Photographs: Miyazaki Koichi
Publisher: Shicho Sha
Comments: Softcover in a cardboard slipcase and obi. First edition, 1968. Limited edition of 500 numbered copies. Just a little yellowed but in very good condition for a scarce and collectible copy.
Extracts from newspaper articles written between 1962 and 1967. The pictures reveal the American grip on Japan in general, and on its culture and habits in particular (for instance, we can see images of sports such as baseball).
Miyazaki Koichi made these pictures his own to question their meaning and not without implying political issues.
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