Mariko Mori ※Currently closed※

Tom Na H-iu is an ancient Celtic site of spiritual transmigration where souls are considered to spend a long time until the next migration. Inspired by this legend and the fact that ancient humans have built standing stones in many places all over the world, Mariko Mori created a new monument that symbolizes life and death in our time. 

Artworks:Tom Na H-iu
Artist: Mariko Mori   Photo: Osamu Nakamura

Closed *Currently closed
*For more information, please see Open Days Calendar.
Hours 10:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Admission ¥300  *free for children 15 and under
Viewing Time 30 minutes
Group Visits (10 people and more) Reservation not required
Parking Please park near Mariko Mori bus stop.
Please be careful not to block a bus
Inquiry 0879-68-3555(Teshima Art Museum)
Address 37 Abu, Ieura, Teshima, Tonosho-cho, Shozu-gun, Kagawa 7614661 Japan
Access From Ieura Port
  About 15 minutes by electric bicycle
  About 7 minutes by bus, get off at Mariko Mori
  bus stop