Markets and the crowded streets

Thomas Koet2013

The Sand Museum

The Sand Museum
Fukube-cho, Yuyama 2083-17, Japan

In Southeast Asia, bustling markets selling everything from fresh produce to spices, general goods, clothes, folk crafts and food are held everywhere. These markets are made up of long lines of simple tents and stalls, and their lively streets also attract many tourists. They are one of the components that drive development in Southeast Asia.


  • Title: Markets and the crowded streets
  • Creator: Thomas Koet
  • Date: 2013
  • Physical Location: Tottori City, Japan
  • Provenance: THE SAND MUSEUM
  • Type: Sand Sculpture
  • External Link: http://www.sand-museum.jp/
  • 作品解説 / Object Note (Japanese): 東南アジアの国々では、生鮮食品、香料、雑貨、衣類、民芸品などありとあらゆるものを取り扱うマーケットが各地で開かれ、そこで生活する人々の熱気と活気にあふれている。マーケットには屋台や露店が立ち並び、街の賑わいは多くの観光客も引き寄せる。その姿は、発展を続ける東南アジアの一つの顔でもある。
  • 作品タイトル / Object Title (Japanese): マーケットと街の賑わい

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