First Japanese Female Photojournalist Still Shooting at the Age of 101

Renowned Japanese photographer Tsuneko Sasamoto (now 101 years old) is still expressing her creatively artistic nature by capturing perfectly stunning images. Tsuneko is considered the first Japanese photojournalist (at the age of 25) and has been documenting 70 years of history since then (including pre & post was periods in Japan).

Her work has the power to show the dramatic switch from totalitarian regime to an economic superpower (Japan now) by explaining its complications also.

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Sasamoto shooting in her 20s.

Sasamoto shooting in her 20s.

Sasamoto shooting at 97 years old.

Sasamoto shooting at 97 years old.

Tsuneko Sasamoto on the cover of her book, Hyakusai no Finder.

Tsuneko Sasamoto on the cover of her book, Hyakusai no Finder.

Tsunekos says: “You should never become lazy. It’s essential to remain positive about your life and never give up,” Sasamoto told NHK. “You need to push yourself and stay aware, so you can move forward. That’s what I want people to know.”

Tsuneko Sasamoto

Tsuneko Sasamoto

Tsuneko Sasamoto Memories

Tsuneko Sasamoto Memories

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Sasamoto

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