The corridor of a Japanese-style building built in the park stretched straight. Although the sunlight came through the paper window, it was dim.
When I walked, I found many photographs hung on the wall. They were photographs of Japanese castles. I wondered why they were hung there. This park was built on a site where Takamatsu caste was. Yet I didn't know the relation between them. Perhaps, they were hung to remind people this place was a former castle.
|Nov 2007 ARCHITECTURE KAGAWA
|CORRIDOR HOUSE PAPER DOOR PARK TAKAMATSU
November 3, 2007
January 4, 2024
CANON EOS 1V