The Official Setouchi Triennale 2019 App aids visitors with travel on the islands. In addition to offering information about artworks, this app lets users know their current location, provides them with emergency information, information on congestion, and information about facilities that are closed, and suggests plans that are useful on the islands. It is recommended that you download it before coming to the islands.
Features of the App
* It allows you to confirm your current location and the locations of artworks on a map among the venues of Setouchi Triennale.
* It allows you to receive the latest emergency information and information on congestion.
* It suggests itineraries for tours around the islands.
1. The communication environment may be poor in some areas of the venue. Download the latest version of the app before coming to the venue.
2. Because this application uses the GPS function, it may be unable to determine your current location accurately when used underground or in a place where signals from the sky are interrupted.
3. Images and maps provided by the app are only to be viewed when using the app. Do not use the images and maps for any other purpose.
4. Information about artworks, sea routes and other information provided by the app is subject to change without prior notice for the convenience of the individual business operators or other parties.
About the Setouchi Triennale
Restoration of the Sea
The Seto Inland Sea has been a vital transportation route since ancient times. Ships plying its waters stopped at different islands where their crew passed along the latest cultural and lifestyle trends. The distinctive local cultures that emerged through such interactions can still be found today.
The islands’ unique identities, however, are being eroded by the shrinking and aging of their populations and the region’s diminishing vitality which have accompanied the acceleration of globalization, optimization and homogenization. Through the Setouchi Triennale, we aim to revitalize island communities that once thrived within the spectacular setting of the Seto Inland Sea, a nexus of trade and cultural exchange, and transform this region into a Sea of Hope for the world.