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Uploaded on Aug 5, 2011
New model to preserve existing cultural properties and create new legacies.
This is a joint project between Taizo-in and Kyoto University of Art and Design. The two main purposes are to preserve cultural properties and train a young artist. An unknown young painter will finish drawing up sixty-four fusuma-e* of the main hall of Taizo-in temple by the fall of 2013.
* Fusuma-e are the sliding paper screens that are used to divide up interior space in traditional Japanese building architecture.
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