The Inujima Art Project, is a rehabilitation project of the entire island of Inujima, Japan by the Naoshima Fukutake Art Museum Foundation, a project of the Benesse Corporation.

The first phase of the project was to turn an old refinery ("Seirensho" in Japanese), into a model of contemporary architecture and art to recycle the Japanese industrial heritage.

It was the coordinated efforts of the architect Hiroshi Sambuichi, Yukinori Yanagi who collaborated with the architect in his artwork, and the Faculty of Environmental Science and Technology at Okayama University[1]

It opened to the public in April 2008.

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