• Born 1980 in Kanagawa, Japan. Graduated from Meiji Gakuin University, Faculty of Economics and Kuretake Acupuncture and Moxibustion Juvenile Therapy College. In 2009, he opened the acupuncture and moxibustion clinic TAIU, and in 2015, he founded and became the representative of the Association for Utilization of Ebihara Shoten, which preserves the building of the store and house that was his father's family home while making use of it. His main activities include photographer Harumichi Saito's exhibition "The Myth 2nd" and Naoya Aoki's series of contemporary dance events “EBILAB.” He has lectured at Chiyoda Lifelong Learning College and the Japan Institute of Architects.

  • Artist and actor born in Hyogo and based in Tokyo. In her artistic practice, she uses her own body in playful ways through chatting, DIY and performance. Endo's practice is based on queer feminist theory and her research on various materials including historical folktales, teen-comics and Fan-Fiction, and the marriage system and the laws that regulate freedom of expression. Her solo exhibitions include "Harboring a Burning Passion" at Satellite Gallery SA-KURA at Aichi University of the Arts (2021), and theater performances include "I Am Not a Feminist!” at Festival/Tokyo 17 (2017). Selected group shows include “Feminisms” at 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa (2021), “Rules?” at 21 21 DESIGN SIGHT (Tokyo, 2021). In 2018, she launched the queer feminist art zine Multiple Spirits with critic/curator Mika Maruyama. They have organized the exhibition "When It Waxes and Wanes” at Vereinigung bildender Künstlerinnen Österreichs (VBKÖ) (Vienna, 2019).