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“At no time are we ever in such complete possession of a journey, down to its last nook and cranny, as when we are busy with preparations for it." Yukio Mishima ~

“At no time are we ever in such complete possession of a journey, down to its last nook and cranny, as when we are busy with preparations for it.

Playwright and novelist Yukio Mishima foreshadowed his own violent suicide with this ravishing short feature, his only foray into filmmaking, yet made with the expressiveness and confidence of a true cinema artist. All prints of Patriotism (Yukoku), which depicts the seppuku of a army officer, were destroyed after Mishima's death in 1970, though the negative was saved, and the film resurfaced thirty-five years later. New viewers will be stunned at the depth and clarity of Mishima's vision ~

Playwright and novelist Yukio Mishima foreshadowed his own violent suicide with this ravishing short feature, his only foray into filmmaking, yet made with the expressiveness…

Eikoh Hosoe, 1961

Ordeal By Roses by Eikoh Hosoe - Susan Spiritus Gallery

“Possessing by letting go of things was a secret of ownership unknown to youth.” - Yukio MISHIMA (1925~1970), Japanese author 三島由紀夫

Yukio MISHIMA Japanese author -“Possessing by letting go of things was a secret of ownership unknown to youth.

Mishima en el aeropuerto con su mujer Yoko.

Mishima en el aeropuerto con su mujer Yoko.

「最後に守るべきもの」記事の画像

「最後に守るべきもの」記事の画像

Ordeal by roses, Eikoh Hosoe

Eiko Hosoe - Ordeal by roses, 1961

Empress Michiko & Yukio Mishima at kindergarden

Empress Michiko & Yukio Mishima at kindergarden

Yukio Mishima with Raizo Ichikawa during the filming of Enjô 炎上 (Conflagration), 1958. Directed by Kon Ichikawa and starring Raizo Ichikawa. Adapted from the Yukio Mishima novel, "The Temple of the Golden Pavilion."

Yukio Mishima with Raizo Ichikawa during the filming of Enjô 炎上 (Conflagration), Directed by Kon Ichikawa and starring Raizo Ichikawa. Adapted from the Yukio Mishima novel, "The Temple of the Golden Pavilion.

Yukio Mishima, the Japanese novelist who committed harakiri-ceremonial suicide

Yukio Mishima, the Japanese novelist who committed harakiri-ceremonial suicide

Yukio Mishima in January 1964 issue of the women’s fashion magazine Fujingaho.

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The Japanese writer Yukio Mishima displaying his weightlifting skills March 1970

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