wil_d In Japan taps look like ducks. And their name is always TOTO! 7h

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wil_d the flying sculptor 8h

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wil_d Japanese chronicle, day 4: Hero's limit
"Having seen the moon
I'll leave this life
With grace. "
Haiku, from unknown
2d

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wil_d metropolitan manga kid 6d

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wil_d Nihongi, day 3:
"Every morning, facing the mirror, I tell myself: Shohachi, be creative, be good and honest, don't be angry, don't ever fear, and above all, be happy."
Shohachi Sakai
6d

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wil_d the salaryman 1w

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wil_d Kabukiko 1w

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wil_d Nihongi, day 2:
"The symmetry we recognize between japanese and western cultures, unit them through opposition. Both appear all at once similar and different, as the mirror image of ourselves, remaining irreducible, although we meet in every detail. " Claude Lévy-Strauss
1w

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wil_d Japanese chronicle, day 1: crossing 1w

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wil_d Japanese chronicle, day 1:
Not even lost, this is Shinjuku station
1w

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wil_d Japanese chronicle, (very long) day 0:
My flight to Tokyo is still delayed. Killing time!
2w

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wil_d Tô-Kyô-to, a japanese chronicle, day 0:
"The traveler is a constant source of perplexity. His place is everywhere and nowhere. He lives from stolen moments, reflections, small gifts, deals and crumbs. Here are those crumbs ..."
Nicolas Bouvier, in "Japanese chronicle"
2w

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wil_d Littoria house, Asti, Italy - by arch. Ottorino Aloisio 3w

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3w wil_d
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wil_d nobody could tell me what it was 3w

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