I was born and raised in Shinjuku, Tokyo. I create sushi rolls that Japanese people consider modern art. I respect Shusaku Arakawa and Madeline Gins as their architecture is also a work of art.
Their project “The Reversible Destiny Lofts MITAKA” is located in Mitaka, Tokyo. Not only can you make a field trip to the place, but you can also stay and live there. It might seem flamboyant, but Arakawa said “we create nature by art.” The design of the interior is also unique. The floor is rough, irregular, and it slopes. There is even a door on the ceiling. When I stay there, it is very exciting and it feels different from my daily life. It felt strange the first time but, little by little, it has become comfortable.
We cannot live without being influenced by the environment. I think it is the best method to be in sympathy with people all over the world.