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Daily Supply and Arts project

  • Organization : WEMON PROJECTS, LLC
  • Section : Artistic and creative activity in Tokyo
  • Type of Grant Program : Single
  • Art Forms : Visual Art / Media Art


Daily Supply and Arts Project is a five-part exhibition series that considers life with daily necessities and art.

The first exhibition on the theme of “inspire” is entitled “HOTSANDO inspiring everyday items” and features artists and creators Takehito Koganezawa, Yujiro Koyama, Quentin Chambry, Miku Tsuchiya, helloayachan, and Masanao Hirayama.

The second exhibition, “unique and copies” is being held under the theme of “copy” with artist/video director Asuka Miyata and graphic designer Wanaka Okada’s label, Tata.

The third exhibition themed around “humor,” “Keep quiet, don’t chatter,” features artist/video director Masanobu Nishino.

The theme of the fourth exhibition is “pair,” and offers two pieces by Kenji Ide entitled “To Remember you.”

The fifth instalment is a solo exhibition “No. 12” on the theme of “notice” by street artist DIEGO.


DAILY SUPPLY SSS is a shop/gallery run by artist unit L PACK. under the concept of “daily necessities.” It opened in Yokohama in 2017 and moved to Ikegami in Ota-ku, Tokyo in 2022. The shop sells “beautiful and core daily necessities” such as coffee beans roasted by the artists themselves. It also offers a menu of drinks, and sells products from various countries, artworks and more.


DAILY SUPPLY SSS , Ota City, Tokyo