The first Japanese female photojournalist has died on the age of 107
Soniko Sasamoto, Japan’s first girl photojournalist and well-known photographer, has died on the age of 107.
Soniko Sasamoto died on August 15, simply 2 weeks earlier than her 108th birthday, consistent with overseas media reports.
Japan’s first girl photojournalist became born in Tokyo in 1914. She desired to be a painter
however after her father disapproved, she selected pictures and joined the Photographic Association of Japan in 1940.
The girl photojournalist’s topics ranged from General Douglas MacArthur, who oversaw the American career of Japan World War II, to coal miners’ wives.
According to the document of the overseas information agency, the girl photojournalist informed the name of the game of lengthy existence in an interview and stated
a tumbler of crimson wine each night time and a chunk of chocolate each day are blanketed with inside the mystery of my lengthy existence.
He had similarly stated in that interview that ‘You ought to in no way be lazy, usually be superb approximately your existence’.
Soniko Sasamoto additionally stated that ‘Never supply up, you want to transport ahead and be conscious so that you can circulate ahead’.