Art, Culture, Food, Guest House, Itabashi, Japan, New Year, Photography, Tokyo, Travel

Japan|13/14 : Goodbye Itabashi!


07.00 AM in Itabashi. Last morning peek from our Airbnb. We will check out today and moved to our last place to sleep. Actually we should check out yesterday. We totally booked the wrong date! Fortunately, Tyga, our kind host, he allowed us to sleep for another night (with the payment of course!) but we need to spend more money that we budgeted for the trip. 😦

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Kimono Forest accidentally found when we were wondering around Randen Asahiyama Station. We saw some glass pillars with pretty kimonos inside which leads us to rows of other 600pcs glass pillars.


The photo above taken before we went to the bamboo groove. We thought that it will be a lot prettier when the sky is getting darker. So we went here back from the bamboo groove.

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Arashiyama, Art, Culture, Japan, Kyoto, Photography, Travel

Japan | 5/14 : Kimono Forest



Remember Tadao Ando? I went to Ibaraki to visit the Church of Light. This time, I went to visit Garden of Fine Art Kyoto. It is an open-air fine art museum that displays near-life sized reproductions of famous masterpieces on porcelain panels.

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Art, Culture, Japan, Kyoto, Travel

Japan | 5/14 : Garden of Fine Arts Kyoto

Art, Bandung, Culture, Indonesia, Photography, Travel

Bandung | 4/5 : Wot Batu


Wot Batu located not very far from Selasar Sunaryo. You can reach Wot Batu less than a minute walk from Selasar Sunaryo. We did not know that Wot Batu is also Pak Sunaryo’s work before we ask the security outside. The security was very friendly and helpful. We decided to park our motorbike to heal our disappointment from Selasar Sunaryo. Admission fee is Rp 50,000 / person included with tour guide. The tour guide only available every an hour, lucky for us it was 12PM when we reach there. There were no one there so it was a private tour for us. 🙂

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Art, Bandung, Coffee, Culture, Food, Indonesia, Travel

Bandung | 4/5 : Selasar Sunaryo


Selasar Sunaryo is an art space own by Pak Sunaryo. It exhibits Pak Sunaryo’s selected sculptures and also his installations. As an art space, Selasar Sunaryo not only exhibit his works but also held activities that related to art by exhibits temporary exhibitions of Indonesia and international artists’ works.

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Nu Art is a sculpture park owned by Nyoman Nuarta, one of the most popular sculptor in Indonesia. Opened in 2000, Nu Art exhibits his works from earlier career until current works. His most popular sculpture is Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK) in Bali which still on going until now.


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Art, Bandung, Culture, Indonesia, Travel

Bandung | 3/5 : Nu Art by Nyoman Nuarta

Art, Culture, Daily Life, Events, Exhibition, Indonesia, Jakarta, Photography, Travel

Art | Museum MACAN


Museum of Modern And Contemporary Art in Nusantara or shortened as Museum MACAN (macan means tiger in bahasa Indonesia), is recently opened a few months ago in Jakarta.

It was born by Yayasan Museum MACAN, a non-profit foundation.

‘Art Turns World Turns’ is the current exhibition since it’s opening on November 7th.

I visited here because the infamous installation by Yayoi Kusama ‘Infinity Mirrored Room‘. I couldn’t make it to visit her exhibition in Singapore this year. 😦 So this was a very good chance to see her art!

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