"Yakusha-e" is a type of Ukiyo-e that depicts Kabuki actors.
The theme of this exhibition is "touching different cultures," and we have created a crossover of ancient and modern cultures. (There is an artwork in which a cat's pawpaw is hidden.)
There I was a painter named "Tonoken".
It is a space where those who have been guided from all places in all eras, known as the "time gap," meet.
Lost between time, they come to know different times and cultures and try to understand each other. They realize that even though they live in different times, cultures, and values, they are all living people just like themselves.
In order to preserve their image, "Tonoken" picks up his paintbrush.