By standing a naked girl on a pedestal with the sky in the background and wrapping it in greenery such as fast-growing camphor, zelkova, and cypress, the statue is presented as a ``green hymn'' that celebrates the girl's freedom. The two naked girls are made to climb onto a high pedestal in the center of the square, and are left exposed with no escape. It was a sacrifice that was exposed to the eyes of the many people surrounding the pedestal. Ethnic minorities have sacrificed cows, boars, and sheep in rituals to distribute wealth to those gathered, enrich the people, and strengthen the ethnic organization, but the sacrifice in this artwork is a naked girl. The Japanese people dislike impurity and have eliminated sacrificial rituals in order to prevent their organizations from rotting, so this work does not fit well with Japan, but it does a good job of expressing modern sacrificial rituals.
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