The envelope was sent from Shimamoto Shozo to Fierens Luc in 1990 from Japan to Belgium. The envelope is enriched with rubber-stamps — Head Art with Handa Mayumi: «SAVE KAMI. Kami means paper, hair. God in Japanese». It contains three different pages: the first is an original letter — Shimamoto thanks Fierens for sending him some “sand” of a performance that he saw in 1990 at National Gallery Of Modern Art in Rome; the second page is a printed poster a documentation about a welcome performance of the NATO Group with Shimamoto; the third page is another performance’s documentation — Swimming Shozo; Arctic Circle.