

Mark Sun, Co-founder,adds, “As we grow, we have become Asia’s leading microstock marketplace, and we hope to continue in that vein, offering stock media buyers, sellers and creators an easy to use, safe and fair platform that rewards creatives for their works.”

MotionElements works hard to remain at the cutting-edge of the industry, with a range of dynamic features that are making the platform an invaluable asset to producers, creators, buyers and sellers. Their unique search features like VisualSearch and AudioSearch allow users to search using images and music. Coupled with their Auto-magical keyword translation, they overcome any potential language barriers.

The platform also currently offers just under 1 million motion assets, including stock videos, music, 3D models, Adobe After Effects and Apple Motion templates – and that figure is expected to soar as the firm focuses more on the Japanese market. The platform already has more than 3,000 registered contributors from across the world, and the collection of stock media has doubled every year since the inception of the company.

For more information about the Japanese office, or to explore MotionElements further, visit the website:




Contact: Sato Daisuke


Address: 705Ark hills front tower,

2-31-1 Akasaka, Minato-ku, Tokyo 〒107-0052