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ew York-based, principle portrait and environmental photographer Michael Magers first came to Japan to work on an upcoming book on Japanese food and culture written by Matt Goulding and published by Ecco, Anthony Bourdain’s imprint at Harper Collins. For that project he went to photograph the knife makers of Sakai, his first introduction to […]Continue Reading →
MATSURI: World of Japanese Festivals
Shufunotomo Co., Ltd., Tokyo, 1994.
Currently out of print.
Used copies available online.
KYOTO: A Cultural Sojourn
IBC Publishing, 2013, Tokyo.
BY DENNIS CORDELL
Like many photographers, I was trained as a painter. I also did pottery. I do not consider myself to be an ex-painter or a potter of yore, but rather an artist currently focusing on photography. I bought a Nikon FM about thirty years ago to aid me in […]Continue Reading →
INTERVIEW BY JOHN EINARSEN
With some 140 published books over four decades, Mizuno Katsuhiko has been influential in defining Kyoto’s natural beauty and stimulating Kyoto people’s pride in their city. As a child, Mizuno’s daughter Kayu accompanied him on many of his photo outings…Continue Reading →