Sanrizuka – Moeru Hokuso daichi / Document by Tadao Mitome et al

Publisher: Shinsensha, Tokyo

Year: 1971

Format: Hardcover, with DJ, 23.7 x 17.7 cm, 192 pages

Edition: First

Condition: Used, very good condition

 

Sanrizuka documents the intense civil unrest between residents of Sanrizuka, an agricultural area located on the east side of Narita airport, and government authorities, in the run up to the construction and later expansion of the airport. Under a 1966 plan, the airport would have been completed in 1971, but due to the ongoing resettlement disputes, not all of the land for the airport was available by then. Finally, in 1971, the Japanese government began forcibly expropriating land. 291 protesters were arrested and more than 1,000 police, villagers and student militants were injured in a series of riots.

Tags: Japanese Photography, Martin Parr, Protest, Rare, The Photobook: A History Vol III

£175.00

  • Sanrizuka – Moeru Hokuso daichi / Document by Tadao Mitome et al
  • Sanrizuka – Moeru Hokuso daichi / Document by Tadao Mitome et al
  • Sanrizuka – Moeru Hokuso daichi / Document by Tadao Mitome et al
  • Sanrizuka – Moeru Hokuso daichi / Document by Tadao Mitome et al
  • Sanrizuka – Moeru Hokuso daichi / Document by Tadao Mitome et al
  • Sanrizuka – Moeru Hokuso daichi / Document by Tadao Mitome et al