Author of pictures and words.
Hiromi Ogata loves the time between night and morning, evening and night. She loves chickens, fuki-noto (butterbur sprouts) and roses.
She was born at the foot by the Mt. Fuji and later lived in Brasil with her family for two years.
Back in Japan she grew up near Mt. Yatsugatake.
Her first exhibition of paintings was held in the old Sake factory in Matsumoto with her younger brother.
She has exhibited her work in Tokyo, Prague, Yamanashi and České Budějovice, among other places.
She currently organizes “KUKAI” (meetings with Haiku) & “PUPALKA” (which means oenothera tetraptera in Czech) with her Czech husband.
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