On reçoit quotidiennement une image du Japon « kawaii » et du Japon excentrique qui donnent l’impression aux étrangers de débarquer sur une autre planète. Mais il existe aussi un Japon moins glamour, celui qu’a saisit le photographe de rue Lee Chapman, celui des boutiques fermées, de la tôle rouillée et des tags crados. Petit tour du quartier :

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Corner.

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Shopping.

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Corner.

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Camouflage.

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Old and new.

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Bus stop.

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Fashion...

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Garden?

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Jesus.

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Shapes.

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Flowers.

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Coke.

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Ok, on n’a plus envie d’y aller, merci.

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