Not wanting to blindly follow the normal patterns of calligraphy, Wada aims at exploring the new expressions of classical Japanese Calligraphy that can appeal to our aesthetic appreciation even outside of the settings of classical Japanese Calligraphy. Instead of siding with Japanese ‟avant-garde calligraphy”, almost formless formative art with Indian ink, his works retain the functional aspect of calligraphy, thus being more readable and comprehensive.
While those who receive the traditional training of calligraphy must go through rinsho, which is equivalent to the training of dessin in the old art academies, Wada tries to free himself of his long training and draw joyously and innocently like a child. Even so, the lines of characters should still be sophisticated, and the forms of the characters should be progressive but readable. This is the calligraphy style he wishes to achieve.