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Ishigaki Airport "Yaima, where lives shine"

Stained Glass

Stained Glass "Yaima, where lives shine" / Original Painter : Yuko Tamanaha / Check-in lobby on 2nd floor (West side), Passenger Terminal Building, Ishigaki Airport / Installed on March 7, 2014

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Commentary

This public art work "Yaima, where lives shine" is a "stained glass" made with the original painting by Mr. Yuko Tamanaha, who is from Ishigaki Island, the local, and a holder of Important Intangible Cultural Property "Bingata" (a living national treasure). And the thought of "Yaima, where all lives including the sea and mountains shine receiving the strong sunshine, is the island where the visitors can also shine" is expressed with "vivid colors" and "delicate forms" of Bingata which Okinawa has raised.
We hope this stained glass "Yaima, where lives shine" will be a new symbol of the new Ishigaki Airport and be loved with familiality forever while giving relaxation and moisture to everyone going and leaving through the sky entrance of Ishigaki.

Data

Original PainterYuko Tamanaha PlannerJapan Traffic Culture Association
LocationCheck-in lobby on 2nd floor (West side), Passenger Terminal Building, Ishigaki Airport Map ProducerCREARE Atami-Yugawara Studio
Installed on March 7, 2014 News
TypeStained Glass
Size7.2m × 3.4m
KeywordsYaima

Data

Original PainterYuko Tamanaha
LocationCheck-in lobby on 2nd floor (West side), Passenger Terminal Building, Ishigaki Airport Map
Installed on March 7, 2014
TypeStained Glass
Size7.2m × 3.4m
KeywordsYaima
PlannerJapan Traffic Culture Association
ProducerCREARE Atami-Yugawara Studio
News

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