Otomo Trench was the base of what became the Sosei River, which divides Sapporo into east and west. We follow the footprints of Otomo Kametaro, who dug the 4 km-long irrigation canal in four months, and laid the foundations of the city.
Encountering coalmining heritage while travelling changed my life quite drastically. I wanted to express the beauty of abandoned structures fusing with nature.
Professionals from the north
Nishiyama Yuki’s work possesses a sense of vitality and intricacy that cannot be expressed simply.
This year sees the appearance of “HADO”, as well as other fun activities such as a huge model railway display, and delicious meals.Why not come and have fun?