The JAPAN TIMES has an article up on this weekend’s Resfest.
Tokyo became a stop in 1999, one of the first beyond the original five cities. Japan also has been a major source of contributors. Last year saw Junji Kojima and Kentaro Kobayashi’s “Japanese Tradition (Relationships)” win the Audience Choice Award. This time, look for Tokyo-born Gaku Kinoshita’s entry, “For Your Blossom . . . “
Read it in its entirety here. The festival, taking place at the Laforet Museum in Harajuku, starts this Saturday (November 20), and ends the following Tuesday.