Surprisingly Multicultural… with Ky S

For some reason I had it in my head that Japan was a very homogenous place, so I was surprised when after landing in Yokohama, there were loads of expats. Japanese society, however, is very strict on who belongs and what their role is… Indeed one of the expats we shot for the issue, Ky S, even wrote about his sense of not belonging and his loneliness in the story published in the mag. So while Japan is a surprisingly multicultural place, the non-Japanese residents are in a way invisible. 

P.S. I’m no Japan expert I should say, but this is simply based on impressions after a 10 day shoot trip there.

P.S.S. Doesn’t Ky have the deepest cum gutters you’ve ever seen?

See more of Ky S and read his story in Elska Magazine issue (09) Yokohama


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