Alleys of Japan in 1950's

Illustrations for a monthly essay series titled Alleys of Japan in 1950's by Asato Izumi.
Client: hitoiki magazine
These special chickens are free-range chickens called Hinai jidori. In this farm, there is Bach's music being played all the time because the owner of the farm believes that letting the chickens listened to the music makes their meat taste better.

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