Halloween at the Yakuba by Ben Mirin

By Ben Mirin, CIR

Filming by Emi Kimura

For those of you watching in Concord, “jouzu” means “very good” or “skilled.”

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2 Replies to “Halloween at the Yakuba by Ben Mirin”

  1. Amazing production values. I guess everyone likes to dress up, and I guess there’s no indigenous holiday that involves wearing costumes (?). Goth and Japanese-themed costume play is big in Dusseldorf. Saturday mornings you can see crowds of German kids dressed up at the main train station. (Dusseldorf has a large Japanese population and several Japanese shopping streets near the train station, which I guess is what attracts them.)

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