Penang Street Art (Okinawan Mythology Murals)





The Okinawan Mythology Murals located at a back alley of Stewart Lane were painted by Japanese artist Takayuki Miyazono. The murals tell the story of a common Okinawan folklore on Kijimuna (キジムナー). Kijimuna are said to be small wood spirits according to Okinawan mythology. They are said to live in trees, commonly on the banyan tree and are often described to look like a child with red hair covering their bodies and large heads.

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Penang Street Art (Stewart Lane Murals)

The back alley of Stewart Lane behind the walls of Hutchings School is now the home to two different sets of art murals; the first set being painted by an artist with the initial “Edd” and the second set of murals painted by Japanese artist Takayuki Miyazon.

Earth and Environment Murals

Okinawan Mythology Murals