• TOKOYO NO MUSHI
  • TOKOYO NO MUSHI
  • TOKOYO NO MUSHI

YOSHIICHI HARA »TOKOYO NO MUSHI« – selected by ATSUSHI FUJIWARA

»This book follows his two recent publications utsutsu no yami (2008) and walk while we have the light (2011). He says in this book “Religions tell us something about eternal life after our death. Some believe we are to be re-born in the insects’ world. I wonder if this is true for me. Whatever it is, I admit to feeling totally free and relieved, after being able to give this historically tough theme my own answer in this book TOKOYO NO MUSHI (2013). “Mushi” means “insects”. “Tokoyo” means something like “The world we’re living”.«

YOSHIICHI HARA
»TOKOYO NO MUSHI«
PUBLISHER: SOKYU-SHA, TOKYO, 2013
DESIGN: KATSUYA KATO
TEXT: YOSHIICHI HARA
LANGUAGE: JAPANESE, ENGLISH
FORMAT: CLOTH, 21.6 × 26.3 CM, 84 PAGES, 75 REPRODUCTIONS, PRINT RUN: 600

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