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From tomorrow, I will participate in a group exhibition at the O Museum in Osaki, Tokyo. It’s hard to say “please come” because the corona is widespread, but I would appreciate it if you could come and see it. “Dream Istower Exhibition”
◎ Period / March 18th (Friday) to 23rd (Wednesday)
◎ Time
First day = 14: 00-18: 00 (admission is until 18:00)
During the session = 10:00 to 18:30 (admission is until 18:00)
Last day = 10:00 to 15:00 (Is it okay to enter by 14:00?)
◎ Place / O Museum
1-6-2 Osaki, Shinagawa-ku, Tokyo Osaki New City Building No. 2 2F
Tel. 03 (3495) 4040


The January issue

It’s been late, but
Happy new year I hope this year brings you happiness!

By the way, I am in charge of the cover image of the music magazine “Musica Nova”. “Magazine for learning, teaching and enjoying the piano” Musica Nova was first published in 1970. How wonderful it is to be able to decorate the cover of such a famous historical magazine!
I’d like to decorate all the covers with new works, but the schedule is quite difficult, so I will announce it with existing works and new works. Of course, new work is first show, so please look forward to it.
The January issue has already been sold at musical instrument stores nationwide. I would appreciate it if you could take it if you have the opportunity.


What was given by God Ⅱ

We held an exhibition named Three Cows at the end of August. An emergency declaration was issued for COVID-19, and I was worried if it could be held, but it was able to be held safely. The exhibition was very well received and was blessed with over 430 visitors. Fortunately, some of my works left for our customers. Thanks to my friends, I was able to reproduce the exhibition in 3D. Please see it. <Link>
I’m making a new work now. It’s hard because I have to finish making it by Christmas. But I really enjoy making it. I’m a little busy now because I have a new name order, but I would like to increase the number of works steadily. I want to do a solo exhibition in Germany somehow! I will do my best! !!



Shortly after I finished pasting, I started to work on the details, but there was something I didn’t like. It’s quite difficult, but I decided to fix it. As a result, it worked, but I was very nervous. Because if I make a mistake, I could start all over again.

The changed part is here.
First of all, carefully peel off the parts I don’t like.
At this point, the result is highly dependent.
Lightly paste the cut parts on the new paper to be pasted.
Next, cut it freehand along the shape. Draw on my past experience but it is so tough. Because I can rely only thickness a piece of paper. If it shifts even a hair width, it’s over.
Paste the cut parts together. This parts has glue so I can’t fail.
It’s done!


I’ve finally finished pasting colors on all screens. I’m about to start putting colored paper on the details. The whole process changes depending on which part you start the fine detail work, so I’m quite worried.

The process leading up to here

First of all, paste the face and horn’s part.
After that, this time I will stick colored paper from the neck part.
I layer the colors little by little while looking at the overall balance.
I’ve finished pasting this far and can finally take a break.
After this, paste new papers to the face and horn.


It took a day and a half to finally complete the groundwork. B1 (728 x 1,030 mm) size is very difficult to paste. The reason is that it is easy to wrinkle and there are gaps in the bonding area. Because of the tension, I take a break every time I finish pasting one color.

I will trace the original sketch and draw it based on it. I do the tracing manually, so it always shifts. So, in anticipation of that, we have to get closer to the original sketch. This groundwork greatly affects the quality of the work, so it is very nerve-wracking.