I Don’t Camouflage flew to Japan and took a 7-hour train ride from Tokyo to Tokushima, Japan, to visit BUAISOU, one hot summer day. Check out the 1 minute video recap, showing the busy day of indigo farmers at BUAISOU. The video features “hands” as hands play a major role in dying. The dyers use bare hands to check the consistency of indigo, thus their hands are often blue, “Japan Blue.”

Shot, directed and edited by:
Aiko Tanaka of I Don’t Camouflage

Music by:
Optiks and Seandammit “Last Days”

BUAISOU: http://www.buaisou-i.com

I Don’t Camouflage is a movement highlighting the lives of those who dare to stand out through patterns and migrations.



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