Bikes of Japan by Jacqueline Hadel

Bikes of Japan  by Jacqueline Hadel
Me hiding behind Bikes of Japan by Jacqueline Hadel

Bikes of Japan is the third book by my friend the photographer and blogger Jaqueline Hadel from TOKIDOKI. Her blog is a documentation of life in the different countries she travels through. Not only is it a “Street Art” lovers paradise, you also get to experience the “everyday” activities of strange cultures and interesting people.

Bikes of Japan  by Jacqueline Hadel
Bianca takes some time off to relax with Bikes of Japan by Jacqueline Hadel

Jacqueline has been working and travelling through Japan for a while now and Bikes Of Japan is a compilation of all the beautiful bicycle related photos she has taken in Japan. It gives a glimpse of what life in Japan is like and how the ordinary can become the extraordinary in the eye of the traveler.

Bikes of Japan  by Jacqueline Hadel
Nicole picked her favourite pgotos in Bikes of Japan by Jacqueline Hadel

As Japan is a bit dry in the area of street art, her first love she decided to start capturing general street images and after a while noticed that bikes tended to feature very prominantly in her photos.

Bikes of Japan  by Jacqueline Hadel
Milette didnt want to give the book back…….

I shared the book at work and everyone in the office wanted a look and some even wanted to keep it.

It is definitely true that as you page through the book that there is something artistic and beautiful about the bikes of Japan.

Bikes of Japan by Jacqueline Hadel
Bikes of Japan by Jacqueline Hadel

This photo book is filled with stunning photos, most of which are not on her amazing blog so you will have to order your own to get a look.

Among the bicycle art you will find some interesting tidbits and famous quotes regarding the uniqueness and significance of bicycles.

You can buy your copy on Amazon.com NOW, it is a great presant.

Bikes of Japan  by Jacqueline Hadel
Bikes of Japan on a South African Bike
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