“Nagano (b. 1925) is one of Japan’s most prolific documentary photographers. Since the end of World War II he has photographed all across Japan, and the streets of Tokyo, his adopted home, have been his greatest muse. This book reveals a lesser-known series that he took on his first overseas trip to Hong Kong in 1958. This is the first time that a book of these ‘classic’ black-and-white street photographs has been published, fifty years after they were taken…”
Read the full book review by Marc Feustel.