Rintaro Hara + Yu Hara
Roppongi Dice Game

Tsumaari Sugoroku
photo: Keizo Kioku

May 27 (Sat), 10:00 – 28 (Sun), 18:00
Roppongi-nishi Park
[Participation fee]
A park in Roppongi. In recent years, many parks in cities have the same stereotypical playground equipment, making it difficult to have a unique experience. This time, for the duration of Roppongi Art Night only, we will create a giant Sugoroku (Dice game) playground themed to cities and living creatures, where visitors of all ages can play and participate. Players follow the instructions of the squares and communicate with each other to reach the goal. This is a work that will bring back memories of visiting that place called “the park.”


Rintaro Hara +Yu Hara

Rintaro Hara reconstructs the meaning of location by “transforming” the concept of place in a very simple and analog manner. Yu Hara delves into the layers of meaning and images from aerial viewpoints, tracing them and creating works of art that reflect the changes in the world. While each of these artists creates work independently, they have collaborated on numerous projects throughout Japan, including the Setouchi International Art Festival and the Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennale. They are known for their works that incorporate space and visitors as part of the experience.