When looking outside a window, I sometimes feel like I am making the scenery my own. You create your own individual space by looking into and through the glass, shutting out the surroundings outside of the frame. It is something anyone with a desire to look beyond can feel. In front of the Takahashi shipyard are two windows placed on the breakwater, a common infrastructure in Japan today, influenced by western culture. The windows cut out a scenery of Hiketa where old Japanese traditions remain. The work aims to highlight the rural beauty of Hiketa. The window becomes a way of looking and reflecting, allowing viewers to be in the moment.