Celebrate Iwate

28 January 2018 ● less than 1 min read ● 1 image
Celebrate Iwate

A celebration of Iwate!
The Hayabusa Tohoku Shinkansen, taiko dancers of the Morioka Sansa festival, Mt. Iwate, the beautiful seasons, and decorative manhole covers. Takizawa's cover depicts the Chagu-chagu Horse Parade Festival.

Watercolor and Ink on Paper.

This image was personally commissioned by a friend to remind her of what she loved about living in Japan and specifically, Iwate.
As I, too, spent three years living in Iwate, this was a fun personal project.

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Erica Ward

I'm an illustrator in Tokyo, Japan

Pen and watercolor illustrator from the redwood forests of California now exploring the cement forest of Tokyo. Forever inspired by Japan.

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