My Sky Hole by Bukichi Inoue is one of the many installation pieces at the Hakone Open Air Museum. It’s mirrored ball, suspended high above the beautiful terrain, provides an interesting selfie opportunity.
We love this abstract view of a part of Naum Gabo’s piece, Spheric Theme, at the Hakone Open Air Museum.
Niki de Saint Phalle’s colorful piece stands out against the vibrant green hills of Hakone. See this, and more, at the Hakone Open Air Museum.
The tunnel entrance to the Hakone Open Air Museum gives a glimpse of the art awaiting you in the expansive museum filled with contemporary installation art and sculpture. It features both Japanese and western artists and is often a highlight of a trip to Hakone.
Sound of Wind by Takao Tsuchida is one of the many, many contemporary art pieces beckoning you into a fuller exploration of the Hakone Open Air Museum.
The Hakone Open Air museum features installation art from around the world in a natural, mountain settings.
One of Yayoi Kusama’s beautiful and intricate pieces is on display at the new Forever Museum in the Gion area of Kyoto.
At the new Yayoi Kusama museum in Tokyo, even the bathrooms feature her signature dots that are seen on her famous pumpkins.
Ever wonder what those giant pumpkins in Japan are? They are famous and made by Yayoi Kusama. These famous pumpkins abound in Japan – this one is on the open rooftop of the Yayoi Kusama Museum in Shinjuku.