As representative of UWS ENTERTAINMENT, GA☆KYO MIYAZAWA is the maverick of Japan’s typical aquatic scene, having utilized delicate yet daring ideas to pioneer a new aquarium style in which fish tanks are referred to as “water planets”.
He has an established reputation in various genres, including terrariums and biotopes, and has attracted a broad following of supporters through collaborative events with ceramic and musical artists that transcend genres.
The grace and beauty of his works are such that they captivate viewers’ hearts and minds, making them lose all track of time.
GA☆KYO’s “Japanese-style garden fish tanks” are adopted under the Tokyo Management Innovation and Manufacturing Plan.
The TANABATA SUISO (“Star Festival Fish Tank”) art installation is exhibited at Sunroute Plaza Tokyo.
A collaborative work between GA☆KYO and ceramic artist Omine Jissei is exhibited at Ginza Mitsukoshi Department Store.
The Japanese-style garden fish tank WAGOKORO (“Japanese Spirit”) art installation is exhibited at the “Oedo Goldfish Wonderland” event at the Sumida Aquarium.
Japanese-style garden fish tank RYUGU-JO (“Dragon Palace Castle”) art installation is exhibited at the WANO AKARI (“Japanesque Lights”) event at Meguro Gajoen.
A collage water tank is exhibited at the GranTokyo North Tower.
A collage water tank is exhibited at TOKYO SKYTREE.
The Japanese-style garden fish tank WAGOKORO (“Japanese Spirit”) art installation is displayed at Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Head Office
The SAMURAI “KYOTO GOLDFISH LEGEND” art installation is exhibited in the WoW KINGYO ASOBI (“WoW Goldfish at Play”) display at the Kyoto Aquarium.
The OEDO ONSEN KINGYO MONOGATARI 2018—NATSU NO JIN (“Oedo Hot Springs Resort Goldfish Tale 2018—Summer Campaign”) is held at the Minoh Kanko Hotel.
The “Kingyo Matsuri Art Exhibition” is held at OEDO ONSEN MONOGATARI in Odaiba, Tokyo.
MANGEKYO SHICHIHENGE (“Kaleidoscope’s Seven Changes”) is held at OEDO ONSEN MONOGATARI URAYASU MANGEKYO.