Born in 1986 in Kagoshima, in southern Japan, Yurina Niihara studied human sciences at university and worked as a presenter before becoming a photographer. After the Fukushima disaster, she decided to come to Paris to study photography. “The fact of leaving my country opened my eyes to the point of losing my bearings.
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