GPS art of a tiger drawn at a Nagasaki Kunchi shrine✨
This is a GPS art course featuring the steep ups and downs typical of Nagasaki. Although the distance is short, it is more strenuous than that. This course is recommended for those who are confident in mountain climbing and trail running.
This is one of Nagasaki’s representative shrines, founded in 1625 during the early Edo period. Immediately before that, during the Warring States Period, the area was ruled by Christians, and their own company was destroyed in the territory. It was later rebuilt in the Edo period, and the Nagasaki Kunchi dedication began shortly thereafter. On the three days of the festival, about 200,000 people visit the shrine.
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 1,500 courses.