Tatsuya Kameyama and Atsuko Nakagawa have been working together as Tupera Tupera since 2002, and are known for their original, humorous, and colourful picture books and illustrations. This collection of postcards with illustrations is inspired by the natural beauty of Shiretoko National Park, which covers most of the Shiretoko Peninsula at the north-eastern tip of the island of Hokkaido, Japan. One of the island’s most remote regions, Shiretoko is best known as the home of Japan’s largest brown bear population. Besides the bear, the postcards feature a fun variety of playfully illustrated flora and fauna, as well as different outdoor activities that can be enjoyed in the park.
72 p, ills colour, 31 x 15 cm, pb, Japanese