10 STILL CRAZY nuclear power plants as seen in japanese
landscapes
Taishi Hirokawa

Shimogamo Shrine, Hosodono

STILL CRAZY nuclear power plants as seen in japanese
landscapes
広川 泰士

下鴨神社細殿

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未だその方法が見出されないまま、建築後、耐用年数40年で廃炉になり解体される運命にある原子力発電所。90年代初頭、象徴的な現代日本の風景として捉えた日本全国の原発風景を今再び。
A nuclear power plant's life span is around 40 years, for these huge facilities this is their destiny, the difficulty lay in how to demolish them and secure the safety of the sites after they are de-commissioned. This exhibition explores the landscapes of nuclear power in the beginning of 1990’s - these images are a symbolical image of Japan today.
  • 19 August 1993 Mihama fukui Pref.
    © Taishi Hirokawa
  • © 2014 Naoyuki Ogino
住所
〒606-0807
京都市左京区下鴨泉川町59
電話番号
075-781-0010
ウェブサイト
http://www.shimogamo-jinja.or.jp
開館時間
10:00-17:30
休館日
会期中無休
会場個別入場料
一般 ¥300/大学・中高生 ¥200
アクセス
京阪「出町柳駅」5番出口から参道まで徒歩5分
市バス「下鴨神社前」下車徒歩2分
「糺ノ森前」下車徒歩5分
Address
59 Shimogamo Izumikawa-cho,
Sakyo-ku, Kyoto, 606-0807
Telephone
0081-(0)75-781-0010
Web
http://www.shimogamo-jinja.or.jp
Opening hours
10:00-17:30
Closed
Open Everyday
Entrance fee
Adult: 300 yen/ Student: 200 yen
Access
Keihan Line: "Demachiyanagi Station" 5 minutes on foot to the Shrine grounds
from exit 5. (Exhibition held in the main complex).
Bus: "Shimogamo Jinja-mae" 2 minutes on foot
"Tadasunomori-mae" 5 minutes on foot