The Keith Haring Collection designed by Atsushi Kitagawara Architects is located in Jomon Forest, Kagoshima, Japan. One of AKA’s main themes was to propose how human beings can contribute to the natural surroundings in a positive and inventive way. The experience of the museum starts with the landscape. While the site reminds the visitors of the origin of the Japanese culture, they can also appreciate the surrounding art. The ancient culture is no longer just things from the past. The contemporary works of Keith Haring with AKA triggers the design to evoke ‘vital energies’ and ‘primitive minds’ of ancient Japan. They call this ‘creative succession’, which provides ‘creative sustainability’ to the site.