Photographing The Japanese Yakuza With Anton Kusters


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With a history that dates back hundreds of years and a business empire that stretches into many areas of modern Japan, the Yakuza are both a feared and respected part of Japanese society.

On this episode of Tokyo Podcast we talk to Belgian photographer Anton Kusters who spent two years photographing the Japanese Yakuza and has produced a fascinating photo book detailing his journey into the heart of the Japanese criminal world.

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