Admit It Japan You Love When A Foreigner Struggles With Chopsticks
Haikus by Some Guy Called Bruno Pieroni Photos Are His TooPaperback - 2016
Haiku is an ancient form of poetry that has been part of Japanese culture for centuries. Its subject matter tends to be the contemplation of nature and the beauty in quiet landscapes. But that's not the kind of stuff that inspires writer and photographer Bruno Pieroni. Challenged by a friend to write a haiku every day of his monthlong trip to Japan, Bruno went farther, and chronicled his experiences through the haiku format, from arriving at his airbnb to riding the bullet train, from eating sushi while someone smokes nearby to spending the night in a capsule hotel. Those are paired with in-your-face photos of many of those experiences, navigating between the beautiful and the culturally shocking. This is not a regular travel guide - it's a humorous take on the travel experience in an unlikely format. You'll lunge through the combinations of photos and writing quickly as you inevitably book a trip yourself.
Published: [Place of publication not identified] :, [Bruno],, 
Branch Call Number: 808.8141 PIE
Characteristics: 1 volume (unpaged) :,illustrations ;,24 cm