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    Romantic Forest: Animals Unique to Northern Japan

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    All Rights Available
    Printed in 2020

    Selling Points
    ・Includes amazing photographs of animal species that are unique to Hokkaido, Japan: Ezo red fox, Shima enaga, and Hokkaido Squirrel.
    ・Capturing the best moments of each animal with its rich facial expressions.
    ・The perfect gift for animal lovers.

    Description
    A serene world filled with stories of animals living in the northern lands of Japan: a squirrel as if playing the piano, fox cubs frolicking, Shima enaga long-tailed tit peering through branches, Japanese chipmunks as though praying for happiness just before spring... This photo book is filled with touching and storytelling moments.

    Author / Photographer
    Born in Hokkaido, Japan in 1979. Hiroki INOUE is a nature photographer focusing on the natural landscape and animals of Hokkaido. In 2016, he was the first Japanese photographer to win first place in the Nature category of the ”National Geographic Travel Photographer of The Year 2016".
    His previous works include "A Wild Fox Chase," a series of works that question the way human society interacts with nature.
    • Size:195×200mm
    • Pages:112Pages(Full Color)
    • Binding:Softbound
    • Publisher:PIE International
    • Language:Japanese
    • ISBN:978-4-7562-5420-7 C0072
    • Author:Hiroki INOUE

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