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2015/05/29


'Kamikoide Auto' Diorama by Takashi Ohta Conveys Atmosphere of Showa-Era Days in Local Town, with Small Garage at Center of Nostalgic Scene

(Jiji Press)




     Highlighting six 'superhuman' handicraft masters, a contemporary Japanese art exhibition called 'God Hands Nippon' was held at Meguro Gajoen's Hyakudan Kaidan hall, a cultural asset designated by the Tokyo metropolitan government. The exhibition, the first of its kind at the hall, showcased more than 100 pieces of work by 'Diorama King' Takuji Yamada, 'Bead Art Princess' Miho Kanaya, 'Paper Craft Wizard' Takashi Ohta, '3-D Papercutting Princess' SouMa, 'Perspective Master' Hidefumi Shimaki and 'Paper Architect' Hiroko.


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