Today was the opening day of the Setouchi Triennale 2013! It happened in the rain, and I didn’t attend any event because I had to work (bad timing), but worry not, I have a few days of vacation next week and you know where I’ll spend them.
This picture is pretty old (if I’m correct it dates from my first trip to Takamatsu in 2009) but this place – the Takamatsu Sunport Hall – hasn’t changed much since.
I have already shown you Takamatsu’s Red Lighthouse at night, a couple of times, but I’m not sure I’ve ever shown it to you during daytime. So here it is:
Let me introduce you to the Olive Line Ferry that links Takamatsu Sunport to Tonoshō on Shōdoshima. I haven’t taken it in a while, but with Spring being back and all, don’t be surprised if you see me on its board in the near future.
Shinji Ohmaki’s Liminal Air – core – is still in the Sunport and is not going anywhere anytime soon.
If you’re interested, I’ll tell you where to find them when you come to town.