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A misty archway artwork that leads to a beautiful Japanese temple

Arc ZERO is an art installation from this year's Japan Alps Art Festival in Omachi. It heightens the Japanese experience of komorebi, a word that roughly means "sunlight filtering through trees." (more…)
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