瞽女 / Blind Itinerant Female Musician

橋本 照嵩 / Shoko Hashimoto

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Publisher/のら社

   Published/1974
Format/ソフトカバー&スリップケース   Pages/239   Size/250*185*20
Google翻訳
A photo collection of Japanese photographer Terutaka Hashimoto “Miko”. Born in Ishinomaki City, Miyagi Prefecture in 1939, began his career as a photographer in the 1960s. While taking photos of the good old Japanese culture and original landscapes that have been forgotten, such as “Kitakami River” and “Nishiyama Onsen”, they are also known as portrait photographs of celebrities such as Choji Murata and Hideo Nomo under the title “Man's Face” Skinny Hashimoto Terutaka. This book is a representative work of Terutaka Hashimoto, published in 1974, from Norasha, where Kazuo Kitai was the representative, Norio Osaki was in charge of editing, and published numerous masterpiece photo collections. A documentary that follows the daily lives of the blind travel artist “Miko” who walked around the villages of Echigo, Niigata Prefecture, with Sanmisen. A woman who earns money and rice by talking about Misami and Danbo while traveling, followed by Seki and Misao, followed by Hana who is visible. When a person does not come out even when calling out in front of the entrance, a legendary woman who now has a `` man's guide '' telling the `` news of the shrine maiden '' to the family who was working behind the scenes Entertainer's touching drama. A booklet is attached (peripheral period Terutaka and Miko Tadahiko Mori).
<Related Artists> 橋本 照嵩 / Shoko Hashimoto北井 一夫 / Kazuo Kitai
<Condition> Case: Slightly faded, Slightly scratched, Slightly scratched, Slightly damaged obi Missing, Main body: Small wrinkles, tenacious blemishes, and some minor stains around the page
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