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  • Fire Investigator Nanasd (CMX), story by Izo Hashimoto and art by Tomoshige Ichikawa, is the kind of book that makes me happy for a handful of reasons.

    03 « November « 2009 « The Manga Curmudgeon

  • Fire Investigator Nanasd (CMX), story by Izo Hashimoto and art by Tomoshige Ichikawa, is the kind of book that makes me happy for a handful of reasons.

    Upcoming 11/4/2009

  • The venerable Ichikawa is doing what so many younger directors have claimed to be doing: he’s making visual music.

    Kon Ichikawa

  • The venerable Ichikawa is doing what so many younger directors have claimed to be doing: he’s making visual music.

    Vitro Nasu » 2006 » November

  • One is “Tony Takitani,” the latest work by Japanese director Jun Ichikawa, which is based on a short story by the best-selling and world-renowned novelist, Haruki Murakami.

    Vitro Nasu » 2005 » August

  • One is “Tony Takitani,” the latest work by Japanese director Jun Ichikawa, which is based on a short story by the best-selling and world-renowned novelist, Haruki Murakami.

    Around the World – August Memorandom

  • Near the end of this descent my mare took the bit between her teeth and carried me at an ungainly gallop into the beautifully situated, precipitous village of Ichikawa, which is absolutely saturated with moisture by the spray of a fine waterfall which tumbles through the middle of it, and its trees and road-side are green with the Protococcus viridis.

    Unbeaten Tracks in Japan

  • “Tony Takitani” has been adapted to a film by Jun Ichikawa which is now getting reviews following its introduction at the Sundance Film Festival.

    My Life as a Human Being, Miro Svolik and “Tony Takitani” a Life of a Film

  • “Tony Takitani” has been adapted to a film by Jun Ichikawa which is now getting reviews following its introduction at the Sundance Film Festival.

    Vitro Nasu » 2005 » February

  • "We've seen a lot of changes in the regional security situation, so we placed a high premium on the performance attributes" of the F-35 in its selection, Defense Minister Yasuo Ichikawa told reporters.

    Japan Chooses F-35 For Next Generation Fighter Jet

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