Amuse is an entertainment agency and a lot more.
Amuse has three major businesses. We strive to go beyond the boundaries of an entertainment agency and add color to people's lives, while strengthening our corporate foundation as a comprehensive entertainment group that creates culture.
three Businesses of Amuse
The main revenues for the Event-Related Business are revenues from events such as concerts and stage performances, and other revenues from fan club and merchandising activities, which often work in conjunction with events.
Revenues from events
Revenues from events include revenues from entrance fees to concerts, events and stage performances hosted by the company, and production revenues from the production of events and performances hosted by other companies.
Revenues from fan clubs and merchandise sales
Fan club, merchandising and other revenues include revenues from the planning, production and sale of artist merchandise, etc., and fan club membership fees.
Music & Video Business
The main revenues for the Music & Video Business are mainly royalty revenues created by producing music and video works, distribution of returns on investments, and revenues from the release and sale of those works.
Revenues from music
Music revenues are royalty revenues generated based on the number of units of musical works created and released by artists that are shipped, downloaded or played (streamed).
Revenue from video works
Video revenues come mainly from the distribution of movie box-office revenues and event performance revenues for the live viewing of broadcasts or screenings of video content based on the rights (e.g. theatrical distribution rights and television broadcasting rights) to works produced or purchased by the company.
Other music and video revenues
Other music and video revenues come from the manufacture and sale of CDs and DVDs containing works produced or purchased by the company.
Appearances & Commercials Business
The main revenues for the Appearances & Commercials Business are performance and/or appearance fee revenues obtained as a result of artists performing or appearing in programs for broadcast stations (e.g. dramas, music programs and variety shows), newspapers and magazines (e.g. as writers or interviewees) or various other forms of media, commercials or movies.
Revenues from appearances and commercials
Revenues from appearances in movies and dramas and based on contracts for appearances in commercials.