Odawara Station "Paean for Odawara"

Ceramic Relief

Ceramic Relief "Paean for Odawara" / Original Painter : Tsurutaro Kataoka / Center of Arc Road (East-West free passage), Odawara Station / Installed on December, 2003

Production Scene

Commentary

It was installed in commemoration of the renewal opening of Odawara station building in the autumn of 2003. To make it suitable for Odawara where people's warmth can be felt as a lodging town in Tokaido, we asked Mr. Kataoka to create it with the theme of the sea and nature in Odawara. It is a paean for Odawara, since there are a scorpionfish, a parrot fish, a searobin, a horse mackerel, a sardine, a squid, a lobster and a flounder, which are in the sea, and cherry blossoms, plum blossoms and mandarin oranges, which are related with Odawara, drawn on it.

Data

Original PainterTsurutaro Kataoka PlannerJapan Traffic Culture Association
LocationCenter of Arc Road (East-West free passage), Odawara Station Map ProducerModern Mural Arts Institute (currently CREARE Studio)
Installed on December, 2003 News
TypeCeramic Relief
SizeAbout 3.0m × 15.0m
KeywordsThe Sea in Odawara

Data

Original PainterTsurutaro Kataoka
LocationCenter of Arc Road (East-West free passage), Odawara Station Map
Installed on December, 2003
TypeCeramic Relief
SizeAbout 3.0m × 15.0m
KeywordsThe Sea in Odawara
PlannerJapan Traffic Culture Association
ProducerModern Mural Arts Institute (currently CREARE Studio)
News

Map

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