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富田林寺内町古書散歩 zinaicho kosyo sanpo 5.10.14

Buy my work

It was for the event later evening of the Stardard Bookstore talk, but while there is used book venders around zinaimachi, I went early and walked around the old town area.


On top of the box, it says to "open the box but do not shake" so I curiously opened and found these miniature books!!

close up

I have been Jinaimachi many times, but I have never noticed this restaurant. Probably it's new.

A kawaii cat design noren.

no meaning but this is on the corner that was close to the place I was looking for. I had to turn right here, but I went straight though at first, so I walked all around to see different book venders and came back here.


I like the rust.

Whatever the old design that the building does not use now, it looks like an art now!! 
I kind of like the brick wall. I think I was there at the little space before but I did not notice.
I tried to include 10% blue.

Kyu Banrino haru no sakagura
Again, 10% sky and windows.

At the talk event.... 


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There are fourteen building designs, which Frank Lloyd Wright has done in Japan. Six building were built, but two of them were destroyed by the 1923 Magnitude 7.9 Great Kanto earthquake (around Tokyo.)

Frank Lloyd Wright traveled outside of America for the first time, and went to Japan with his wife. There were 37 years old in the year, and he spent two months touring natural and historical landmarks from Nikko (North East of Tokyo) all the way down to (Shikoku island) Takamatsu.

He made a contract to build the new Imperial Hotel in Tokyo in late 1911. After a year of project delays and several trans-Pacific crossings, Wright finally took up part-time residence in Tokyo in January 1917. (Wrightian Architectural Archives Japan)

In 1918, Wright made a design plan for a second house for Tazaemon Yamamura who was the eighth-generation brewer of the famous sake “Sakuramasamurne,” in Nada (near Kobe.) It took a while …