The Kong Show: Projection mapping in Osaka


This beautiful holiday projection mapping was created by the students of Osaka University of Art under the guidance of visiting Prof Ryotaro Muramatsu and Prof Shinobu Nakagawa. The students have created a colorful and imaginative depiction of a short history of Osaka.

The students also built the conceptual framework, composed each scene and drew up raw images for each scene. There’s also an inspired avant garde soundtrack that goes along with each 8-minute show running continuously from 5 to 9 p.m. each night until Dec 25.

Additionally, there are many “yatai”-style food booths in the park adjacent to the projection, offering all sorts of food from delicious steaks to hot wine and rainbow-flavored marshmallows.

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Kamasami Kong
Kamasami Kong
Kong is a long-time radio veteran in Japan, having started in the late 1970s on a record album project with DJ Katsuya Kobayashi and musician Tatsurou Yamashita, called "COME ALONG II." Since then, he has had radio programs on FM YOKOHAMA, INTER-FM, TOKYO-FM and FM802 in Osaka. His programs are currently being heard in the Kansai area on FM COCOLO. He pioneered the Tokyo MetPod, and is now publishing the Kong Show, a podcast featuring news, interviews, entertainment and more.

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