- Progress in the restoration of "Wolf pictures" undertaken by Tokyo Geijutsu Daigaku: article in Kahoku Shimpo (2015/4/16)
Exhibition “Reviving Ofunato”: article in Iwate Nippo. (2015/3/16)
- Tohkai Shimpo local news report (2015/02/17)
- Maps are now included on article pages. (2015/02/17）
- It is now possible to leave a comment. (2015/02/07）
- Report in Yomiuri Shimbun (Miyagi prefecture version). (2015/01/31）
- Update of the events page (2015/01/20）
“Landscape and the mind, a project for creating scenery”.
This is a project which aims to retain the fragmented memories of the homes and scenery that was lost in the Tohoku region before the disaster; these will be reproduced through video and art representation. The foundation of our culture is the landscape that remains forever in our hearts, but we intend to preserve the long nurturing history of the area as well as the harmony between man and nature.
In order for us to revive that memory and for us all to move forward and re-build we would like to offer tips and contributions.
Tokyo Geijutsu Daigaku Public Collaboration Center – Professor Junji Ito
Kengo KumaArchitect. Teacher at Tokyo University. Guest Professor at Tokyo Geijutsu Daigaku. Nakagawa-machi Bato Hiroshige Museum of Art, Suntory Museum of Art, Nezu Museum, GINZA KABUKIZA (co-designer of the Mitsubishi Estate), others. Architecture and humans alike are part of the scenery. In the absence of scenery, a stage for life, people cannot continue their existence. […]
Today, on March 11th, four years have passed since the Great East Japan Earthquake that caused an enormous amount of damage to the Tohoku area. While collecting materials of scenery and memories of the people, we have met and heard stories from many people affected by the disaster. We heard about life since the earthquake, […]
Grown in the warm and cold currents The most northern part of Japan’s Nori is famous for its color, gloss and aroma which is among the finest quality goods Sanriku is one of the world’s three biggest fishing grounds and further sets itself apart by being the meeting point of the Oyashio and Kuroshio currents. […]
Unique appearance and outstanding taste The popular Hidden Bottom Fish Mainly caught near the town of Shichigama where it is locally referred to as “Hokke”. The body has a rugged appearance but, apart from the bones, every part of the fish is edible. The texture and taste is similar to that of Fugu (Puffer Fish) […]