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Enari Tsuneo, The Dark Side of Showaimage

Published By: John on 05/19/11

On July 23, the Tokyo Metropolitan Museum of Photography will present an exhibition of the work of Enari Tsuneo, a photographer who has spent nearly four decades documenting the consequences of Japan’s Showa-era wars, in Manchuria, on the “Islands of Wailing Ghosts” where the fiercest battles of the war in the Pacific were fought, in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The exhibition ends on September 25. The Word Works is proud to have provided Japanese-to-English translation for the catalogue and signage.



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