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Time Out in Naoshima

A moment in time. What does it mean? While art and sculpture can express itself in three dimensions, how do we articulate the fourth dimension, something as intangible, yet essential to nature and the human existence?

Lee Ufan Museum, Naoshima

On the 'art island' of Naoshima in Japan's Kagawa prefecture, the Lee Ufan Museum showcases this Korean artist, whose simple yet striking works create a feeling of calm and relaxation.

Naoshima Art House Project

Seven empty houses in Honmura village on Japan's 'art island' of Naoshima have been renovated and transformed into works of art, incorporating painting and sculpture into the existing structures

Chichu Art Museum

The museum’s namesake is the amalgamation of two Japanese words, “earth” and “middle”, with the majority of the exhibits displayed under the earth.

Konpira-san, Kagawa

Konpira-san is a Shinto shrine in the town of Kotohira in Kagawa, Shikoku. It sits on top of Mount Zozu and provides great views as well as interesting historic buildings