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Flame-shaped 3D design shades are used for candle lanterns in Kimii-dera temple

Kimii-candle1S.jpg In Wakayama Prefecture, there is a temple called Kimii-dera (紀三井寺), which was built in 770 D.C. Now a cable railway has been built because there are 231 stone steps in the approach for barrier-free.

There are 33 candle lanterns along the approach from the cable railway station, and each candle has a flame-shaped transparent shade created by Dasyn using the helical 3D printing method.


More detailed information is available from the following Japanese blog page: 紀三井寺の新しい参道の蝋燭灯籠に 3Dデザインシェードをつかっていただいた