株式会社KOREA PLAZA HIROBAは、NPOP法人アジア希望キャンプ機構(ACOPIA)の協力会社です。芸能事務所(大衆文化芸術企画業)として登録されています。

KOREA PLAZA HIROBAは2021年7月から多文化社会を応援するISKA芸能活動を行うことになりました。日本とアジア各国からメンバーを随時募集中です。












KOREA PLAZA HIROBA Co., Ltd. is a partner company of NPO Asia Hope Camp Organization (ACOPIA). It is registered as an entertainment agency (popular culture and art planning business). 

KOREA PLAZA HIROBA will carry out ISKA entertainment activities to support a multicultural society from 2021. We are always looking for members from Japan and other Asian countries.

・ Acopia House will be provided.

・ Training (dance / vocal / composition / Korean) will be provided.

・ Management is provided.

Trainees work under an ISKA entertainer contract. The contract period is 3 months to 10 months and can be extended. We will be active in multicultural exchange events and stages between Japan and Korea and the world. We also support Asian youth painters. If you would like to participate in ISKA, please apply.

◆ How to apply for ISKA

・ Please send Self-introduction, photos and videos by email.


◆ Eligibility for application

・ Age:18~27 years old.

Acopia Dani  

出身国:メキシコ (Estados Unidos Mexicanos)

身分:California State University Long Beach



Acopia Herin  

出身国:イラン (Iran)




ISKA TRAINEEのAcopia DANIが感想を書いてくれました!

 Hello, this is Dani!! The first Mexican ISKA trainee. My ISKA activities started almost at the same time as my internship, around 4 months ago, and I am really grateful for the opportunity that was given to me. The time I spent so far as an ISKA has been really mind opening for me, I was able to build confidence in my singing and dancing throughout my lessons and with the help of both vocal and dance couches. Even though my period as a trainee is about to be over, the purpose of ISKA is really meaningful. ISKA is trying to build a better multicultural world through art.

 Acopia gave the opportunity to work on my skill and gave me a boost of confidence while working on ISKA activities. With weekly vocal and dance lessons, I got better at practice.

 From now, I know my skills are worth the try to keep improving and that I do have talent even if I didn’t see it that way. Due to Covid-19 regulations in Korea, many of the opportunities that ISKA had were cancelled or unavailable. One of the activities that we did were the weekly ISKA live performance.

 Every week alongside Acopia Thaomi, I was able to improve my skills and show it to those that were interested in the program. Dancing is not my strong point, but with the help of the dance teacher at Acopia I improved and am still improving little by little. Every part of ISKA production was working just as hard. From the cameras to the video editing, ISKA was clean and polished. I would like to thank the staff for their time and patience with me during practice and the live, also thanking  Acopia Thaomi, she helped me a lot during my first classes and helped me to be less nervous during the live. Sooo this is it… ISKA DANI saying goodbye!!