Sights and Scenes of Japan (英語) ハードカバー – 2017/4/11
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- A perfect introduction to Japan, illustrating one man's love for the country'Sights and Scenes of Japan' is a book that will tempt anyone to visit or to rediscover this unique country. Breath-taking landscapes, magnificent ancient shrines and temples, lively cities with ultra-modern architecture and a unique somewhat mysterious culture make Japan one of the most popular tourist destinations in Asia. A life-long interest in Japan and its culture by the author/photographer have crystallized into the pages of this book. Beautifully edited, this book showcases some of the most commanding sights and striking scenes of this fascinating country. Hence Sights and Scenes of Japan reveals in a visual way the true spirit of Japan. More than 180 stunning full colour photos on high quality paper Eleven double page panoramic photos Specially brushed calligraphy for the titles of the chapters All photos accompanied by interesting text A separate chapter covers the four seasons Concise history and timeline Hardcover with beautiful dustjacket 'Sights and Scenes of Japan' is a book every lover of this country would like to have on his or her coffee table. Ideally before making the trip, alternatively as a great souvenir after having visited Japan.
Marc Popelier is a business and financial professional with extensive international management experience in logistics, retail, automotive and the electronics industry related to or in Japan. He holds an MBA from the University of Antwerp and the Catholic University of Leuven in Belgium and is the owner of an advisory company that supports companies entering the Japanese market. He studied at the American University in Washington when NBC broadcasted the TV documentary If Japan can ... Why can't we'. The series focused on quality and continual improvement in Japanese manufacturing laying the foundations for his interest in Japanese business and production techniques.
He is a an enthusiastic amateur photographer and his close bond with Japan and frequent visits resulted in a unique and impressive photo archive compiling some of the country's most picturesque sights and most striking scenes.