ln the "Japan Diaries", our focus is on ambiguity and eroticism in Japanese culture, as weil as capturing moments of quiet unease and melancholy. lt was spellbinding to immerse ourse Ives in this extraordinary culture that has only been open to the rest of the world since the 1850's. The many underlying tones and sub cultures made us feellike we were in a floating world
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