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
*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