Her most recent project is a set of painted shells. They are used in kaiawase, a game played by women in Heian period of Japanese history, which lasted from 794 to 1185 AD. The Metropolitan Museum of Art describes the game:
To play the game, a number of shells are divided between two boxes. One group is taken out and then matched one at a time to the halves from the second box. Pairs of related scenes from the Tale of Genji and other romances are painted on the inside of the shells as clues.