瞽女 / Blind Itinerant Female Musician(Singed, with OBI)

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 photograph collection by Japanese photographer Terusuke Hashimoto, "Meme". Born in Ishinomaki City, Miyagi Prefecture in 1939, he started his career as a photographer in the 1960s. While capturing the good old Japanese culture and original landscapes such as "Kitakami River" and "Nishiyama Onsen" that have been forgotten in the modern age, the name "Men's Face" was also used in portrait photographs of famous people such as Chouji Murata and Hideo Nomo. Terusuke Hashimoto who was able to eat. This book is a representative work of Terusuke Hashimoto, published in 1974, by Norasha, which was published by Norasha, which was published by Kazuo Kitai, edited by Norio Osaki, and published numerous photo albums. A documentary that follows the daily lives of a blind travel artist, "Meme", who walked around the villages of Echigo, Niigata Prefecture with a shamisen song. A woman who earns money and rice, with the visible woman Hana as the first guide, followed by Seki and Misao, and talking about the shamisen song and stage while traveling. When no one came out even when calling out in front of the entrance, Hashimoto turned to the back and told the family that he was working, "the news of the eyelid" and "male handing", now a legendary woman An entertaining drama. Comes with a booklet (Mr. Terutaka and Tadahiko Mori). Signed by the photographer .
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Case: Small discoloration, small thread, small stain, marginal damage, minor damage, minor damage, main body: minor damage
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