Held at FOOD FOR THOUGHT Nishiogi store from Saturday, July 30th to Thursday, August 4th, 2022
We have set up a lottery system for the first time this time so that everyone can enjoy it safely and slowly. On the first day, July 30th (Sat), only those who win the lottery can enter the store.
*Reservations are not required from the second day onwards, but we may limit the number of people entering the store to about 10 people during busy times.
Lottery application period: 7/16 (Sat) 21:00 - 7/18 (Mon) 21:00
Please apply within the period from the lottery application form below.
*Inquiries regarding the lottery results cannot be answered. Thank you for your understanding.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT's popular project "Children's Vessel Exhibition" will be held for the fourth time this year.
1st in 2019. A family with a newborn baby who wanted to buy a work as a memorial. That baby is 4 years old. I'm sure you're eating Morimori rice using that vessel! It has grown into a truly meaningful project that can be close to one person's most important time.
This project started with the wish that " I want you to touch real vessels from a young age."
I want you to feel that eating in your favorite bowl makes your meal more delicious, and I want you to learn that if you don't handle it carefully, it will break.
We believe that people who take good care of their tableware will also eat beautifully, and people who eat beautifully will gather people who eat beautifully, creating a circle of happiness.
We asked 10 popular creators who sympathize with this idea to create their own "vessels for children" . This project has matured over time. This time it will be spectacular!
Not only for babies, but also adult-sized dishes are lined up so that teens can find their favorites by themselves.
It is also wonderful to see junior high and high school students choosing a vessel while saying, "Oh, it's cute."This year's poster is also in charge of our store staff and dyeing artist Sumire Akasaka.
The theme this time is "Deep Sea" . It's too hot this summer! With that in mind, we decided to use black as the base color to give a feeling of summer and coolness.
“I would be happy if I could get a feeling of exhilaration when I see fireworks,” said Akasaka.
The exhibition period is extended from Saturday to Thursday so that everyone with children can visit the store easily.
Of course, children are also very welcome. Strollers and bicycles can be parked.
We are looking forward to seeing all of you from the staff doshin!
Participating writer (Honorifics omitted / Japanese syllabary order):
- Tetsuhiro Iwata
- Tatsuhiko Kawai
- Tokiko Kurokawa
- Good Kodomari
- Yamato Kobayashi
- Akio Nukaga
- Natsu Hasegawa
- Naoko Miura
- Yuki Aya
- Naotsugu Yoshida