This is the work of Tadao Ando, a master architect in Japan, or is he always in the style of using exposed concrete materials in large quantities, with simple geometry, smooth and clean walls, and no decoration, but the interior space is rich in variations. It has an unexpected effect, and the cross design of that light reminds one of his other works of the Church of Light. In short, I like the work of Tadao Ando's not to be missed.
The water church in Hokkaido is also a very famous church in the region, and it is a very foreign missionary church, but it is still worth seeing because it is different from the traditional shrine in the mainland of Japan.
The Church of Water is in the famous Hoshino Resort Tomamu. How do you say this place... It is a one-stop place for eating, drinking and having fun. The resort hotel, of course, has to host some prospective couples who have money to bring relatives to the mountains for weddings. Japanese weddings are more westernized and need a church, but they are not completely Westernized and not solemn at all. Therefore, this church designed by Tadao Ando 30 years ago, which is more ornamental than practical, came into being. Come here to get married or Photographs are perfect. If you don’t care about religion, tourists can also take a break in other festive places and have an eye addiction.
The Church of Water is very good. This church is located by a lake and has a very rich and huge landscape. Otherwise, the whole of the church is very interesting. You can still see a very graceful landscape here.
[Scenery] The integrated scenery is beautiful
[Fun] very interesting
Something you could do to kill time at night. Nothing spectacular as tou can tell rrom pictures.
The opening hours of the Church of Water in summer are different from those in winter. The floor-to-ceiling glass is only fully opened from May to November. As the glass slowly opens, you can feel Tadao Ando’s concept of "Symbiosis with Nature". The surrounding white birch forest and the blue sky and white clouds of Hokkaido are reflected on the water.