Public Art in Japan

Daibutsu, Kamakura, Japan, public artJapan, "the land of the rising sun", is a country in East Asia.  Japan is an archipelago made up of 6,852 islands, with the four largest being Honshu, Hokkaido, Kyushu and Shikoku. It was during the 1980's and 1990's, when Japan's economy was booming, that most of the country's public art projects were commissioned.

Public Art in Kanagawa


Public art in Kamakura - featuring ; Diabutsu,


Public art in Yokohama -featuring ; Box People sculpture, Cattle Drinking Trough Memorial, Copy of Little Girl With Red Shoes, Doll statue, Fantaisie statue, Girl Scouts MemorialGirl statue, Guardian of the Water statue,Indian Memorial FountainJapan's First Gaslight Memorial, Little Girl With Red Shoes statue, Monument to Ice Cream, Renjo Shimo-oka memorial, Richard Henry Brunton memorial, Seagull Harp sculpture, Silk and Woman statueThis Today sculpture, Trunk Towards the Unknown, Zangiri Memorial,

Public Art In Hokkaido 

Public art in Hakodate - featuring ; Fairy of Hakodate - Summer statueOyako sculpture,


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