Powerful and prophetic photo book by a Japanese American photographer Yasuhiro Ishimoto (1921-2012) that anticipated a middle century rise of Japanese photography. His life story reflected the history of Japan and the US. He was born in San Francisco and spent several years in Grenada camp during WWII. After being released from the camp he studied architecture at Northwestern University in Illinois and art at the Chicago Institute of Design. Lived several years in Tokyo. His early work, a photo book Someday Somewhere, is a collection of the children's portraits from the streets of Tokyo and Chicago. It is a vivid and scary saga of Urban life where children are the natural part of unnatural life, sort of urban fauna. Text in English and Japanese. In 4to. 28x22,5cm. Unpaginated. Photobook. B&w printing. Imprint with a red stamp is pasted down on the flyleaf. Comes with an exhibition (1996) leaflet and 1985 newspaper fragment. Black cloth hard cover binding. Spine damaged and repaired. Missing dust jacket. Very good condition.Extra shipping charges may be applied due to weight and size of the item.