Photo by Yasuyuki Kasagi


“I don’t like you”
I think from the word ”I don't like you” which my grandmother taught me in my childhood.
At a red-right district of Yokosuka of the 1960s when Frank Sinatra sang “my way”, women who worked might say “I don't like you” to the U.S. soldier from the Yokosuka base  to send away an unpleasant visitor. And Asian women say to a Japanese that it is, "I like it" now at the same place.
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