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Tamasaburō V

Tamasaburo Bando, «trésor national vivant du Japon», passe à Paris au théâtre du Châtelet en février.

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La face sombre de Miyazaki

[SPOILERS, obviously, pour les deux du fond qui n’aurait pas vu Toroto et Chihiro] Totoro The story is far from a happy one. According to him, and apparently a popular urban legend in itself, Totoro and his magical friends are in fact Shinigami, that is to say the gods of death, the grim reaper. Pretty […]

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Miwa

La femme idéale au Japon est un homme via Le baiser de Miwa Akihiro.Ce sourire.

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I still see things

On Aug. 6, 1945, the first atomic bomb was dropped on my hometown, Hiroshima. I was there, and only 7 years old.  A Flash of Memory, by Issey Miyake.

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Insular

An Enclave of Brazilians Is Testing Insular Japan : Immigration is an unpopular and politically delicate topic. But the country’s 317,000 Japanese-Brazilians – whose children are growing up in Japan and, in many cases, coming of age here – effectively make up Japan’s largest immigrant population.