"The city, Tokyo  東京"   inkjet-printed papers collage and paint on canvas  46x46in.    

                                         tapes and raw canvas. 2019      : Recent landscape in Tokyo, Chaos in city series 2.

           "Canna in the Scorched Earth"    60x 40in.   fabrics, PVC, silkscreen and inkjet-printed paper,     

                                 2019,   Hiroshima series 1 :  What Hiroshima's people  were delighted after atomic bombing.






                    "Still Alive Hiroshima"  40x39x10.5in.  hair, towels, wood box, branches on sponge and paper cranes.

                        2019,     Hiroshima series 4 : Denouncement of Japan




                               "The Tragic Chair"  30x18x15in.  fabrics, wire, leather, wad, string and molding plaster,  2019 

                                   Hiroshima series 2 :  Victims whose clothes rippled to shreds, and skin hanging down.




                               "The Death Zone"   35x34 hinged 35x44in.   fabric, rope, clay, panels and boards.  2019

                                   Inspired by Fukushima's nuclear accident:  endless of suffering from Fukushima.





                                                "The Hope of One Thousand Paper Cranes" 42x20x15in.  2019 

                                                    wire, theads, paper cranes and inkjet-printed papers.

                                                    Hiroshima series 3 : victims' words were printed on paper cranes.






                                      "Ms. Sachiko who died at atomic bombing"  from Sadako Kurihara's Hiroshima Poetry 1.

                                           24x18in.  casting & molding plasters, wire, fabrics and threads on panel.  2020

                                           Texts of this poetry are written on the flame of this panel.





                   "The Cavity"  from Sadako Kurihara's Hiroshima Poetry 2.  12x16in.   molding plaster and inkjet-printed

                         papers on panel.  2020






                               "Bring Forth New Life 生ましめんかな"  12x12in.  from Sadako Kurihara's Hiroshima Poetry 3.

                                    plastic molding, a miniture bulb, screen printed fabric tapes and boards on panel.  2020





                             "The Lunch box"  12x24in.  acrylic paint, inkjet printed papers and tape on panel.  2020

                                  Texts and Art 1.





                                                "Seto Inland Sea"  16x32in.  2020  inkjet-printed papers and tape on panel.

                                                     Texts and Art 2.






Posters     42x32in.   The Japanese Constitution, preamble and article nine