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Noriko Asaoka
Abstract Paintings Artist

Without thinking anything ...
I draw because I want to draw.

My Story

When I was sleepless for a whole night, I took pastel paints in front of some white drawing paper. 


Without  thinking anything, I applied my favourite colour pastel paint to the paper. 

Something that had been hidden in my heart came to life through my fingers. 


When I found that my mind could be released through pastel art, I became deeply attracted to finger painting.    


At the moment when I expressed the human voices of body and soul in another form,  I felt as though I was conveying the emotions of beings from a different planet.

Photograph    / Noriko Asaoka

From Noriko Asaoka

Pont de Rêve


Pont de Rêve means ‘Bridge of Dreams’.

We will be a bridge for your dreams through our activities, such as painting, music, fashion, fragrances, events, travel, furniture, and the creation of living spaces.

The special people at Autorêve  will work with you to plan unique events, make original goods, and produce art spaces.

I hope more of your kind of flowers will bloom, because they are surely flowers named ‘dream.’ 

I want to share many things with everybody.                                 

                                                 Noriko Asaoka 

pont de reve, noriko asaoka, 浅岡紀子浅岡紀子

Autorêve buys and sells  old French and Italian cars.

Through the old cars, we hope to enhance cherished, nostalgic senses; we also want the people who engage in a relationship with us to achieve their dreams. Consequently, we aim to create a space where each person can experience their most treasured feelings. 

Ten years have passed since we started Autorêve, and a large circle of patrons has been established. 

 "Oneday Autorêve" 


There is nothing in particular special about this, it is merely the scenery of daily life at Autorêve. Autorêve’ creates such a feeling.

I hope you like it!

"Night & Day"

Many unpredictable things occur during people’s lives.

Do you occasionally feel the power of something you cannot see?

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