Feb 13
Feb 14

Eye Candy

11:00am – 10:00pm

For two days only, nine of Tokyo’s leading underground artists welcome you into their world of soul-expanding visual bliss. Explore a landscape of sculpture, fine art, digital art and photography—there is something for everyone at Eye Candy.

To reduce occupancy, four artists will be exhibiting on Saturday and six will be exhibiting on Sunday.

The weekend of February 14th will be not only a weekend of innumerable chocolate boxes but a weekend of Eye Candy.


Eye Candy has taken every precaution to ensure a safe and enjoyable environment, including ventilation, distance shields, readily available alcohol (both kinds) at your fingertips, and mandatory masks.

Eye Candy is also a “hush-hush” event: whispering is mandatory.


Alcoholic and nonalcoholic drinks will be provided.


Everything is available for purchase. There will also be free stickers and merch avaialble.

Eye Candy artists

Saturday, February 13th

Sunday, February 14th

To prevent the spread of COVID-19, many events have been canceled. Always check official sites before heading to an event.

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