Naoko Tosa dedicated Kennin-ji Temple her two artworks titled “Japanese Sanctuary” that expresses silence and at the same time dynamism based on Japanese “Zen” and “Shinto.”
These two artworks are now being exhibited at the temple.
“Sanctuary” consists of the following two artworks.


Holly tree with about 200 years life that was once at the garden of Kennin-ji Temple.
Because of the heavy snow fall several years ago, the tree fell down and is there no more.

“San-sui on the cloud”

San-sui images created based on more than one thousand photographs that were took from inside of an airplane. These images express heaven, purgatory, and hell from right to left.