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Maywa Denki

Maywa Denki

Maywa Denki


Maywa Denki is a japanese art unit produced by Nobumichi Tosa. It was named after the company that his father used to run in bygone days. Its unique style is indicated by a term he uses: for example, each piece of Maywa Denki's work is called "a product" and a live performance or exhibition is held as "a product demonstration." The products produced so far include "NAKI Series" (fish-motif nonsense machines), "Tsukuba Series" (original musical instruments), and "Edelweiss" (flower-motif objet d'art). Read more on Last.fm
Maywa Denki is a japanese art unit produced by Nobumichi Tosa. It was named after the company that his father used to run in bygone days. Its unique style is indicated by a term he uses: for example, each piece of Maywa Denki's work is called "a product" and a live performance or exhibition is held as "a product demonstration." The products produced so far include "NAKI Series" (fish-motif nonsense machines), "Tsukuba Series" (original musical instruments), and "Edelweiss" (flower-motif objet d'art). Although Maywa Denki is known and appreciated as an artist, his promotion strategies are full of variety: exhibition, live stages, performances, producing music, videos, writing, merchandising toys, stationery, and electric devices. As Nobumichi is still looking for a new scheme for a different approach to the public, Maywa Denki now in earnest begins to extend its activities to overseas, holding exhibitions in Europe (Paris, London) and selling Na-Cord in the United States in 2001.

Maywa Denki was organized in 1993 as an art unit of two brothers, Masamichi and Nobumichi Tosa. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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