Project DescriptionTheme: "Harmonious Diversity"
FROM MILAN EXPO 2015:
"Utsuwa" is the term to describe the traditional Japanese ceramics that are characterized by many different styles, and likewise, its pavilion symbolizes the wealth and the multiplicity of Japan’s culture. Representing the fusion between tradition and modernity, environmental and aesthetic perfection, Japan proposes a pavilion that spreads over an exhibition area of 4,170 square meters, with a wide entrance and lengthwise orientation, like one of the traditional houses of Kyoto. In addition to the use of natural materials such as bamboo and wood, it makes use of technologies and systems for energy conservation. Furthermore, a range of events and installations stimulate the five senses, allowing visitors to fully experience Japan’s food culture.