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Henrique Tarricone –Fruitful Land


Fruitful Land
The land of São Paulo is, without a shadow of doubt, one of the most fruitful of Brazil, not only for its capability to fruit or proliferate dense and wide forest, but also for its generosity to welcome the seed planted by several cultures.
It is amazing to find the results of some of these seeds all over the city. Seeds like the ones planted by the Japanese in the neighborhood of Bom Retiro in 1958, in the celebration of 50th anniversary of Japanese immigration.
This seed germinated in a culturally diverse land, sharing space with Jews, Bolivians, Italians and Koreans, but it covered itself among the commerce and fabric industry that started to be the main attraction of the neighborhood.
Today, more than 53 years after, this photography search, it is looking for to uncover one of the most unknown seeds ever planted in São Paulo, the Diamond – Municipal Stadium of Baseball Mie Nishi.
Stage of 1961’s Pan American Games, thrilling contest among japanese universities, and celebration of 100th anniversary of Japanese immigration, the Stadium was responsible to discover and prepare brazilian talents to the sport worldwide.
Today, the stadium gathers Sport lovers like children, adults and elders. This fans get together weekly to practice and celebrate the sport and count on the distinguished presence of a chicken of Angola that appears over there and was adopted as the Stadium mascot.
Discover one more fruit planted and cultivated on the fertile land of our city

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