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    70’HARAJUKU

    Snapshots of Harajuku in the 70’s, youth culture’s Holy Land, chosen by then-teenaged Non Nakamura. Street scenes, fashion kids, rock n’ roll—a collection of works by 9 photographers whose scenes radiate fresh vibes even today. Captions and forward in English and Japanese.

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    New World Transparent Specimens 2

    In this second volume of beautiful transparent specimens of various organisms, specimen specialist Iori Tomita brings his own unique perspective to the world of fish. What can we learn from the exquisite shapes and designs of these aquatic creatures?

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    New World Transparent Specimens

    Iori Tomita’s colorful specimens of fish and crustaceans, whose bones and flesh have been made transparent, have caused a big splash in the Japanese press. Now you can enjoy an entire collection of these stunningly fresh, life-like images.

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    Japan 1945, Images from the Trunk

    In 1945, a young U.S. Marine Corps photographer visually documented the war-scorched landscapes of Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and other cities in Japan. When he returned home, he placed the negatives of some 300 photos he had taken for personal use in a trunk and locked them away with his own devastating war memories. A long-selling, thought-provoking collection of images of the effects of war and nuclear weaponry.

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    The Showa 30’s Gallery: Japan’s Golden Decade <1955~1964>

    A retrospective of the Showa 30s—1955 to 1964, known as the “golden decade” of postwar Japan—recorded by a photographer still active today at age 78. After a long hiatus from the camera, she was nearly 60 when she rediscovered this collection of priceless images, now compiled in one remarkable volume.

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    BLAST

    Since making a splash with LIME WORKS, his first collection of photos taken at limestone quarries, Naoya Hatakeyama has become a photographer of global renown. Now BLAST, his stunning follow-up series of shots of quarry-blasting captured at the instant of the explosion, has been published in book format.

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    Ransho: The World of Horiyoshi III

    Photographer Masato Sudo has been capturing the art of irezumi, the Japanese tattoo, on film for over 35 years. In this second collection of irezumi imagery, he focuses his camera on 20 subjects who are covered from head to toe in the extraordinary work of tattoo artist Horiyoshi III.