Second edition

BIG IN JAPAN: Photography against stereotypes

BIG IN JAPAN: Photography against stereotypes

These photos were taken during my five weeks in Japan – as part of my research track in Osaka which unfortunately ended too early due to a health problem. A few are photos that should be seen in color and the others are better in black and white. I did not intend to make a photo collection until I came back to Europe. After I came back to Krakow and looked at these photos again, however, I realised that the world would never be the same to me and wanted to share the unforgettable five weeks with The Euroculturer.

Pictures do not need many words. I leave it to the audience to interpret what I really wanted to say with the photos.

ATKA ATUN│atka_brozek@yahoo.com

(IMPORTANT: The copyright law strictly applies to the photos below. In case you want to use them, please contact the author first)

1. A MARKET

A MARKET

2. AT NIGHT

AT NIGHT

3. FORBIDDEN FRUIT

FORBIDDEN FRUIT

4. GOD IN JAPAN

GOD IN JAPAN
5. GRAN ON DRUGS

GRAN ON DRUGS

6. HIDDEN VALUE

HIDDEN VALUE

7. JARMUSCH

JARMUSCH

8. LIKE A PRAYER

LIKE A PRAYER

9. NAHA

NAHA

10. PACHINKO

PACHINKO

11. STOLEN ART I

 STOLEN ART I

12. STOLEN ART II

STOLEN ART II

13. THE ONE

THE ONE

14. TURISTS

TOURISTS

15. VODKA A LA JAPONAIS

VODKA A LA JAPONAIS

If you want to know more about doing a research track in Osaka, also read

1. Japanoculture  2. Juggling Culture Shock

If you want to know more about ATKA, also read

1. In a Relationship with… Patti Smith 2. In a Relationship with…Stefan Zweig 3. Food vs. Life

AAtka(Beata)TKA ATUN, Literature Editor
Atka is from Poland and completed her studies in linguistics with a specialization in intercultural communication. She has studied in Krakow, Paris, and Strasbourg, and Osaka. Atka has been researching Japanese literature and the influence of minority cuisines on those of ‘host’ countries. She carries her dog around wherever she goes, and eats way too much weird food.

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