Okamoto Taro Museaum, Tokyo
He was a Japanese artist noted for his abstract and avant-garde paintings and sculpture.
This is a part of “Taiyo-no-To (Tower of the Sun)”, that is one of his most famous works.
He was born in February 2nd 1911, the son of cartoonist Ippei and writer Kanoko Okamoto.
They are not only one or two, there are a lot of various stone heads in the garden.
It is written in his book “Bi no juryoku (The Magic Power of Beauty)” as below.
“Seimei no Ki (Tree of Life)”
This studio was built after war on the site where unfortunately had destroyed in the bombings, and designed by his friend Junzo Sakakura who had been a favorite pupil of Le Corbusier.