I consider it poor not to have something that you go toward.

Michiko Kitamura



The stylist who tackles creating film costumes says that you are poor when you do not have much money, but you are poorer if you are "always waiting for instructions" without knowing what to do. When you are in such a state of vacancy, for example, if you hear music and you notice that "you have something that touches you like this,"  the music supports you. "Being able to do anything shallowly" does not denote that you are rich. From "Costume Art" (new edition version).


"February 20  2019

from “Oriori no Kotoba” by Kiyokazu Washida, The Asahi Shimbun"