On the trip to Lake Toya, unfortunately, the travel time was limited to a short stay here, and the weather was not so good, so I had to pat the sculptures by the lake and left.
In fact, Shikotsu Toya National Park is very large, and there are many activities from April to October and February. Nice view~
There are a total of 58 statues by the Dongting Lake, which fully demonstrate the integration of nature and fine arts. It is called a Wild Sculpture Park where people and nature come into contact. The huge bronze face in Figure 1 is called "Moon No Light." Why it is called this name is not clear. In short, the artist's thinking is not easy for ordinary people to figure out. The female bronze statue in Figure 2 is called "Sun no Sange", which is also a bit obscure.
It’s hard to tell where the sculpture park is. There are many statues of different shapes around Lake Toya. They come in different shapes, and according to the tour guide, some of the statues here were made by some well-known sculptor
Along the shore of Lake Toya are dotted with sculptures of various themes. Among them, there is an old man sitting on a bench with his back to the lake, blowing a saxophone, and a sculpture of a pigeon standing on his head, which strongly attracts people and is peaceful. , A sense of ease emerges spontaneously!
The sculptures on the shores of Lake Toya are very interesting. They are of the type of urban sketches. The sculptures are exquisite, reflecting the characteristics of Lake Toya in the back. Many tourists take photos and take photos. Lake Toya is really worth a visit.
Preston_Dominguez: 1 Toyakoonsen, Toyako, Abuta District, Hokkaido 049-5721
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Toyako Volcano Science Museum,Toyako Kisen,Shikotsu-Toya National Park,Usuzan Hunka Kinenkouen,Nishiyama Crater Promenade