Sanko – Pt. 1

Sanko – from my research is  Japanese & means 3 of small objects.


On the side of the Sanko Trading Company on Queen W. is this Japanese influenced mural.


It’s at least 50 ‘ (15 m)  long! Don’t let the IPhone panorama curve fool you!


Art Directed by Ken Galloway, with the help of five  young Japanese artists—Timothy Fukakusa, Mitsuo Kimura, Takashi Iwasaki, Darcy Obokata, and Shogo Okada

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Looking back from the other end.

Sanko #10

Pics taken by Resa, on July 8, 2014

Toronto, CanadaSanko #11Sanko #0

6 thoughts on “Sanko – Pt. 1

    1. I love it, too!
      I’m trying to stay in sync with “Sanko” and cover the mural in 3 posts, although how small they are is yet to be seen!

    1. I’d rode by it’s gorgeousness on the streetcar many times.
      On the day I had time to go there specifically to take pics, it was raining!
      I was soaked, but I got it!!
      You’re right, it’s amazing!

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