Daido Moriyama captures the one and only chaos!
The world’s first snap guidebook.
You still don’t know this city.
Central downtown / Roppongi / Ginza / Tsukiji / Shibuya / Harajuku / Shinjuku / Asakusa / Ueno / Ikebukuro / Kanda / Tokyo Bay Gulf / West Tokyo / East Tokyo
You will be walking in a mysterious mixed city!
Even I, who came to Tokyo at the age of 21 and lived here for 60 years and kept pointing my lens every day, has not yet grasped its true identity. Shinjuku, Ikebukuro, Shibuya, Ueno, Asakusa, and Ginza all form a unique city in the world. In this book, after pursuing the crush of that day and continuing to wander around in the alleys like Tsukubai, the cityscape of modern Tokyo captured from my point of view. Was posted. If there are people who go around this city with this book and a camera in their hands, please take a live copy from each perspective and as you are interested.
- Release Date:
- June, 2020
Born in Ikeda City, Osaka Prefecture in 1938. After working as a graphic designer, he became an assistant to photographers Takeji Iwamiya and Eikoh Hosoe, and became independent in 1964. He published the 1968 photobook “Nippon Theater Photobook” and the 1972 photobook “Goodbye Photographs”. It shook the photographic world with a radical expression that overturned the conventional wisdom of existing photography, featuring rough particles called are-bure-bokeh, a blurry screen that was out of focus, and a tilted composition with no viewfinder. The evaluation extends to the art world both inside and outside the country, and large-scale exhibitions are held all over the world.