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Sahoko Aki
  • Osaka, Japan
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Osaka, Japan
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Volunteer, Professional, Freelance
Work areas/research interests
artist, illustrator, art teacher, language teacher, interpreter, travel guide
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Email via my profile mail box
Preferred language(s) for correspondence
English, Japanese
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(1) As an artist and illustrator I have collaborated with archaeologists in Japan to produce interpretative images based on archaeological findings, ethnohistorical records, and other sources; I have also conducted educational workshops for museums, as well as working regularly as an art - art and craft work teacher for children.

My illustrations have been published in books, magazines, posters, and newspapers, I also self published a picture book and poem book. (please check out my homepage below)

(2) I have interest guiding english speaking foreign guests to Japanese towns and countory side for historical, artistic, or forlkrore
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At 15:51 on September 23, 2008, Sahoko Aki said…

Thanks it is very good idea.
It will help much to see what I have been doing and what I wish to do geographically...
I want to try making it into a shape soon!
At 16:33 on September 21, 2008,
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Peter J. Matthews
Dear Sahoko,

It might be interesting to compile all your images of ancient or imaginary scenes based in different parts of Japan, and organise them geographically into a small book, to give viewers a different kind of tour of the country
At 21:47 on June 5, 2008, Sahoko Aki said…


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