iPad photo collection application.
Include more than 4000 photos from 1953 to 1999, mostry from early 1970’s, a lot of text and audio commentaries with special guests. Include documentation of the infamous HAPPY END band in early 1970’s.
Text in English and Japanese.
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From Japan Times on December 5, 2014Japan Times Review
(Volume 1 & Volume 2)
2002, Blues Interaction
463 photographs; text in Japanese.
A rare and precise documentary of Japanese pop culture in the late 1960s and early 1970s. As the title suggests, this is a collection of images from Mike Nogami’s photographic diary of his life in Tokyo during that era. The focus of the collection is Nogami’s friends’ rock band, the now-legendary Happy End. In addition to documenting the social milieu and Nogami’s personal life, the photographs trace the evolution of Happy End, from its first incarnation as Apryl Fool to the end of the band and the beginnings of the group members’ solo careers.Buy@AmazonJP
I shot 20,000 pictures from 1968 to 1974, of friends, family, and things that I just wanted to remember. Later, I called this collection my Snapshot Diary.
Snapshot Diary, Tokyo. 1968-1973