An extraordinary phtographic exhibition about the first steps of photography in Japan between 1860 and 1910 is running until April 1st in Venice. More than 150 original albumen prints are on view, showcasing a peculiar period of Japanese history.
Hattifnatt Cafè is a small and lovely cafè located in a Tokyo suburb called Koenji. Read more about it after the jump...
“Japanese Photography (1860-1910). The masterpieces” is an exhibition that shows us the beginnings of photography in Japan. Soft pastel colors adorn the images of a vanished floating world.
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