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Araki: Tokyo Lucky Hole [EPUB] ✼ Araki: Tokyo Lucky Hole By Nobuyoshi Araki – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Tokyo entertainment centers in the early s photographed by Araki It started in with an ordinary coffee shop near Kyoto whose waitresses famously wore no panties under their miniskirts and see through Tokyo entertainment centers in the early s photographed by Araki It started inwith an ordinary coffee shop near Kyoto whose waitresses famously wore no panties under their miniskirts and see through pantyhose As word began to spread, similar establishments popped up across the country Men lined up outside these caf s waiting to pay three times the usual cost for coffee served by a panty free young woman, hoping to catch a fortuitous glimpse Within a few years, a new craze took hold the no panties massage parlor Competition for customers Araki: Tokyo PDF \ led these new types of businesses to offer an increasingly bizarre range of services fondling clients through holes in coffins whilst they lie naked inside playing dead, interiors catering to commuter train fetishists, young virgin role playing, etc Amongst these many destinations was a Tokyo club called Lucky Hole Here, the premise was ridiculously simple clients stood on one side of a plywood partition, a hostess on the other in between them was simply a hole big enough for a certain part of the male anatomy to pass through Nobuyoshi Araki was a frequent visitor to the sex clubs of Tokyo s Shinjuku neighborhood, and he photographed them profusely until the golden age of Japan s sex industry came to a screeching halt in February , with the enactment of the New Amusement Business Control and Improvement Act In overphotos, Tokyo Lucky Hole documents the free for all spirit of those clubs via Araki s lens.

    Load results Apple Footer Apple Support of businesses to offer an increasingly bizarre range of services fondling clients through holes in coffins whilst they lie naked inside playing dead, interiors catering to commuter train fetishists, young virgin role playing, etc Amongst these many destinations was a Tokyo club called Lucky Hole Here, the premise was ridiculously simple clients stood on one side of a plywood partition, a hostess on the other in between them was simply a hole big enough for a certain part of the male anatomy to pass through Nobuyoshi Araki was a frequent visitor to the sex clubs of Tokyo s Shinjuku neighborhood, and he photographed them profusely until the golden age of Japan s sex industry came to a screeching halt in February , with the enactment of the New Amusement Business Control and Improvement Act In overphotos, Tokyo Lucky Hole documents the free for all spirit of those clubs via Araki s lens."/>
  • Hardcover
  • 704 pages
  • Araki: Tokyo Lucky Hole
  • Nobuyoshi Araki
  • English
  • 09 January 2019
  • 3836536722

About the Author: Nobuyoshi Araki

Nobuyoshi Araki is a Japanese photographer and contemporary artist He is also known by the nickname Ar kAraki studied photography during his college years and then went to work at the advertising agency Dentsu, where he met his future wife, the essayist Y ko Araki After they were married, Araki published a book of pictures of his wife taken during their honeymoon titled Sentimental Journey She later died in Pictures taken during her last days were published in a book titled Winter JourneyHaving published over books and stillevery year Araki: Tokyo PDF \ Araki is considered one of the most prolific artists alive or dead in Japan and around the world Many of his photographs are erotic some have been called pornographic Some of his most popular photography books are Sentimental Journey, Tokyo Lucky Hole, and Shino He also contributed photography to the Sunrise anime series Brain PowerdThe Icelandic musician Bj rk is an admirer of Araki s work, and served as one of his models At her request he photographed the cover and inner sleeve pages of her remix album, TelegramAraki s life and work were the subject of Travis Klose s documentary film Arakimentari.



10 thoughts on “Araki: Tokyo Lucky Hole

  1. Roxana Chirilă Roxana Chirilă says:

    Should I review what s basically pornography Eh, why not Tokyo Lucky Hole is a big photo album with a tiny, tiny intro to give you a small bit of context regarding the contents In short an even shorter nutshell than the book offers , Japan had a bit of a sex boom from 1978 to 1985, when enterprising people realized that you didn t need to have professional sex workers amateurs would work as well What happened was that someone in Kyoto came up with the concept of a no panties coffee s Should I review what s basically pornography Eh, why not Tokyo Lucky Hole is a big photo album with a tiny, tiny intro to give you a small bit of context regarding the contents In short an even shorter nutshell than the book offers , Japan had a bit of a sex boom from 1978 to 1985, when enterprising people realized that you didn t need to have professional sex workers amateurs would work as well What happened was that someone in Kyoto came up with the concept of a no panties coffee shop , where the waitresses wore no panties Men came and huge lines formed for the sake of novelty As it became obvious there was a lot of potential there, copycats soon appeared, then tried to outdo each other with all sorts of crazy ideas, then things moved on to actual prostitution it all ended in 1985, when the professional sex workers struck back with a legal act Tokyo Lucky Hole consists of hundred of photos dated about 1983 1985, documenting this period and this sex boom Not surprisingly, many of them are, if not downright explicitly pornographic, then leading up to it with the exception of a few interspersed street photos which give the reader a breather.There s all sorts of activities going on, but the album gets repetitive after a while naturally If there a few things I ve deeply appreciated, they were the lack of mucking about with the photos for glamour purposes, the feeling that the models are enjoying themselves are they really That s a question that can t be answered and, to be honest, the everything about the eighties, from the crazy hair to the old TV sets to the what the heck is that interior design More context would have been nice what was up with the masquerade with women dressed in the American flag Why do we get some photos from a normal party There s little to explain the wider world in which all this took place so you peep into the world, and draw your own conclusions

  2. Tosh Tosh says:

    I reviewed this book in another edition before For whatever reason I gave the old edition four stars and this one five stars Why Sex is a mood thing with me And Araki sometimes strikes my fancy and other times not But what s important is not the sex, but the way he captures an aesthetic in sexual affairs.He is also a great documentarian with respect to Tokyo bar sex life The pictures of his wife, often erotic, is heartbreaking to me, because I know she passed away from cancer So the way A I reviewed this book in another edition before For whatever reason I gave the old edition four stars and this one five stars Why Sex is a mood thing with me And Araki sometimes strikes my fancy and other times not But what s important is not the sex, but the way he captures an aesthetic in sexual affairs.He is also a great documentarian with respect to Tokyo bar sex life The pictures of his wife, often erotic, is heartbreaking to me, because I know she passed away from cancer So the way Araki deals with that lost is fascinating to me as well There is something very good nature about Araki, which is odd considering half the models in this book are tied up in some sort of fashion And i am not part of a bondage aesthetic, so it s interesting to look at these photos without being aroused But what arouses me are the faces of these women i find a woman s face the most erotic part of their being And Araki is very good at capturing that moment

  3. April April says:

    Without obscenity, our cities are dreary places and our life is bleak Nobuyoshi ArakiAraki is an interesting one for me Never one to shy away from controversy, the objects of his photographs range from a small, furry feline to a female sprawled out in a most amorous pose, and all are irrevocably beautiful The dynamic between his tones is indicative of Araki s fascination with Eros Thanatos and is present throughout his narratives, which makes for truly fascinating photography I ve been a f Without obscenity, our cities are dreary places and our life is bleak Nobuyoshi ArakiAraki is an interesting one for me Never one to shy away from controversy, the objects of his photographs range from a small, furry feline to a female sprawled out in a most amorous pose, and all are irrevocably beautiful The dynamic between his tones is indicative of Araki s fascination with Eros Thanatos and is present throughout his narratives, which makes for truly fascinating photography I ve been a fan of his for a while now and Araki Lucky Hole was a recent find I was pretty excited to peruse The success of this compilation owes, in part, to the alluring, unabashedly shameless time it documents early 1980s Japan, the years in which the sex industry was rife with hypnotic, eccentric possibility and in the midst of revolutionizing the way one indulges in pleasures of the flesh It s refreshing to see a side of Japan less conservative, and a really neat aspect of the collection is just how goddamn fun it looks like everyone is having The photos capture a truly fascinating time, yet one that came and went just about as quickly as the clients who frequented Araki does an intriguing job of capturing the bubbling underground of Tokyo s sex industry in a time when sex itself was being reimagined in places like the bright, dazzling alleys of Kabukich It s a journey of obscenity that is as captivating as it is informing

  4. Craig Craig says:

    More of a photographic chronicling of an era than an actual book, this doesn t detract from the education and entertainment offered in this mammoth collection Varying in degree of smut and vulgarity, there s a candid quality to a lot of these snaps that istelling than any first hand account from an owner or dancer On one page you ll see a dimly lit street being cut through by a sedan, and on the very next you ll see a woman baring all that she has, a curious finger walking through the pu More of a photographic chronicling of an era than an actual book, this doesn t detract from the education and entertainment offered in this mammoth collection Varying in degree of smut and vulgarity, there s a candid quality to a lot of these snaps that istelling than any first hand account from an owner or dancer On one page you ll see a dimly lit street being cut through by a sedan, and on the very next you ll see a woman baring all that she has, a curious finger walking through the pubis The content and tone shifts constantly but the shots remain beautiful and well composed Not simply a coffee table grumble book, this is history and tells a seldom seen story through photographs better than a wall of text could Even so, the short paragraphs dotted about the book add further background and remind you that this is someone s work,a passage of time they were eager to share My only real niggle and this is going to sound counterintuitive but it is a little long While the photos are varied enough, it s a lot to fill over 700 pages with I appreciate the rich tapestry on offer, really I do, but it was a welcome finish

  5. Tosh Tosh says:

    One moment totally erotic, the next disturbed, and then a pretty picture of a kitty cat, and then a street in Tokyo Araki is an amazing photographer and I think he may be also a very interesting man I have seen photographs that he took of his wife that is both erotic and longing and eventually she passed away from cancer Which is heartbreaking especially through his work It s almost the erotic impulse is what keeps him going plus the occasional kitty cat as well.

  6. Aaron the Pink Donut Aaron the Pink Donut says:

    Really a chronicle of a by gone time Photographed with his usual flair and style Its a big old book of great B W images covering the gambit of all sorts of Kinks Good Stuff well executed all around and since its a Teschen its super cheap in paperback Really a chronicle of a by gone time Photographed with his usual flair and style Its a big old book of great BW images covering the gambit of all sorts of Kinks Good Stuff well executed all around and since its a Teschen its super cheap in paperback

  7. Michal Rohal Michal Rohal says:

    Well, not exactly reading but even the short chapters foreword written by Akihito Yasumi and Akira Suei gave me a good insight and put those photographs of Araki into context that changed those little pieces into one story.

  8. Ernest Junius Ernest Junius says:

    Over the course of his advanced years, Araki must have often reminisced about how good the life he had in his younger days I so admire his ability to humour and party.

  9. Daphne Daphne says:

    I think, at face value, it s a great concept, documenting Kabukicho, uncensored in all its glory But, personal thoughts on sex work and potential power imbalances aside, the idea gets really old, really fast I respect Araki s body of work but Tokyo Lucky Hole is just well, it s messy, and all those bodies stacked page after page just becomes desensitising

  10. Hafeez Marwat Hafeez Marwat says:

    this is a wonderful book I want to increase my knowledge so

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10 thoughts on “Araki: Tokyo Lucky Hole

  1. Roxana Chirilă Roxana Chirilă says:

    Should I review what s basically pornography Eh, why not Tokyo Lucky Hole is a big photo album with a tiny, tiny intro to give you a small bit of context regarding the contents In short an even shorter nutshell than the book offers , Japan had a bit of a sex boom from 1978 to 1985, when enterprising people realized that you didn t need to have professional sex workers amateurs would work as well What happened was that someone in Kyoto came up with the concept of a no panties coffee s Should I review what s basically pornography Eh, why not Tokyo Lucky Hole is a big photo album with a tiny, tiny intro to give you a small bit of context regarding the contents In short an even shorter nutshell than the book offers , Japan had a bit of a sex boom from 1978 to 1985, when enterprising people realized that you didn t need to have professional sex workers amateurs would work as well What happened was that someone in Kyoto came up with the concept of a no panties coffee shop , where the waitresses wore no panties Men came and huge lines formed for the sake of novelty As it became obvious there was a lot of potential there, copycats soon appeared, then tried to outdo each other with all sorts of crazy ideas, then things moved on to actual prostitution it all ended in 1985, when the professional sex workers struck back with a legal act Tokyo Lucky Hole consists of hundred of photos dated about 1983 1985, documenting this period and this sex boom Not surprisingly, many of them are, if not downright explicitly pornographic, then leading up to it with the exception of a few interspersed street photos which give the reader a breather.There s all sorts of activities going on, but the album gets repetitive after a while naturally If there a few things I ve deeply appreciated, they were the lack of mucking about with the photos for glamour purposes, the feeling that the models are enjoying themselves are they really That s a question that can t be answered and, to be honest, the everything about the eighties, from the crazy hair to the old TV sets to the what the heck is that interior design More context would have been nice what was up with the masquerade with women dressed in the American flag Why do we get some photos from a normal party There s little to explain the wider world in which all this took place so you peep into the world, and draw your own conclusions

  2. Tosh Tosh says:

    I reviewed this book in another edition before For whatever reason I gave the old edition four stars and this one five stars Why Sex is a mood thing with me And Araki sometimes strikes my fancy and other times not But what s important is not the sex, but the way he captures an aesthetic in sexual affairs.He is also a great documentarian with respect to Tokyo bar sex life The pictures of his wife, often erotic, is heartbreaking to me, because I know she passed away from cancer So the way A I reviewed this book in another edition before For whatever reason I gave the old edition four stars and this one five stars Why Sex is a mood thing with me And Araki sometimes strikes my fancy and other times not But what s important is not the sex, but the way he captures an aesthetic in sexual affairs.He is also a great documentarian with respect to Tokyo bar sex life The pictures of his wife, often erotic, is heartbreaking to me, because I know she passed away from cancer So the way Araki deals with that lost is fascinating to me as well There is something very good nature about Araki, which is odd considering half the models in this book are tied up in some sort of fashion And i am not part of a bondage aesthetic, so it s interesting to look at these photos without being aroused But what arouses me are the faces of these women i find a woman s face the most erotic part of their being And Araki is very good at capturing that moment

  3. April April says:

    Without obscenity, our cities are dreary places and our life is bleak Nobuyoshi ArakiAraki is an interesting one for me Never one to shy away from controversy, the objects of his photographs range from a small, furry feline to a female sprawled out in a most amorous pose, and all are irrevocably beautiful The dynamic between his tones is indicative of Araki s fascination with Eros Thanatos and is present throughout his narratives, which makes for truly fascinating photography I ve been a f Without obscenity, our cities are dreary places and our life is bleak Nobuyoshi ArakiAraki is an interesting one for me Never one to shy away from controversy, the objects of his photographs range from a small, furry feline to a female sprawled out in a most amorous pose, and all are irrevocably beautiful The dynamic between his tones is indicative of Araki s fascination with Eros Thanatos and is present throughout his narratives, which makes for truly fascinating photography I ve been a fan of his for a while now and Araki Lucky Hole was a recent find I was pretty excited to peruse The success of this compilation owes, in part, to the alluring, unabashedly shameless time it documents early 1980s Japan, the years in which the sex industry was rife with hypnotic, eccentric possibility and in the midst of revolutionizing the way one indulges in pleasures of the flesh It s refreshing to see a side of Japan less conservative, and a really neat aspect of the collection is just how goddamn fun it looks like everyone is having The photos capture a truly fascinating time, yet one that came and went just about as quickly as the clients who frequented Araki does an intriguing job of capturing the bubbling underground of Tokyo s sex industry in a time when sex itself was being reimagined in places like the bright, dazzling alleys of Kabukich It s a journey of obscenity that is as captivating as it is informing

  4. Craig Craig says:

    More of a photographic chronicling of an era than an actual book, this doesn t detract from the education and entertainment offered in this mammoth collection Varying in degree of smut and vulgarity, there s a candid quality to a lot of these snaps that istelling than any first hand account from an owner or dancer On one page you ll see a dimly lit street being cut through by a sedan, and on the very next you ll see a woman baring all that she has, a curious finger walking through the pu More of a photographic chronicling of an era than an actual book, this doesn t detract from the education and entertainment offered in this mammoth collection Varying in degree of smut and vulgarity, there s a candid quality to a lot of these snaps that istelling than any first hand account from an owner or dancer On one page you ll see a dimly lit street being cut through by a sedan, and on the very next you ll see a woman baring all that she has, a curious finger walking through the pubis The content and tone shifts constantly but the shots remain beautiful and well composed Not simply a coffee table grumble book, this is history and tells a seldom seen story through photographs better than a wall of text could Even so, the short paragraphs dotted about the book add further background and remind you that this is someone s work,a passage of time they were eager to share My only real niggle and this is going to sound counterintuitive but it is a little long While the photos are varied enough, it s a lot to fill over 700 pages with I appreciate the rich tapestry on offer, really I do, but it was a welcome finish

  5. Tosh Tosh says:

    One moment totally erotic, the next disturbed, and then a pretty picture of a kitty cat, and then a street in Tokyo Araki is an amazing photographer and I think he may be also a very interesting man I have seen photographs that he took of his wife that is both erotic and longing and eventually she passed away from cancer Which is heartbreaking especially through his work It s almost the erotic impulse is what keeps him going plus the occasional kitty cat as well.

  6. Aaron the Pink Donut Aaron the Pink Donut says:

    Really a chronicle of a by gone time Photographed with his usual flair and style Its a big old book of great B W images covering the gambit of all sorts of Kinks Good Stuff well executed all around and since its a Teschen its super cheap in paperback Really a chronicle of a by gone time Photographed with his usual flair and style Its a big old book of great BW images covering the gambit of all sorts of Kinks Good Stuff well executed all around and since its a Teschen its super cheap in paperback

  7. Michal Rohal Michal Rohal says:

    Well, not exactly reading but even the short chapters foreword written by Akihito Yasumi and Akira Suei gave me a good insight and put those photographs of Araki into context that changed those little pieces into one story.

  8. Ernest Junius Ernest Junius says:

    Over the course of his advanced years, Araki must have often reminisced about how good the life he had in his younger days I so admire his ability to humour and party.

  9. Daphne Daphne says:

    I think, at face value, it s a great concept, documenting Kabukicho, uncensored in all its glory But, personal thoughts on sex work and potential power imbalances aside, the idea gets really old, really fast I respect Araki s body of work but Tokyo Lucky Hole is just well, it s messy, and all those bodies stacked page after page just becomes desensitising

  10. Hafeez Marwat Hafeez Marwat says:

    this is a wonderful book I want to increase my knowledge so

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