This paper proposes a technique to reconstitute a lipid bilayer membrane by injecting an air bubble onto the raptured spot. Our group has been studying the artificial bilayer that can host membrane proteins and can be a fundamental to analyze their functions. The only drawback of the lipid bilayer formed at the interface of two water-in-oil droplets is its sustainability, namely, the bilayer often collapses and the droplets merges by the disturbance like self-exerted oscillation or sloshing. To overcome this issue, the newly proposed technique utilizes a bubble at approximately 4μL in volume. When the bubble is injected and retracted, the new artificial bilayer is reconstituted. The major advantage of this technique is the in-situ reconstitution of the bilayer during the electrical measurement of the membrane proteins. The proposed technique was successfully verified by confirming the emergence of nanopore membrane proteins.