We are twins.
Fortunately, both of us make our first publications at the age of 27.
My twin sister is working in a small museum in my home town. It was last October that the first catalogue of her museum published. She wrote almost all of the book except the “greeting”.
In spite of its name is the same with a famous-horribly-oily-ramen-chain-restaurant from Kyoto, and people from Kyoto always giggle with it, the book is polished like the museum itself.
They have some master peices from modern (mainly from Meiji to the beginning of Showa) Japanese art. Like this one, my favorite by Ryusei Kishida named “village girl”.
Incidentally, you can buy a copy of the catalogue at the museum or their main restaurant. In case if you don’t feel comfortable driving in the heavy snow region, nor eating 10,000 yen (or more) lunch in Ginza, fax or a registered mail may be available.
And,,, it’s my turn now…
My paper is going to be published this May from Springer. (It’s totally serious.)