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Photos by Jens Andersson: Japan

Jens Andersson (born 1974 in Stockholm, Sweden) is a photographer from the street and this is where he finds his inspiration: The Stockholm skateboard scene, homeless people, fashion, and friends gloriously bbq-ing in the nude. His work has been exhibited at shows around the world – Stockholm, Amsterdam, Tokyo, New York and Los Angeles to name a few.

Specially curated for SushiOi, the exibition consists of photos from all Jens travels to Japan. Feel the hectic mornings at Tjukiji fish market. Get some inside from a Sake Brewery in Gose, Nara district. Deer and Buddha at Todaji Temple. Reflections of everyday life in Japan.

For more of Jens Andersson's photos, visit thejens.com

 
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Tokyo skyline.


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Hiroshi Fujiwara, musician and designer.


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Tapping bottles at Sake brewery in Gose, Nara district.


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Deer at Todaji temple.


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Early morning at Tjukiji fishmarket.


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Preparing rice for brewing Sake.


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Schoolkids at Todaji temple.


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Everyday life in Gose, Nara district.


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Tjukiji fishmarket.


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Tokyo reflections.
 


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Preparing rice for sake.


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Kobe.


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Traffic in Shibuya-ku.


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Traffic in Shibuya-ku.
 


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Sake brewery.

 


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Deer at Todaji temple.


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Todaji temple.


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70 percent polished rice for exclusive sake.


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Wasabi roots.
 


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Gose, Nara district.


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Sake barrels.


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Tjukiji fishmarket.