Announcement of “Exhibition Zero Creation New Culture” exhibition to mark the beginning of 2023

The beginning of 2023 written/drawn by five women
"Exhibition Zero Creation New Culture" was held.
~From January 2nd at +ART GALLERY in Shibuya Scramble Square~

Plus Art Co., Ltd. (English name: plus art co., ltd, location: Shibuya-ku, Tokyo, representative: Takashi Nitta), which develops its business with the theme of enjoying contemporary art, has five calligraphers and Japanese painters. We are pleased to announce that the "Exhibition Zero Creation New Culture" exhibition will be held at Shibuya Scramble Square 14th floor +ART GALLERY.

▼Exhibiting artists
Ryoka Kawauchi, Rinka Kachi, Akiyu, Koho, Teranoha
*Please refer to each artist's SNS for dates when they will be in the gallery.

Business hours: Monday, January 2, 2023 to Sunday, January 15, 2023, business hours 10:00 - 21:00
*Business hours may change due to the influence of the new coronavirus. Please check the official website from time to time.

free entrance


Address: Shibuya Scramble Square Shop & Restaurant 14F
(150-0002 2-24-12 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo)

Access: 30 seconds to 1 minute each from JR Shibuya Station (Yamanote Line, Shonan-Shinjuku Line), Tokyo Metro Shibuya Station (Fukutoshin Line, Hanzomon Line, Ginza Line), Tokyu Line Shibuya Station (Toyoko Line, Denentoshi Line)

Works can be exhibited and sold. It will also be sold online during this period.
Online shop:

Sponsored and planned by: Plus Art Co., Ltd.



Ryoka Kawauchi

A calligrapher and seal engraver who is active on the stage of calligraphy. Born in Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture. From the age of six, he began studying calligraphy under a member of the Yomiuri Shoho Association, and currently studies under Kusutei Okano, a member of Nitten. She also studies calligraphy, calligraphy history, and lettering, including assisting her husband, who is a Ph.D. in calligraphy, in his research.
Studied oil painting from an early age and studied abroad in Germany after graduating from university. While abroad, he became acutely aware of his Asian identity, and after returning to Japan, he aspired to pursue a career in oriental art, which he continues to do today. Fascinated by the beauty of the ``golden inscriptions'' cast into ancient Chinese bronze vessels and the ``Spring and Autumn Sengoku Seals'' used during the Spring and Autumn Sengoku Period, he creates works based on these characters. capital

This is the highest exhibition in Japan, and is based on the solid ability and insight into letters that have won awards at numerous prestigious exhibitions, including selection at the Nitten (Japanese Art Exhibition), which is a descendant of the government exhibition. Aiming to create new works with sensitivity. With the motto "As long as it is a character, we must not deviate from the history and essence of kanji itself, and the beauty of line quality," he pursues new beauty in the world of white, black, and vermilion, and holds workshops in addition to running classes. We are also focusing on contributing to the local community and mentoring the next generation.

He is an artist at the Nitten Exhibition, an outstanding selected artist at the Japanese Calligraphy Exhibition, a bishop of the Japan Calligraphy Education Society, a councilor of the All Japan Seal Engraving Federation, a councilor of Goransha, a member of the Bunkyo Ward Calligraphy Federation, and an administrator of the Shōyu Calligraphy Association.

<Award history>
In addition to being selected for the Nitten (Japanese Art Exhibition), which is said to be the most difficult calligraphy competition, he was also awarded the highest public award at the Yomiuri Calligraphy Exhibition (Special Selection), the Kenshin Calligraphy Exhibition (Special Selection Kenshin Award), and Bunkyo Ward's highest award, the Mayor's Award. He has won awards at numerous exhibitions such as.

・November 2019: Selected Ceramic Seal Exhibition by Golansha, Nishinuinsha Museum of Ink Studies (Hangzhou, China)
・September 2021 Ci Chong Youth Education and Culture Festival (Hong Kong)
・July 2022 Group exhibition “0” Gallery Concept 21 (Omotesando, Tokyo)

<Media publications, writings, etc.>
・“Shōyu Calligraphy Manual (Practical Calligraphy Edition)” 2020 ・“The Fun of Seal Engraving for Children” Yomiuri Shimbun Evening Edition Page 2 Imakaze April 16, 2021


Rinka Kachi

Born in 1986. Real name: Sayuri.
Started learning calligraphy at the age of 6 and became a master of calligraphy at the age of 19. At the age of 23, he encountered ink painting (Nanga). While writing calligraphy, he also draws ink paintings. While feeling the traditional realm where formality and dignity are valued, he uses his brushes to respond to people's wishes. There are “people” behind the work. With this in mind, I continue to create works that are close to people.

Kenshin Calligraphy Exhibition, Excellent Award, Yomiuri Calligraphy Exhibition, Selected Award, Studied under Mr. Kamikago Tanushi

<Ink painting>
Solo exhibition held (Shibuya)
Ena City Art Exhibition City Exhibition Award (Gifu)
Nakatsugawa Citizen Exhibition Chairman's Award (Gifu)
Solo exhibition held (Nagoya Sakae Mitsukoshi)
Online lesson instructor (Tokyo, London)
Hotel Shio-no-Yu Onsen Rengetsu Works provided (Nasushiobara City, Tochigi Prefecture)
Received the Encouragement Award at the 9th Maeda Seison Memorial Grand Prize Exhibition

<Ink painting>


Specializing in delicate and dynamic works, he writes in a variety of fonts, from basic block script to ancient script written 3,000 years ago. Based on traditional calligraphy rooted in the classics, he pursues the beauty of white space and space, and expresses Japan's unique "ma" using "stillness" and "motion." In order to spread the appeal of calligraphy around the world, he provides his works to various countries.

Received the “Special Kenshin Award” at the 82nd Kenshin Calligraphy Exhibition (twice since then)
Received the ``Recommended Advisor Award'' at the 83rd Kenshin Calligraphy Exhibition Received the ``Excellent'' award at the 37th Yomiuri Calligraphy Exhibition (twice thereafter)
2022: Promoted to permanent director of Saikan Shoin



Calligrapher. Born in 1996. He started writing for the first time at the age of 5. Majored in calligraphy in high school and university. Learned the basics of calligraphy, historical and modern calligraphy for 7 years. Specializes in calligraphy and works with a wide range of calligraphy. While respecting the classics, he is particular about the support and colors of his works, creating works that blend in with modern spaces.

``I want to share calligraphy, a traditional Japanese culture, with the world.''

In order to realize this desire, he is currently exploring new forms of calligraphy that go beyond the traditional framework of calligraphy.

Japanese calligraphy exhibition outstanding selected writers

2021 Calligrapher Koho “EXHIBITION vol.1” first solo exhibition (TOKYO)
Yusuke Hamamoto x Koho Bonsai x Calligraphy joint exhibition (TOKYO)

NEWoMan Shinjuku event appearance (TOKYO)
NFT art toy collaboration production (TOKYO)
0 Exhibition Group Exhibition (TOKYO)

In addition to creating NFT art toy collaborations and body painting works, we also provide works to restaurants, beauty salons, etc.



Born in Osaka in 1997. Graduated from Musashino Art Graduate School of Art and Design, Japanese Painting Course in 2021. Both Musashino Art University and graduate school graduation works won the Excellence Award. Many group exhibitions mainly in Tokyo. I create Japanese paintings using things around me as motifs.

〇2018 18th Fukuchiyama City Sato Taisei Prize Public Art Exhibition Sato Taisei Prize 2019
Selected for FACE2019 Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Art Award
Selected for Seed Yamatane Art Museum Japanese Painting Award 2019 29th Scholarship from Sato International Culture Foundation Graduated from Musashino Art University 2020
Solo exhibition “Kuji” (Kutudo/Tokyo)
Solo exhibition “mass” (Ishikawa Gallery/Tokyo)
〇In 2022, solo exhibitions will be held in two locations at the same time “◎ (Nijuumaru)” (Art Space Rashinban/Tokyo) “◯ (Maru)” (REIJINSHA GALLERY/Tokyo)


▼Goods information

Zero Exhibition Original Long T-shirt ¥8,800 (TAX IN)

An original T-shirt with each character selected from the works on display.
<Limited quantity> 2023 original tag included

[Event overview]
Event name: Exhibition Zero Creation New Culture Period: January 2, 2023 (Monday) to January 15, 2023 (Friday) 10:00 - 21:00 (until 20:00 on the last day)
Venue: +ART GALLERY, Shibuya Scramble Square Shop & Restaurant 14F (2-24-12 Shibuya, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo 150-0002)
Online Store: (Works can be purchased and will also be sold online during the period!)
Participating artists: Ryoka Kawauchi, Rinka Kachi, Akiyu, Koho, Teranoha


+ART GALLERY (hereinafter referred to as "our gallery") is a POP UP GALLERY that operates in commercial facilities/department stores, etc. all over Japan. Last year, it opened for 6 months from March 1, 2021, and has about 10 projects to experience art from various angles, including exhibitions that cast not only contemporary artists such as Nanae Mitobe, but also artists from other industries such as Niina Ai. The we. At our gallery, which emphasizes openness and ease of entry, we plan and produce exhibitions and sales events not only in-house but also in collaboration with people from various business sectors, with the aim of discovering and nurturing artists and collectors.

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