Tokyo, Japan

Yukino

Cass

Unlike many countries in the world, Japan has been able to retain many of its old customs and traditions. Even today, there is such an effort to pass along those ways. The four seasons of the year have their own distinct set of traditions that I learned from my family from a young age, and I hope to impart those lessons to my future family one day.

PORTRAIT BY SEIYA TAGUCHI

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