Sunshine City "Four Seasons in Edo"

Ceramic Relief

Ceramic Relief "Four Seasons in Edo" / Original Painter : Tamako Kataoka / West Entrance Outer Area, Sunshine City / Installed on November, 1978

Commentary

The title "Four Seasons in Edo" was decided because it would be suitable to decorate the entrance of a new landmark in Tokyo. About the work, Ms. Kataoka stated as follows. "Regarding the birth of a new landmark in Tokyo (Sunshine City), I was assigned to draw a mural art suitable for the title "Four Seasons in Edo", which was given to me. From Edo era, Sacred Mountain Fuji has appeared with its brave figure in the morning or the evening, as if it is the guardian god of this Tokyo. There is Fuji with snow at the New Year, Fuji with a Japanese pampas grass field or Fuji in a snowstorm with patience. All of them are important Fuji, which cannot be separated for Japanese. I drew Fuji, which purify and guard this Japan, with beautiful flowers in four seasons with my gratitude." (by Ms. Tamako Kataoka)

Data

Original PainterTamako Kataoka PlannerJapan Traffic Culture Association
LocationWest Entrance Outer Area, Sunshine City Map ProducerModern Mural Arts Institute (currently CREARE Studio)
Installed on November, 1978 NewsKATAOKA Tamako’s art work “The four seasons of Edo” Newly unveiled
TypeCeramic Relief
Size3.3m × 14.0m
KeywordsMount Fuji

Data

Original PainterTamako Kataoka
LocationWest Entrance Outer Area, Sunshine City Map
Installed on November, 1978
TypeCeramic Relief
Size3.3m × 14.0m
KeywordsMount Fuji
PlannerJapan Traffic Culture Association
ProducerModern Mural Arts Institute (currently CREARE Studio)
NewsKATAOKA Tamako’s art work “The four seasons of Edo” Newly unveiled

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