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Fabrizio : I have always been fascinated by the pulse of Tokyo life, by its pure, elemental energy, by how the city and its inhabitants embrace each other like partners in a dance: naturally, gracefully, in perfect unison. In April I had the opportunity to spend a whole month in this great city. While I had been shooting in the streets there previously for photographic projects, this time I set off with a very precise purpose — documenting the countless aspects of Tokyo life by photographing commuters throughout the day.
Commuters live in a peculiar, fleeting condition. Suspended between places and physically intimately close but each in his own world, they are hypnotised by the rhythmic rattle of the rails, by the soulless voice of announcements or by their mobile phones, lost in thoughts in an eventless daily routine. Only occasionally a sparkle, a fragment of real life is revealed.
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Return to Book Page. Quite possibly the only how-not-to book ever written, Susan A. Sistare reveals the clumsy transition from a Southern Belle bursting at the seams to navigator of all things foreign in Living in Yen: How Not to Move to Japan Gracefully. With such tasks as remembering her train ticket, refraining from pressing buttons, and learning how to use a Japanese ATM labeled only with Quite possibly the only how-not-to book ever written, Susan A.
Street Photography Essay: “160 Yen” by Fabrizio Quagliuso
With such tasks as remembering her train ticket, refraining from pressing buttons, and learning how to use a Japanese ATM labeled only with stick figures, Sistare must accomplish these feats and more with no more assistance than a Japanese phrase book and a little self-deprecating humor. Get A Copy.
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Living In Yen How Not to Move to Japan Gracefully
Sort order. Apr 02, Annemieke rated it it was amazing Shelves: travel-stories , inspiration. Absolute wonderful book. When you are going to read the books by Susan A Sistare, this is the book to start with. She describes her transfer to Japan with dry humor.here
Street Photography Essay: “ Yen” by Fabrizio Quagliuso
I laughed and cried when reading this book. Read the rest of her books, too! Jul 20, Jon Baglivo rated it it was amazing. I was looking for a travel guide for Japan and this popped up on Amazon instead. I've now traveled to Japan vicariously. Hailey Crump rated it really liked it Jan 01, Napria rated it it was amazing Jan 27, LaToya Sloan rated it it was amazing Mar 14, Tracy Willburn rated it did not like it Aug 12, David rated it liked it Jul 06, Gadarene rated it it was amazing Sep 30,
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