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THE LOST SPRING

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The original story related to Japanese mythology with Czech tradition, Masopust.

When it comes to approach towards nature, Japan and Czech Republic have their differences - as well as similarities. Japan has natural religion Shintoism and Czech used to be pagan before Christianity. Japanese illustrator Saki, who was fascinated by Czech tradition, worked with Czech writer Anna to create an original story. It centers on bringing an end to winter as spring is significant for both countries. Our sources were Japanese mythology book Kojiki and Czech mythology as well as tradition of celebrating masopust.

Written in English
23 x 15,7 CM
Second edition of 250 pieces
Prague, 2018

Illustration and graphic design / Saki Matsumoto
Writing / Anna Sophia Bobreková
Editing / Vojtěch Mašek a Jiří Dvořák
Language corrections / Hana Bělíková

400 Czk

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