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Honami Enya

番頭/イラストレーター in Tokyo

From the Architecture to Public Baths

PRESENTED ON MAY 28, 2019
IN TOKYO @ VOL 164

Honami Enya is an illustrator from Koenji, Tokyo who also works at a sento, a Japanese-style bath. Although she was originally working at an architectural firm, she decided to make a major life change to where she is now, working at the sento and working on illustration. Honami will share about what is so appealing to her about sentos and why she decided to work at one.

高円寺の銭湯・小杉湯の番頭兼イラストレーターの塩谷歩波。建築家を志し、設計事務所で働いていた彼女が、なぜ銭湯に転職しイラストレーターに転向したのか。その思いと銭湯の魅力について語ります。

 

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