This is the poster of the Mitsubishi Corporation Chugoku branch It is a design of a communication space to unite the feelings of the Mitsubishi Corporation and group companies. It is expressed using the Japanese carp that is the identity of Hiroshima.
The reason why it uses the carp shape is that Hiroshima has long been called the city of water and that it was also called "the city of carp" because carp lived there. Therefore, we have tried overlapping it with the image of Nishikigoi (a brocade carp) wearing the Mitsubishi colors "red, black, and white" to express both Hiroshima and Mitsubishi. The ripples of water represent the expansion from Hiroshima to the world.
These posters are displayed at the entrance and in the communication space, making the space more colorful. It also allows us to work in unison as the same colleagues within the group companies.