FINE LIMITED EDITIONS SINCE 1974

Hello, Goodbye

The Beatles in Tokyo, 1966

Shimpei Asai

£265.00

  • ISBN: 9781905662463
  • Limited edition: 1615 copies
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Hello, Goodbye

The Limited Edition

Signed by: Shimpei Asai

Contributors: Allan Kozinn

Paper: Heavyweight 200gsm archival grade matt art paper

Box: Each copy comes in a slipcase printed with a traditional Japanese kimono pattern, and a logo type design inspired by the tickets from The Beatles 1966 shows.

Extras: A ribbon bookmark with a facsimile ticket is included.

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In 1966 The Beatles embarked on their last tour, playing concerts in 20 cities over the course of four months, beginning in London and ending in San Francisco. Millions of fans in England, Germany, Japan, the Philippines and America flocked to see the band.

HELLO, GOODBYE: THE BEATLES IN TOKYO, 1966 celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Beatles' visit to Japan on this tour. Taken by Japanese photographer Shimpei Asai, these pictures have never before been published outside Japan.

They intimately capture a fleeting moment, with all its controversy, Beatlemania and creativity, painting a poignant image of the band during their short but intense visit.

'This is a side of The Beatles - relaxed, comfortable and intrigued by a world that, for them, was new and exotic - that we don't often see. And thanks to Asai, we are virtually in the suite with them.' - Allan Kozinn (from his Introduction)

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  • Published Nov 2016
  • Page size: 250mm x 320mm
  • 224 pages
  • 5000 words
  • 185 images

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