Tempura Magazine 8 - 1

Tempura #8

£15.00

In this number :

You will dive into the suburbs of Toyota, to meet the Nikkei-jin , descendants of Japanese-Brazilian immigrants torn between the desire for integration and cultural affirmation.
You will travel offshore, to Ogasawara , where the Obeikei natives reside , one of the most mixed populations of the archipelago.
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In this number :

You will dive into the suburbs of Toyota, to meet the Nikkei-jin , descendants of Japanese-Brazilian immigrants torn between the desire for integration and cultural affirmation.
You will travel offshore, to Ogasawara , where the Obeikei natives reside , one of the most mixed populations of the archipelago.
You will discover why Japanese colonial history still weighs on the Zainichi , the Japanese of Korean descent.
Naomi Osaka, Rui Hachimura, Maria Ozawa ... You will understand how the hāfu , mixed Japanese, redefine Japanese identity .
Philippe Mesmer takes you behind the scenes of Japanese nationalist groups .

But also :

Justin McCurry takes you into the ruthless world of Keirin, the sulphurous Japanese track cycling .
Ryoko Sekiguchi talks to you about regional identity through ... soy sauce.
You will discover an unpublished travel diary of David Bowie in Japan.
Jake Adelstein is investigating the practice of panchira , the pantyhose photographers plaguing Tokyo's subways.
You will discover the world of Jiro Nagase, a young artist who works with aluminum to make objects as beautiful as they are functional ...

Tempura is a quarterly French magazine on Japan. The magazine tells unexpected stories that challenge received ideas and question our relationship to the world. Work, family, sex, love, death… Each issue is aimed as much at lovers of Japan as at curious readers in search of inspiration.

21 x 28 cm
Softcover
164 pages
January 2022
French
Tempura is a quarterly French magazine on Japan. The magazine tells unexpected stories that challenge received ideas and question our relationship to the world. Work, family, sex, love, death… Each issue is aimed as much at lovers of Japan as at curious readers in search of inspiration.