Kagurazaka and Fukagawa; two places in Tokyo that are home to people who love ”matsuri” (local festivals), and showcase the sublime texture of their every-day life.

German photographer Guenter Zorn and Japanese photographer Mitsugu Ohnishi call Kagurazaka and Fukagawa home respectively, and they are both of the same age. Zorn has lived in Tokyo for over 20 years, and considers Kagurazaka his home. Ohnishi has deep roots to Fukagawa, and has even released a photo book capturing the town.

See their deep love for their home through their photographs.
This Theme Photographers
  • Guenter ZORN image

    Guenter ZORN

    Germany
  • Mitsugu OHNISHI image

    Mitsugu OHNISHI

    Japan
  • Kagurazaka and Fukagawa photo1

    Unique bicycle shop in Kagurazaka

  • Kagurazaka and Fukagawa photo2

    Annual Edo Culture Festival

  • Kagurazaka and Fukagawa photo3

    A person passing through the traditional red ”torii”

    Akagi Shrine

  • Kagurazaka and Fukagawa photo4

    A buddhist monk waiting for alms

    Iidabashi Station

  • Kagurazaka and Fukagawa photo5

    Young lady playing the flute

  • Kagurazaka and Fukagawa photo6

    A water ring in a park

    Sunamachi

  • Kagurazaka and Fukagawa photo7

    A green path of spring

    Sunamachi

  • Kagurazaka and Fukagawa photo8

    Oedo Cherry Blossoms Festival

    Oyokogawa River

  • Kagurazaka and Fukagawa photo9

    Dedication to a shrine

    Tomioka Hachimangu Shrine

  • Kagurazaka and Fukagawa photo10

    Playing at Arakawa Riverbed

    Sunamachi

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