"Last View of Shuri Castle" by Robert Kajiwara. This work was started in early 2019 before Shuri Castle tragically burned down in October of that year. Thus, this is Kajiwara's last work of Shuri Castle prior to the fire. Shuri Castle was the historic home of the Luchu (Ryukyu) Kingdom royal family for hundreds of years, and is widely considered to be one of the foremost symbols of Luchuans / Okinawans to this day. The building incorporates influences from China, Korea, Southeast Asia, and Japan, combining them with Indigenous Luchuan architecture. The Castle was destroyed by Japan and the United States in 1945 before being rebuilt by Luchuans during the 1990's.