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Captain Tsubasa is a representative work by Mr. TAKAHASHI Yoichi, a manga artist. The manga “Captain Tsubasa” was made into an animated film, which grabbed the hearts of boys and girls and influenced them greatly worldwide. For this stained glass, Mr. TAKAHASHI drew a new original picture where
This stained glass is a collaboration by Mr. NAKANO Ryûshi, a stained glass artist, and Ms.FUJIOKA Chiyomi, a scholar of Ainu patterns. This work can be found displayed at the Shin Chitose Air Port, which is the gateway for Japanese and overseas tourists to Hokkaido. It’s placed near the securit
This work of metal sculpture and ceramic relief was inspired by an original picture drawn by Mr. Ryohei Miyata, a metal crafting artist.
In commemoration of the 90th anniversary of the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line, which was opened in 1927, and is Japan’s and the Asia’s first subway, the Metro Gi
This stained glass work is based on an original drawing by Mr. YONEBAYASHI Hiromasa, an animation film director and animation artist. This stained glass work was produced under his supervision.
The subject of this public work is a children’s kabuki performance on a festival float during th
This stained glass work is based on an original painting titled “The Sado Island Story" by Mr. MIYATA Ryohéi, a metal crafting artist, who was from the island of Sado. He has expressed the brilliant, colorful sense of this large Island located off the Northwest coast of Honshu. He has included th
This is the second of the two pair of stained glass works by Mr. Louis FRANSEN, the public artist. This one has been installed in the JR Haijima station which straddles Akishima and Fussa city—both in greater Tokyo.
Both works share a common theme—“ the abundantly clear flowing water of the
This is one of two pairs of stained glass art work by Mr. Louis FRANSEN, a public artist. It has been installed in the Japan Railway’s Haijima station. This station straddles two cities-- Akishima and Fussa city, both a part of greater Tokyo. The Tamagawa river flows through both cities.
This stained glass picture based on the original painting by Japanese painter, Mr. Reiji Hiramatsu who is called Modern Rimpa, meaning the modern disciple of the traditional Rimpa school of the Japanese painting originated in the 16th century, was mounted under his supervision on the walls of the