self-published by Tetsuro Miyazaki
Hāfu2Hāfu - a Worldwide Photography Project about Mixed Japanese Identity.
This is an ongoing worldwide photography project exploring what it means to be hāfu – a person with one Japanese parent.
Japanese-Belgian photographer Tetsuro Miyazaki has interviewed and portrayed fellow Japanese hāfu, with a parent from nearly 100 different countries. 120 people in this book do not answer questions but ask them: each hāfu poses a question to you, the viewer.
With these questions, Hāfu2Hāfu is creating dialogue and stimulates self-reflection about identity, so that we can find answers of our own.
- Bilingual Japanese English
- 120 photos and questions
- 98 different ‘other’ countries represented
- Foreword by Duncan Ryūken Williams
- Introduction by Nina M. Cataldo
- FAQ to Tetsuro Miyazaki