Catfish GPS art draws on earthquake-stricken area✨
A course of GPS art of a catfish drawing on the Tokyo Reconstruction Memorial Hall, which was severely damaged by the Great Kanto Earthquake.
The Tokyo Metropolitan Cenotaph is a cemetery that houses the remains of those who perished in the Great Kanto Earthquake that occurred on September 1, 1923. Originally named “Earthquake Memorial Hall,” it was renamed “Tokyo Metropolitan Cenotaph” to include the remains of those who died in the Tokyo air raids during the Pacific War.
As you may have guessed from the remains of those who were buried in this memorial hall, this area was severely damaged by the Great Kanto Earthquake and the Tokyo Air Raid. We hope you can experience the resilience of Tokyo, which recovered from the devastating damage.