Christian Polak is a French businessman and historian of Franco-Japanese relations. Based in Japan, he has established a unique photographic collection of both historical and graphic importance. A part of these treasures was shown in the exhibition “Ishin: the dawn of scientific exchanges between France and Japan” at the Tokyo University Museum in 2009.
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