Today, just a few pictures (and a video) of a Sunday spent in Takamatsu (it was Sunday, October 17th if you wonder).
During the three months that the Setouchi International Art Festival lasted there were a bunch of cultural events here and there associated to it, especially in Sunport and especially on weekends, such as this Taiko concert.
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Meon, the ferry to Ogijima and Megijima.
Usually, there are rarely more than a couple of dozens people taking it at a time.
But that was on a Sunday during the festival.
The outside walls of Tamamo-koen.
That day was well used indeed, as it is also the day that I officially started my coverage of the Setouchi International Art Festival with the visit of Noboru Tsubaki’s PROM – Prosthetic Restoration of Our Memory. And that’s not all as you’ll see in the next post (to be continued).