2019-10-06
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[ “Tanabata” Festival at the Site Where Disaster Struck on 3.11 ]Kei Sato

[Size] 297mm×420mm (picture size)
This Frame is for image only.
Actual frame may differ from the photos.

[Material] High quality print

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“Tanabata” Festival at the Site Where Disaster Struck on 3.11

“Tanabata” Festival at the Site Where Disaster Struck on 3.11
Size297mm×420mm (picture size)
This Frame is for image only.
Actual frame may differ from the photos.
MaterialHigh quality print
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Kei Sato

Born in Rikuzentakata, Iwate prefecture.He has been covering the United States, Africa and Central America as a photo journalist.He lost his mother in 3.11 in Rikuzentakata when unprecedented disaster struck the region.Ever since, for over 3 and a half years with his camera in hand, he has been giving encouragement to the people in thedisaster stricken areas living under harsh conditions and trying to gain back normalcy.

Planon supporting the “Mobile Tanabata Festival” from Kawahara in Rikuzentakata which was completely destroyed by the tsunami.

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This piece is sold for charity to help Eastern Japan.
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