Expo of the future

I think it was when I was in the third year of junior high school.
There was Osaka Expo.
Reminds me of Taro Okamoto’s Tower of the Sun.
Art is an Explosion, Uncle was a darling of his time.
Half a century later, the Osaka Expo is scheduled again.
A fresh word at the time was papilion.
I think that the exhibition halls of each country were called pavilions, but maybe I’m misremembering.
Due to the skyrocketing construction costs and the shortage of craftsmen, it is said that the exhibition hall will not be completed until two years after the scheduled date.
Like the Olympics, it may be delayed
I have another idea.
Buildings of great technological innovation are also wonderful, but the present age is not only that.
How about building a CG art theater and having young CG artists, laser artists, and concept artists from each country compete?
The building is good for simple movie theaters and outdoor theaters.
Large tents also require construction technology.
There is also an outdoor theater for viewing by car.
Simple and easy to dismantle.
No, leave it as it is and become a mecca for CG art.
Expo tent village?
The promenade around the theater is gardened.
like an English garden.
There are no buildings that rise to the sky, and they are all simple, energy-saving buildings.
Wooden, bamboo, tent, outdoor.
How about a fancy, campsite-like, small-tent, private theater?
Anyway, I don’t think it’s all about competing for a huge building like a pyramid.
There is a mini park of the world, gardening.
I think Expo ’70 is also interesting.

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Memories of the Expo with my family
CEO Yasunari Koyama


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