Home to numerous museums, temples, shopping areas, and a large zoo, Ueno is one of the most popular districts in Tokyo. For those visiting the district, bypassing this strange mural near the entrance/exit of the area station is sure to captivate the curious eye.
Created by Japanese-Mexican artist Luis Nishizawa, this public art piece titled “Fugetsu En’nen” (“Revelrous Dance of Wind and Moon”) depicts a young boy emerging from the gaping mouth of a koi fish, reaching for a colorful pinwheel.
|A Japanese Elementary School Lunch Themed Restaurant||2017||0.9km||site_ao|
|Metropolitan Festival Hall||1957||0.3km||site_brutalism|
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