Year: 2019

Takashi Hamazaki Concert in Eniwa

This year marks the 30th anniversary since FLYING KIDS started their carrier. Takashi Hamazaki, the lead vocalist of the group will come and play in Eniwa.


Followed by the gig at our exhibition in Sapporo in 2018, this is our second time to have Mr. Hamazaki playing for us. The venue is going to be a renovated old farmer’s house, Tomo no Ie 2, which Murakami spent 3 years fixing, involving his friends. It has opened to a group of 30 to 40 people for events and concerts since 2018.

So don’t miss this special opportunity to see Mr. Hamazaki and our “Shake (Salmon Box) instruments” collaborate! We are looking forward to seeing you in Eniwa.


Takashi Hamazaki Solo Tour “LIFE WORKS LIVE since 2011 / Never Ending Solo Journey” – Hokkaido Special First Part – Volume. 153


Date : Sunday, July 7th, 2019

Time : 7pm (Doors open 6pm)

Admission : 4600 yen (Without drinks) * Tickets are available at Lawson (L code: 11866)

* Admission is free for preschool children.

* No charge for one preschool child per one adult unless the child needs a seat.

* Free parking lot is available beside the venue. Public transportation is also available.



Management : MORROW

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Takashi Hamazaki Official Website :


Talking for “FULOCAL” at public bath!

We are invited to have a talk for a newly launched project “FULOCAL” produced by Hokkaido Hakuhodo.


FULOCAL offers opportunities for wide range of people to have academic and cultural experiences, using the lobby and changing rooms at a public bath. Public bath in Japan used to function as a place for social gatherings in each community. However, the number of public bathes in Sapporo has declined from 143 to 39 in the last 20 years. This project aims to reconsider its unique features and come up with new ideas with the local people.

Let’s have an “Ichiban Buro (being the first one into the bath tab)” together after our one-hour talk session.

(Don’t forget to bring your own towels!)


Date : Sunday, April 7th, 2019 1pm – 2pm (Doors open 12.30pm)

Venue : Fuku no Yu

Address : Shin Kotoni 7-6-6-1, Kita-ku, Sapporo)

Admission : 1010 yen (Including bath)

Capacity : 30 people



Hosted and produced by Shin Dosanko Kenkyujo

Website : http;// *The details and submission form are available on the website.

ARAMAKI in Asahikawa


We are delighted to announce that ARAMAKI will be the first set exhibited at Cagicacco gallery. Based in the center of Asahikawa, Cagicacco deals with finding and blushing up products manufactured in rural areas through graphic design and branding.

In addition to our representative products – Shake Bag and Shakelele –, there will be a number of collaboration products with the team, such as furniture, T-shirts and bags with letters and logos printed by the box-printing plates. We are also going to have an opening reception on the first day so come drop by!


Date : Saturday, March 2nd – Saturday, March 16th, 2019

Opening Hours : 10am – 5pm

Venue : At the gallery space in Cagicacco

Address : YMS 2/F, 7-31-24, 6 Jyo-Dori, Asahikawa, Hokkaido (In front of Asahikawa Post Office)


Opening Reception : Saturday, March 2nd, 2019 5pm – 7pm

Admission : 1500 yen (Free for Children aged under 15)

Drinks and salmon curry cooked by Shikagawa will be served during the reception.



Hosted by Cagicacco

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E-mail : (To Yamada)

ARAMAKI homepage, completed!

Homepage has been completed that has been preparing for some time!

How do we meet salmon boxes and how they face each other?
It is the role of this site to tell everyone what ARAMAKI does and it seems to be simple and it wants to do.
It was not easy to express it with visuals and texts, but I met with my friends who support me while continuing activities, so I was able to make it in this way.

I think that information such as future events and exhibitions will be sent from Facebook and Instagram centering on the homepage.
We are glad if you can see the site to every corner.


Tomohiko Murakami
Shinya Shikagawa

Edit|Yoko Kawamura
Art Direction & Design|Shin Sasaki・Manami Ishida(3KG)
Photos / Videos|Mihoko Tsujita
Translation|Mihoko Tsujita、Jon Cartwright

Special Thanks|Michiko Murakami、Yoko Shikagawa