Some 60 years later, Takayuki Kita, enchanted by the work of Kawanishi,
spent 2 years hunting down each and every location. “I was driven by the
magic of Hide Kawanishi in his enthusiasm of grasping the deep spirit
and fantasy of Kobe out of the unique architecture scattered in the
city,” says the traveler, who arranged his contemporary photographs
alongside the artwork.

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