Editorial Stories

  1. Koji Onaka, Have a break

    Since joining the "image shop CAMP" in 1982, he has traveled all over Japan and has continued to work mainly at independent galleries.
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  2. Jack Davison, Family Ikebana

    Jack Davison shoots family portraiture and Japanese Ikebana for Sixteen Journal Volume 5.
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  3. Hajime Sawatari, Nagisa Hotel

    Sawatari started publishing his photographs in photography magazines while he was enrolled in Nihon University’s Department of Photography, College of Art.
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  4. Keizo Motoda, Sunday Arajuku

    Keizo picks his subjects who is with character so the viewers are left with strong sense of feeling.
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  5. June Abe, Creatures

    Published by Village Press in 1989, Jun Abe’s Creaturers marked the photographers first photobook of his career.
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  6. Erika Kamano, Paris-Tokyo

    Photography by Erika Kamano
    Styling by Ondine Azoulay
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  7. Sakiko Nomura, Nudes

    Sakiko Nomura is well known by male nude in a small dark room with very black darkness and dim lights.
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  8. Elizaveta Porodina, Sasuke

    Photographed by Elizaveta Porodina
    Styled by Victoire Simonney
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  9. Araki, 67 Shooting Back

    A selection of Araki's most iconic images.
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  10. Roe Ethridge, Camera Japan

    Photographed by Roe Ethridge
    Styled by Clare Byrne
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  11. Tatsuo Suzuki, Friction / Tokyo Street

    “Friction / Tokyo Street” is the first photobook by Tatsuo Suzuki, who has amassed a small cult following online with his black-and-white street photography from Tokyo.
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  12. Seiji Kurata, Flash up

    Flash Up by Seiji Kurata is one of the most exciting photographic excursions into the seedy parts of 1970s Tokyo.
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