瞽女 / Blind Itinerant Female Musician(Reprint)

橋本 照嵩 / Shoko Hashimoto

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Publisher/アロン書房

   Published/1988
Format/ソフトカバー   Pages/239   Size/185*245*18
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A photograph collection of Japanese photographer Terutaka Hashimoto "Goze / Blind Itinerant Female Musician (Reprint)". Born in Ishinomaki, Miyagi Prefecture in 1939, began his career as a photographer in the 1960s. While photographing the good old culture and original scenery of Japan, such as "Kitakamigawa" and "Nishiyama Onsen", which have been forgotten in modern times, the portrait of celebrities such as Choji Murata and Hideo Nomo entitled "Face of a Man" entitled "Face of a Man". Terutaka Hashimoto is one of Japan's leading photographers after the war. And this book is a reprint of a representative work of Terutaka Hashimoto published in 1974 from `` Norasha '', which was led by Kazuo Kitai, Norio Osaki was in charge of editing, and published many masterpiece photo books, 1988 Was published by Aaron Publishing. A documentary that follows the daily lives of a blind travel performer, Goze, who walks through the villages of Echigo, Niigata Prefecture, with a shamisen song. Gojo, who makes money and rice, talks about shamisen songs and terraces while traveling, led by Shana and Misao, led by a visible woman, Hana. When no one comes out even when you call in front of the entrance, Hashimoto turns around and tells the family who was working on "Goze's news" and "man's guide", a legendary woman who is now a legend Impressive drama of entertainer.
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