Distant Memory by Chiharu Shiota is located near the entrance of the village of Ko, on Teshima (on your right when coming from Ieura). It’s one of Art Setouchi‘s “veteran” artworks as it’s been around since the very first Setouchi Triennale, back in 2010. However, its age is showing, […]
This is what my first day on Ogiima of 2018 looked like: Toyotamahime Shrine. Whoops, I arrived to late for Hatsumode celebrations… Believe it or not, I had never been into that street before. Now, I think I’ve been into all the streets of the village… […]
If you’ve been to Takamatsu, you must have seen this sculpture located in the Sunport. I don’t really know anything about it except that it’s been there for as long as I’ve known Takamatsu and it’s one of the landmarks of the neighborhood.
The first real “big” post of the year is a retrospective, and I really can’t believe I hadn’t posted it already! Let’s go back in time, a bit more than a year and a half ago, on April 9th, 2016. That day, or rather that evening, one of the […]
Kasashima is one of the most beautiful villages of the Seto Inland Sea in my opinion. It is located on the east coast of Honjima and it’s quite tiny. No more than a handful of people live there full-time, but most of its houses are well-maintained even when the […]