Teshima Island is situated in the Seto Inland Sea with nearby islands of Inujima and Naoshima known as the art islands for contemporary arts of Japan. Today, Teshima Island is an important travel destination for the prefectural tourism of Kagawa being one of the venues of the famous Setouchi Triennale art festival held every three years on the surrounding islands. The art projects by the Benesse Corporation have contributed to the success of promoting this region as a way to revitalize the nearby islands due to declining population rates. The Teshima Art Museum stands on a hill overlooking the Seto Inland Sea is regarded as the main attraction of Teshima Island. Visitors can experience art with natural aspects heavily influencing the overall experience, whether its rain or snow, bird chirps or an insect’s fluttering wings. The vision of Rei Naito was granted by architect Ryue Nishizawa and opened in 2010, houses only 1 master artwork by Rei Naito titled “The Matrix”. Water which continuously dances across the floor of the spacious venue is characterized to the image of the wonders of life on earth. The surrounding terraced rice fields provide a scenic view on this rural island which travelers can tour on rental bicycles in the area.