The Japan Photo Project (JPP) is a documentary photo project about Japan by Toru Morimoto and Tina Bagué. Toru, Japanese black & white photographer, and Tina, Western color photographer, demonstrated each different perspective toward the same subject, Japan. The collaboration between the two photographers has started in 2002. In 2010, they traveled all over Japan for 365 days by a motorhome. Consisted mainly of the pictures form this 42,000km-long-roadtrip, the photography book "JAPAN/日本" was published in 2011, by The Private Space, a publishing house in Barcelona. Following the photo book, photo exhibition "Nippon" was held sucessfully in Tokyo, Milan, and Barcelona. The exhibition "Nippon" is available to travel to any city in the world.
To share their experiences of JPP, Toru Morimoto and Tina Bagué have launched a travel agency, AKASHI TRAVEL, in 2018 to organize photo tours to Japan for small groups and individuals. Discover Japan with Toru Morimoto and Tina Bagué!