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Leiko Ikemura, an artist. (for Blau Magazine)

Shinnosuke Mitsushima, an actor (for Weekly Playboy)

Ayaka Brandy (for Washington Post)

Raimu Kaminashi (for Washington Post)

Jun Soejima (for Washington Post)

Futa Kodama (L) and Sora Kodama pose for portrait at their house. They have evacuated from their home town Natori, Miyagi where massive Tsunami hit on 11th of March, 2011. ( for Yahoo!News Japan)

Harry Gruyaert, a Belgium Magnum photographer in Kyoto, 2019.

Miona Hori, an actress and former member of Nogizaka 46. (for weekly playboy)

Leiko Ikemura (for Blau Magazine)

Yoshihide Suga, a Prime Minister of Japan (for LINE Blogos)

Daigo Matsui, a film director. (for Weekly Playboy)

Shohei Yasuda, a chef received Forbes JAPAN 30 UNDER 30. (for Forbes Japan)

Tsunekazu Ishihara, a CEO of Pokemon (for The Wall Street Journal)

Miwako Date, a CEO at Mori Trust

Saburo Nishiura, a CEO at Hulic (for Forbes Japan)

Soichiro Minami, a CEO at Visional (for Forbes Japan)

Junichi Miki, a CEO at Roland (for Forbes Japan)

Kenneth Greve, a Danish Choreographer (for PEN+)

Shinichiro Ueda, a film director (for weekly playboy)

Jinnai, a CEO at Restaurant Hiramatsu

Takuya Yokota, the brother of Megumi Yokota who is a Japanese woman who was abducted by a North Korean agent in 1977, when she was a thirteen-year-old junior high school student. (for NBC News)


Raimu Kaminashi (for Washington Post)

Koichi Mizutome, a CEO at Akido Sushiro (for Forbes Japan)

Sota Fukushima, an Educational Sociologist

Kai Harada, a climber. (for Champion)

Tomoyuki Yoshinaga, a CEO of Mizkan (for Forbes JAPAN)

Ikuko Ebihara, a CEO of Jhonson & Jhonson Vision Care (for Forbes JAPAN)

Michitaka Sawada, a CEO of Kao (for Forbes JAPAN)

Takuya Nakata, a CEO of YAMAHA (for Forbes JAPAN)

Daisuke Tahara (for WIRED US)

Ms. Murakami

Miwa Nishikawa, a film director. (for Weekly Playboy)

Harry Gruyaert, a Belgium Magnum photographer. Shot at his studio in Paris, 12th of July, 2017.

Akihiko Kondo uses his phone with 'Hatsune Miku' in the background before going to bed at his house on September 11, 2018 in Tokyo, Japan. Kondo, a 35 year-old school clerk living in Tokyo, has recently announced on twitter his plans to marry 'Hatsune Miku', the two dimensional virtual idol, on 4th of November, 2018, after having been in love with her for 10 years. Every day he plays with the 'Gatebox', a home AI communication device. (for Getty Images)

Rei Inamoto, a creative director (for WORKMILL)

Hiroki Matsueda (23), Runner. (Commissioned by Fujitsu/ Fixers Japan))

Yukako Asakawa

Yuta Nakahara, 20, poses during an archery event for 20-year-olds to celebrate their coming-of-age at Sanjusangendo Temple on January 17, 2016 in Kyoto, Japan. Some 2,000 people took part in the annual event. ( for Getty Images)

For Danish Broadcasting Service/ Fixers Japan

Ethiopia Geothermal Project (For JICA)

Ethiopia Geothermal Project (For JICA)

Ethiopia Geothermal Project (For JICA)

For Philips/ Fixers Japan

For Philips/ Fixers Japan

For Philips/ Fixers Japan

Halloween participants in Tokyo. (for Getty Images)

Halloween participants in Tokyo. (for Getty Images)