Afficher la version complète : Enigme Japonaise - énigme de la nouvelle année

08/01/2016, 15h25

voici une énigme intéressante pour commencer l'année
ou peut on voir ceci
j'espère que l'on peut voir l'image correctement

08/01/2016, 23h37
je ne sais pas si c'est parce que j'habite en bretagne, mais je suis toujours impressionné par ces monuments

09/01/2016, 10h40
Un mur en béton sale, fissuré et tagué ? Dans une cité de banlieue défavorisée ?


Blague à part. Je ne sais pas mais c'est intriguant.

09/01/2016, 15h38

merci motode ,mais encore...
margouyab26 :D
oui c'est intrigant ,

indice ,si vous ne trouvez pas avec ça
autre indice The four creatures--“Vermilion Bird” (about 15 centimeters by 40 cm), “White Tiger” (25 cm by 42 cm), “Black Tortoise” (15 cm by 25 cm) and “Azure Dragon” (25 cm by 40 cm)

12/01/2016, 15h56
Kitora Tomb murals ?

13/01/2016, 06h58
Tous les indices emmenent effectivement vers le kofun de kitora.
La première photo est la mystérieuse constellation au plafond.
La deuxième est le stand d'une association sur les kofuns.
Et les animaux que tu décrit sont représentés sur les murs de la chambre mortuaire.

Merci pour cette intéressante dévouverte.

13/01/2016, 12h23
excellente reponse de Shizuka et de margouyab26
c'est bien le kofun de kitora pres de.Nara
felicitations et merci a toutes et tous
je posterai plus sur cette enigme ,quand je serai sur un poste informatique plus pratique
voici des liens
An exhibition in Tokyo of murals from the Kitora Tomb in Nara Prefecture will offer a glimpse of the vividly colored paintings as they appeared 1,300 years ago and as they appear today, showcasing their superb artistry with modern technology.
Details of the “Tokubetsuten--Kitora Kofun Hekiga” (Special exhibition--Kitora Tomb murals) were presented at a Feb. 4 news conference at the Tokyo National Museum in Tokyo’s Ueno district ahead of its opening on April 22.
On display will be the original walls of the 1.1-meter high stone chamber of Kitora Tomb recreated on the same scale in plates of porcelain, based on digital images.
The plates show traces of lines drawn in rough form, as well as the concavities and convexities in the plaster on which four mythological creatures in the Chinese constellations were painted, allowing visitors to see the murals as they were when completed centuries ago.
The four creatures--“Vermilion Bird” (about 15 centimeters by 40 cm), “White Tiger” (25 cm by 42 cm), “Black Tortoise” (15 cm by 25 cm) and “Azure Dragon” (25 cm by 40 cm)--were drawn on the walls of the stone chamber.
The tomb in the village of Asuka, built in the late seventh century to the early eighth century, is designated a special historic site by the government. Also in the show will be original murals that were painstakingly peeled from the stone chamber and restored.
The exhibition in Tokyo will be the first to be held outside the village, and because of the delicate nature of the original artworks, could be the only one.
“This may be the first and last time (for the murals) to leave the village,” said Hiroyuki Shimatani, vice executive director of the museum. “(The exhibition) will be a rare opportunity.”
The exhibition, which runs until May 18, will feature three of the four mythological creatures, Vermilion Bird, White Tiger and Black Tortoise. Azure Dragon will not be shown due to ongoing restoration work. The four represent the tutelary deities of directions.
The exhibition will also present two zodiac figures--“Rat” (an estimated 17 cm by 9 cm) and “Ox” (17 cm by 8 cm).
Many of the murals in the chamber were removed between 2004 and 2008 due to severe deterioration primarily caused by mold and mud. Some are still under restoration at a facility set up in the village. The restored murals are expected to be shown at a site near the Kitora Tomb in fiscal 2016.
The exhibition in Tokyo is organized by the Cultural Affairs Agency and other organizations and supported by The Asahi Shimbun.