James Whitlow Delano says he feels more at home in Asia than in the United States. This can be seen in the wispy photographs he brings back from Japan showing daily life in Tokyo, where he lives, and in Fukushima, where he traveled after the 2011 tsunami followed by the nuclear catastrophy.
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