Yuki Hamanaka

浜中 悠樹

Aesthetic Sense of The City


The subject of "Aesthetic Sense of The City" is the pruned trees planted in various Japanese cities. In Japan, the pruning of planted trees is an established means of coexistence and prosperity with nature. The shapes of the pruned trees change as they are influenced by the surrounding environment and the culture of the region where they take root. It can be said to be a visualization of the aesthetic sense of the city that has been built up over the years.


18:00 - 20:00

Admission free

Open: 4/22-4/30 18:00〜20:00 on weekdays / 13:00〜18:00 on Sat. Sun. National holidays


275-1, Sugiyamachi , Shimogyo-ku , Kyoto

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