"Tree of Children" in Aoyama

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Ever see this strange objet d'art along Aoyama-dori Street?

It is called "Tree of Children", sculpted by famous Japanese artist Taro Okamoto. Okamoto said "Humans must accept life as it is," and expressed this thought through this artwork with many faces of children living freely. Find it just in front of the United Nations University!

Address: 5-53-1 Jingumae, Shibuya

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