Tokyo: heuristic and artbeat publishers, 2011. softcover.
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Budapest: Innen, 2013. softcover numbered 100 copies.
Tokyo: Daini Shobo, 1972. hardcover in slipcase. Masaru Nishina (editor). Extraordinary collection of gay nudes published by Daini Shobo who published Japan's oldest and longest running gay magazine, Barazoku, started a year earlier in 1971. Printed with two colored boards - red and black.
Tokyo: Korinsha, 1998. Hardcover. Part of the series of six books on Japanese master photographers.
Tokyo: Sokyu sha, 1997. hardcover.
Tokyo: (Self), 2010. Softcover 30 copies.
Tokyo: Akaaka sha, 2009. hardcover.
Tokyo: Taka Ishii Gallery, 2008. hardcover numbered 500 copies. Handsome catalogue produced by Moriyama's gallery Taka Ishii in 2008. The title is a nod to both Moriyama’s seminal 1972 book Bye Bye Photography Dear and the secession of Polaroid manufacturing instant film.
Tokyo: Sohkyu-sha, 1993. hardcover in slipcase 600 copies. Daido's first color book published in 1993 by Sohkyu-sha (same publisher as Fukase's Ravens) is an extraordiary departure. A perfectly edited book making a great set together with Color 2 produced in the same style and trim size six years later.
Tokyo: Sohkyu-sha, 1999. hardcover in slipcase 600 copies.
London: Guiding Light, 2004. unbound 900 copies. 100 pages, 82 b&w, 15.5 x 11.5 inches. Catalogue of some of Moriyama's best known photographs from the 1960s, 70s and 80s produced for an exhibition at Shine Gallery in London. A scarce title and unique publication. Unbound broadsheet in resealable gray tanslucent bag with card support.
Tokyo: Tokyo Haga Books, 1972. softcover in slipcase First edition. Moriyama's fourth monograph. Beautifully designed erotic masterpiece.
Tokyo: Kodansha, 2010. Soft Cover First Edition.
Tucson: Nazraeli Press, 1998. hardcover First edition. 1,000 copies.
Tokyo: Naneko Art Gallery, 1995. softcover. Orig publication of Waste later reprinted by Nazraeli.
Tokyo: Mado sha, 2007. softcover.
New York: Aperture, 2009. hardcover. Tatsumi Hijikata (performance).
Portland: Nazraeli, 2006. hardcover numbered Limited Edition. 500 copies.
Portland: Nazraeli Press, 2008. In IPY, Anrakuji represents herself as an alchemist of images and a catalyst for daydreams and desires. The vignettes of her self-portraits blur the boundaries between documentary and staged photography.
Tokyo: Seigen sha, 2012. softcover.
Tokyo: Foil, 2013. softcover.
Tokyo: Gallery Niepce, 2002. softcover.
Tokyo: Photo-Planete, 1992. softcover.
Tokyo: Mole, 1995. Hardcover.
Tokyo: Ao Gallary, 1977. softcover.