January 25-27, 2005: Arts everywhere in Tokyo
|Haneda Airport's new terminal is filled with fine arts like this. The elevator tubes face to an object made from Japanese paper, making a good contrast.|
|I took a Keikyuu train to Shinagawa station and found a wonderful tile embedded in the floor. The design was of the zero point of the line and Keikyuu line pattern stretched to Miura peninsula. uKEIKYU
LINE 0km POINT 1988]
|Even overhead power lines make artistic pattern together with right-angled skylines of the buildings in the winter sky.|
|Large snow flakes filled the landscape on 26th morning.|
|Tulip flowers welcome the guests at the entrance of the building in which three days session will be held.|
|I took a walk around the building called tomorrow House designed by famous architect Frank lloyed Wright(1869-1959) in 1921 as a part of Jiyu Gakuen campus founded by Yoshikazu and Motoko Hani. The building was designated as a national important cultural property in 1997.
|This is the hall designed by Arata Endou and completed in 1927. it was designated as a national important asset in 1997 as well.
|The design is unique together with Tomorrow House featuring good window design./TD>|
|Bare twigs make distinct silhouette against winter sky.|
|Small buds have started to swell.|
|Another stone awl monument.|
|I returned back to Haneda Air port after the session. The painting on the ceiling is very good./TD>|
|Escalators are the part of art.|
|i took a short rest.|