I'm an Indonesian photographer currently based in Japan for more than 10 years.
I like taking photos with full of emotions and personality, also spontaneous shots. I'll be here to freeze your beautiful and memorable moments!
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Hello! My name is Andy. I’m an Australian photographer based in Osaka, Japan. I have lived in Japan for over 6 years and have fallen more and more in love with this country. I especially love finding new places to explore in the Kansai area (Osaka, Nara, Kyoto, Kobe). I’d love to show you around and capture some great memories for you that will last a lifetime! I look forward to meeting you.
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Hi! I’m Ian, a photographer from Vancouver, Canada.
I am happiest when I am hanging out with fellow travelers, so if that’s you - let’s go take some photos. While my most formative years were spent in Vancouver, Canada, I also spent part of my childhood in Taipei, Taiwan, and my college years in Northern California. I currently spend most of my free time romping around the Kansai area looking for aesthetic shots to share with my family and friends; but I’ve been feeling pretty social recently :D so let’s dance!
I am comfortable conversing in English, Mandarin, or Japanese and am willing to offer my services anywhere in the Kansai Region (Osaka, Kobe, Kyoto, Wakayama, Nara, etc.)
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Hi, I'm SATOSHI, a photographer based on Osaka and Kyoto.
I was born in Osaka, and grew up in Kyoto. I lived in each city for about 10 years.
I learned English in Los Angels when I was university student, and also learned how much foreign people feel interesting in Japanese culture.
So I felt proud of that I was born in Japan as Japanese, and since then, I have started working as photographer to share Japanese traditions, cultures, and many other attractive parts with foreign tourists during their trip in Japan.
My passion is making a new relationship with foreign people throughout my photography. I also really enjoy talking to people and interacting with strangers.
I love Japan, and love to help you make nice memory in Japan with my full of OMOTENASHI (Hospitality) spirits.
I'm looking forward to see you and make you happy by my photography.
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Hello! My name is Tasha, an Indonesian living in Osaka, Japan. I've been living in Japan for 2 years. In these past 2 years I work as freelance photographer and tour guide in Kansai area (Kobe, Osaka, Kyoto, Nara)!
My love for photography and meeting new people has brought me here. Taking pictures is always a precious moment for me! Looking forward to meet you!
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