Osaka Oscillographer

With his photo-diary “Ozaka fotolog” Japanese photographer Banriman gives unusual insights on the everyday life of his native city and Japanese culture. MAYmagazine shows a selection of his greatest – and sometimes bizarre – pictures

The enormous torch was burning like hell fire. Supporters of the old Japanese folk religion Shugendo had ignited it. With a magic ritual, they wanted to draw strength from the elemental energy of fire. “It was incredibly hot,” says Banri Tanaka. “The whole thing was very sacred, but also quite crazy.” (more…)

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