Ongoing Uneasy cohabitation KODOMO demo Open the gate for all(visual design) R.P.A.U.R.D.*Both are external websites
2023 Take away , put up, make visible. Go around the building. Remain
2022 Have a nice day !
2021 video chat MEMO About the person #5 PUNK! The Revolution of Everyday Life Tokyo
2020 Exultation is the going
2018 Who is Prince YOSHIHISA
2016 BETWEEN #01
2015 SENSOUGA-STUDIES Who is Mr. SUZUKI About the person #03
2014 Leaving for children
2013 The HUMANISATION Anthropometry The handicraft made by Kurds in japan misunderstanding 02 At the kitchin, In the shower, On the bed
2012 About the person SOMETHING ABOUT US NEW LIFE
2011 misunderstanding 01
2010 misunderstanding β


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Who is "Prince YOSHIHISA"?

Who is "Prince YOSHIHISA"?
throughout the city of Tokyo

 A lecture performance as a curator of a tour-type exhibition that explains the exhibition while traveling around Tokyo according to a guidebook prepared by the artist.
 PrinceYOSHIHISA" refers to Prince Nohisa Kitashirakawa (1847-1895), a member of the Japanese Imperial Family. He was a member of the Japanese Imperial Family. He was the ninth prince of Prince Kuniya of Fushimi Palace, and his childhood name was Mitsumiya. He became a younger brother of Seireninomiya and a son of Emperor Niko, and became a younger brother of Kajii Monzeki. He was given the name of Nohisa after being proclaimed prince of the imperial family. He became a younger brother of Prince Jisei Nyudo of the Rinnoji Palace (younger brother of Prince Nobuhito Arisugawa), and was trained by Prince Sonyu Nyudo of the Seirenin Palace (later Prince Asahiko of the Kuwani Palace) as a preceptor, and assumed the name of Kogen, and was named Prince Kogen Nyudo. He was the last abbot of Kan'eiji Temple on Mt. Toeizan, and the principal priest of Rinnoji Temple in Nikko, and his temple name was Jingoin-no-miya, commonly known as Rinnoji-no-miya. At the end of the Edo period, he was supported by the Shogitai, but on July 4, 1868 (May 15, Keio 4), he was destroyed by the new government forces and fled to Sendai via Mito. He became the leader of the Ouetsu Alliance, an alliance of 33 clans, but the alliances broke off and surrendered one after another, and he too was ordered to write a letter of apology and be placed under house arrest at the Fushimi-no-Miya residence in Kyoto. By order of his nephew, the Emperor Meiji, he was removed from his status as a son of Emperor Niko and a prince, and returned to his former position. He is returned to Fushimi Palace and is known by his childhood name, Fushimi Mitsumiya. While studying in Prussia, he inherited the Kitashirakawa Palace family and became Kitashirakawa-no-Miya Nohisa. Engaged to the aristocratic widow Bertha, he was ordered by the Meiji government to return to Japan and was again confined to house arrest in Kyoto. On July 25, 1894 (Meiji 27), the Sino-Japanese War ended. He goes to war as the commander of the Imperial Guards Division for the conquest of Taiwan, which is ceded to Japan (Otomi War), and dies of malaria in Tainan. His body is brought to Japan in secret, and after his promotion to General of the Army is announced, he is given a state funeral at the Toshimaoka Cemetery in Tokyo as the first member of the Imperial family to die in the line of duty outside Japan. In 1945, with the defeat of the Japanese Empire, all of the 60 shrines were destroyed, and he is now enshrined at the Yasukuni Shrine.
 This work explores the relationship between Japan's modern indoctrination policy, nationalism in the formation of national Shinto, and pioneering (colonial) settlements, while looking at the life of Prince Nokyu Kitashirakawa, to see how the creation of Taiwan Jingu Shrine and its survival until the end of the Greater East Asia War was possible. He also examined the structures of exclusion and discrimination in Qing (China), Hokkaido, and Taiwan.


Who is "Prince YOSHIHISA"?


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