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Haru Statue

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  • Meander767454
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    It's one of the four big statues.

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    It is a spring statue that also means "the season of melting snow where young leaves grow." It is one of the statues of the body 4 standing on Nusamai Bridge, but unfortunately the weather was bad and I couldn't understand it clearly.

    Reviewed on Jul 9, 2022
  • akio9jp
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    The season of melting snow when young leaves 萌

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    If you walk from the Kushiro Station side, the first thing that appears on your right is the "Spring Statue" by Yasutake Funakoshi. This figure represents the melting of snow and the sprouting of young leaves.

    Reviewed on Oct 14, 2021
  • MMMMOK
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    Take the sunrise in front, the sunset in the back

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    It was one of the statues installed on the mouth of the Kushiro River on Nusamai Bridge. It is one of the four female statues representing "spring, summer, autumn and winter", but because it is a statue on the estuary side, the sunset rises in the background, and the morning sun shines in front of it in the early morning.

    Reviewed on Sep 7, 2021
  • k_matsu132
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    One of the 'four seasons statues' built on Nusamai Bashi bridge

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     Nusamai Bridge is built on the downstream side of the Kushiro River, which runs through the center of Kushiro city. On this bridge, a 4 statue of a naked woman called "Statue of the Four Seasons" stands. Each is named spring statue, summer statue, autumn statue, and winter statue. This spring statue is a statue near Fisherman's Wharf MOO. The author is Yasutake Funakoshi, who represents "the season of melting snow where young leaves grow." The appearance that floats in the thick fog in early summer is very ...

    Reviewed on May 28, 2020
  • Exploration807216
    Exploration807216
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    Bronze statue near MOO

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    It is one of the "Four Seasons of Eastern Hokkaido" that decorates Nusamai Bridge, and stands near Fisherman's Wharf MOO. It is a statue that is finally released from the long winter in eastern Hokkaido and feels relieved to welcome spring.

    Reviewed on Feb 15, 2020

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