Flora japonica is a photo-novel digitally published as an horizontal fresco, like the illustrated handscrolls (emakimono) that are considered as the ancestors of manga. It features the members of the BEJ, a Tokyo-based old-school research center specialized in plant photography. The characters, performed by the director of Bureau d'Etudes Japonaises, seem to have more passion for photography than for the plants they photograph. Will their output be up to their ambitions?
Find the answer in AKIBARE, first episode of Flora japonica.
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