The second floor, comprised of many small and mid-sized rooms connected
by one spacious room, held the most amount of exhibitions by artists.
There were individually isolated presentations in the small rooms and large murals shared
by many artists on the long walls of the big room.
Each artist represented a different background and traces of various artistic fields
could be found here and there: photography, tanka [traditional thirty one-syllable poetry],
manga, illustration, party decoration, club culture, skating culture, street art, live painting, media art, etc..
It could very well be tanka that deserves special mentioning.
Reaching far beyond the second floor, letters from these poems that were made mostly from cut outs,
could be found all over the building walls, at times written in reverse,
as if seen through a mirror, bringing smiles to the faces of people.