GPS Art of a Tiger drawn on a Shrine in Suruga Province✨
Fuji Hongu Sengen Taisha is the headquarters of the Sengen Shrine, one of the approximately 1,300 shrines in Japan. It is said to have been built in 27 B.C. to appease the spirits of the mountain after the eruption of Mt. Fuji as its deity, making it a popular tourist spot in the area.
More than 250,000 people visit the shrine on the first three days of the year, making it one of the most popular spots for New Year’s visits in the prefecture. The course of the tiger GPS art is drawn around the downtown area from Fujinomiya Station to the shrine. Just enjoy it!
A PIONEER IN GPS ART.
1st work was authorized by Guinness World Records as “the Largest GPS Drawing”.
He is the only Japanese person to be featured in a Google documentary as an innovator. He is fascinated by the idea of drawing with GPS and has published more than 1,300 courses.