Who takes the time these days to climb a tree in bare feet? To stop and observe birds? Play in puddles after a storm? Go down to the sea to return a shell? The Walking Man does as he strolls at random through urban Japan - often silent, usually alone - with his vivid dreams that let time stand still.
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Jiro Taniguchi was born 1947 in Tottori, Japan. He trained in the 60's and debuted in 1971 in 'Young Comic'. During the 70's he worked with author Natsuo Sekikawa before launching into their massive work 'The times of Botchan' in the 80's. The 90's saw many solo works including the prize winning 'A Distant Neighborhood'. The new millenium saw Taniguchi's epic adaptation of Baku Yumemakura's novel 'The Summit of the Gods' into a 1500 page manga. He continues to live and work in Japan.
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