Talked【I’ll Teach You the Truth About Travel ～A Famous Author’s World Wandering～】（Sequel） Publishing Agent & Author, Tadashi Onitsuka x Consultant, Atsushi Fukuda
Finally, part 2. We talk about travel, religion and art. Mr. Onitsuka’s adventure stories are fascinating.
Talked【I’ll Teach You the Truth About Travel ～A Famous Author’s World Wandering～】（Sequel）
Publishing Agent & Author, Tadashi Onitsuka x Consultant, Atsushi Fukuda
Onitsuka: “Author’s with books that sell are travelers and people with views on religion. It’s not to say that someone is religious because they enter a certain religion. It is clear that “this” is how to want to appear to the world. Then, you try to show it to the rest of the world by sugarcoating the topic.
When asking, “Why am I alive?” the person who can answer this is considered strong.
The young people now try to find their place on the internet. People now have smartphones, access to information, and live a life without inconveniences in various aspects. Even so, you hear people say, it is difficult for them to live. This is something I do not understand.
The things you see on the internet, and the things that happen in real life are different after all.
What I think is, towns in Europe and Eastern Europe, although they may be small towns, they are extremely beautiful. When you ask the reason, the answer you get is that, “many in the town graduated from beauty college.” I think the government should stop giving exams with only deviation values, and start making a frame for beauty college students. You should hire these people to create the policies and landscapes for the town. Europe makes its earnings from sightseeing spots. Who made this? An artist made this. Who made it in Japan? Most likely, a politician did. That’s why there should be more beauty college graduates in government offices.
Photography： Yukiko Koshima