Element tells about the whole. The quality of one pearl is what determines the ultimate value of ring, earrings, or necklace. 180,000 pieces of pearls arranged in lunette shape dome referred to oyster shell, telling how pearl is the outcome of trying to defend itself from obstacles in the sea entering the shell. The setting allowed jeweler Tasaki’s guests to immerse themselves within the strings of pearls as if they were inside the cultivated pearl shell. Another achievement of Tasaki being the only Japanese jeweler to be certified as diamond cutter was presented in the form of faceted mirrored room where infinite reflections invited guests to lose themselves as if they were trapped inside the facet of diamond stone. Concept of paring down to the fundamental elements continue, with Berlin DJ Acid Pauli bringing in elements of sound by decomposing and remixing 60 years chronicle of Japanese music, while food artist Ayako Suwa reminded guests of the essential elements of Tasaki with her pearl inspired cuisine.