Seeing with their hands -- that is what young visually disabled artists did to create works for an ongoing exhibition at Gallery Tom.

Located in the quiet Shoto district of Shibuya Ward, Tokyo, Gallery Tom is the only art gallery in Japan that caters to the visually impaired by letting visitors touch the displays.

This summer, the exhibit "Boku-tachi no Tsukutta Mono 2005" ("The Things We Made 2005") features about 60 works made by children at schools for the blind from around Japan, including Tokyo and Hokkaido, Gifu and Fukuoka prefectures.