It is a base for art and artists who use the main building and internal organs of a rice store in the early Showa era. The 1st floor is a gallery and sales space where you can exhibit different tastes of earthen floors, storehouses, and tatami mats. The second floor has a kitchen, toilet, atelier, culture room, office, etc. Since our founding in 2006, we have created projects to create new art by actually using historical buildings, and have supported everyone, regardless of disability, to enjoy art together.
Because the building was built in the early Showa period, we try to make use of the seasons and events that are typical of Japan. Last year, we held a Beiju Festival at the building and received support from the people in the neighborhood. I would like to continue so that art is recognized as an important thing in our current life and as an expression of the heart that we want to leave behind.